Deep beneath the complex world of organ and tissue transplantation are the heart-wrenching stories of real people awaiting life-saving organs in Australia. Why must they wait for so long?  Are changes in policy required – or shifts in perception? Or is it as simple as signing up and having the conversation with loved ones? Why do we avoid the topic of death? What does it take to support a family member running out of time as they await the generosity of strangers?  How difficult is it to offer the death of a family member as a chance at life for others?  And how much love and understanding does it take to make the compassionate decision to become a physical philanthropist?

Distributed by Demand, Madman and Sideways Films


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FRACKMAN, a feature length documentary for cinema, tells the story of accidental activist Dayne Pratzky and his struggle against international gas companies. Australia will soon become the world’s biggest gas exporters, as more than 30,000 wells are sunk in the state of Queensland where Dayne lives with many requiring controversial ‘fracking’. He and his neighbours have unwittingly become the centre of a massive industrial landscape and they have little power to fight the wishes of the $200 billion industry. Dayne embarks on a journey that transforms him from conservative pig-shooter to sophisticated global activist as the Frackman. Five years in the making, he meets the people drawn into a battle that is crossing the ideological divide, bringing together a peculiar alliance of farmers, activists and political conservatives. Along the way, Dayne encounters  love, tragedy and triumph.

Distributed by Demand and Madman Films.


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An observational 56-minute documentary about how Australian ceramicist, John Fawcett, is devoting his life to reducing the enormous number of cataract blind people in Indonesia, after narrowly escaping his own death….twice. His biggest challenge however, is convincing a nation that blindness is not God’s punishment. Four years in the making, it reveals how John’s life-altering quest brings him into conflict with Hindu beliefs in Karma and black magic, resulting in profound personal transformations on both sides.

Compass Channel ABC TV, Documentary Channel NZ.

Distributed by Mercury Media UK

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On a farm , next to one of the most spectacular and most isolated reef systems in the world, 72 year old mum , Billie has farmed sheep on Ningaloo Station since the 1940’s and with daughter Jane, still does. 50 kilometres of prime coastal real estate. Sid an Aboriginal elder is Billie’s closest neighbour 100 kilometres away, over one of many sheep fences used to “keep those damn foxes out”. He has lived off turtles, “roo” and dugongs all his life. But that is potentially, all about to change as one of the biggest Tourist developments in the history of Western Australia , comes knocking at the doors of their ancient old homesteads.

France TV 5


Whalesharks are the biggest fish in the ocean but they remain an enigma. Despite their enormous size very little is known about their life cycle and migratory habits. Unless something is done to protect the Whaleshark it may soon become extinct. Despite a rise in eco-tourism this award winning documentary exposes the fact  that some cultures continue to dine on Whaleshark meat.

Discovery Channel International

Distributed by Granada

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GANJA QUEEN-Schapelle Corby (the hidden truth)

Ganja Queen is the harrowing story of Schapelle Corby, a young Australian woman who is accused of international drug trafficking after ten pounds of marijuana are found in one of her bags while on holiday in Bali. Proclaiming her innocence, she finds herself locked in a life-and-death courtroom battle. The film is a chilling reminder of the risks all travelers take when visiting countries with vastly different criminal justice systems and cultural mores.

Produced by Janine Hosking

Nominated for a Logie Award as Most Outstanding Documentary

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Imagine a world coloured by ice and fire, carved by hurricane force winds, weighted by glaciers, carpeted by wildlife perfectly adapted to freezing conditions and winters of perpetual darkness: a world essentially inhospitable to man, still largely unexplored. It is the White Continent… Antarctica.

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This program is the definitive look at Ningaloo: the largest and most pristine western fringing reef in the world.

Imagine sparkling turquoise water lapping against an ivory beach, bordered by a rust coloured desert in a remote region of Western Australia. Step off the shore and you see the reef, a sublime scene of plate and branching corals dotted with every type of tropical fish. Moray eels with pointy teeth poke out of crevices, clouds of pink and green parrot fish flit by and curious cuttlefish drift over hermit crabs and sea stars.

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