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Doco of the month: Ghosthunter

Wendy Williams, Thursday, 18th April 2019 -  The team behind the award-winning documentary Ghosthunter talk to Wendy Williams about the film’s impact and how a story about ghosts became an exploration of the impact of childhood

It’s time to change the narrative

Contributor, Tuesday, 9th April 2019 -  The Human Rights Arts and Film Festival (HRAFF) has announced its 2019 program of over 50 films and events. The festival will create a public counterbalance of positivity, empathy

Transitions Film Festival Presents Visions for a Better World

Contributor, Tuesday, 5th February 2019 -  The eighth annual Transitions Film Festival returns to Cinema Nova this February with another inspiring line-up of world-changing films. Showcasing local and international documentaries

Documentary Australia Foundation Celebrates Ten Years of Storytelling For Social Impact

Contributor, Thursday, 25th October 2018 -  As Documentary Australia Foundation celebrates its 10th anniversary, it wants to collaborate with the not-for-profit sector to help NFPs use storytelling to achieve their aims

The ‘Wall Streetification’ of Social Services?

Kyrn Stevens, Wednesday, 4th July 2018 -  Kyrn Stevens reviews the world’s first film on Social Impact Bonds. The “Wall Streetification” of public services is how David Macdonald, a senior economist with the Canadian Centre

Putting a Human Face on the Refugee Experience

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 13th June 2017 -  Filmed over 10 years in Wagga Wagga, Constance on the Edge is an unflinchingly honest portrayal of one refugee family’s resettlement story in regional Australia. The documentary,

Documenting a David-and-Goliath Battle

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 6th September 2016 -  The Opposition tells the story of a David-and-Goliath battle over land in Papua New Guinea, with community leader Joe Moses at the heart of the story in a fight to save a four-generation

Songs and Stories of Indigenous Incarceration

Ellie Cooper, Tuesday, 23rd August 2016 -  The over-representation and treatment of Indigenous Australians in the justice system is once again making headlines, but a documentary, Prison Songs, puts a human face to the experiences

Through the Eyes of a Boy

Wendy Williams, Thursday, 4th August 2016 -  Zach’s Ceremony is a deeply personal coming-of-age story about a boy caught between two worlds, the city versus the outback, black versus white, and the struggles between a father

The Hidden Lives of Carers

Ellie Cooper, Tuesday, 2nd August 2016 -  On Richard’s Side, the final installment in a trilogy of films charting the life of a man with a complex disability, provides a rare insight into the hidden lives of carers as Richard

New Social Impact Docos Chosen for the Silver Screen

Ellie Cooper, Tuesday, 26th July 2016 -  Six new high-impact documentaries, selected for their exploration of contentious social issues, will screen at Good Pitch Australia’s Sydney Opera House event in November. Since

Human Rights Arts & Film Festival

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 7th April 2016 -  The Human Rights Arts & Film Festival returns for its ninth year, showcasing inspiring human stories from around the world. From 5 May to 8 June, the festival will present a diverse
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