Guest writer Sara Khan reflects on how actor Deborah Mailman helped shape and influence her own body of work as a young First Nations creative.
Mae (Trisha Morton-Thomas) is wearing her mother’s wedding dress. Nona (Deborah Mailman) wants to bottle the ashes so they can take them to the island to scatter.
In this scene from Radiance (1998), Nona (Deborah Mailman) plays a recording of her famous opera-singer sister Cressy (Rachael Maza) singing 'Un bel dì, vedremo' from Puccini's Madama
Halal Gurls offers a candid look into the lives of three 20-something Hijabis living in Bankstown, Sydney as they endure the unseen everyday culture clash between their faith and desire.
Tensions emerge between housemates Daisuke (Toshiyuki Chiba) and Hana (Mikiko Ooka) as he prepares to leave Australia.
Cate Shortland brings her distinctive visual sensibility and mood-oriented storytelling to a tale of cross-cultural experience, departure and unrequited love.
The Aussie barbecue is a timeless ritual that is ingrained in our culture.
From national surf carnivals and cultural events to family holidays by the sea, Australians love spending time at the beach.
This summer, we're celebrating a great national tradition – the Aussie barbecue.
This film looks at some of the ways in which Australians typically spend their weekend leisure time in the 1960s.