In My Blood It Runs, screening on the ABC this Sunday, is an enlightening documentary film about Dujuan, a 10-year-old Arrernte boy struggling in the school system but revered as a healer in his Indigenous community.
There are numerous films about the French Resistance in World War II but this one is unique in that its hero is Marcel Marceau, the man who was to become the greatest mime artist of the 20th century.
Dimanche is an extraordinarily beautiful and wordless exploration of family, friendship and catastrophe through the media of puppetry, film, acting and sound.
Are you prepared to feed a life-size dinosaur or have your head placed inside a T-Rex’s mouth? ★★★ ½
French-Algerian choreographer Hervé Koubi’s What the Day Owes to the Night is an exhilarating, explosive performance by 12 men who dance, leap and lift like Olympic athletes.
Eloquently narrated by writer Stan Grant and featuring AFL star Adam Goodes revealing his story in his own words, The Australian Dream is a brilliant exploration of racism in this country.