Tag Archive for: documentaries

‘Ego: The Michael Gudinski Story’ – A Reel Dialogue Review

Whether you know the name Gudinski or not, it doesn’t take long to realise how he influenced generations through his talent discoveries.

‘Portrait of The Queen’: A Documentary for Devotees

Lovers of documentaries or photography will enjoy this latest QE2 film’s take on various photographs of Her Majesty.

Author Tim Winton Says New Docuseries is an “Act of Prayer to Creation”

‘Ningaloo Nyinggulu’ showcases the incredible Ningaloo Reef in WA, one of the last intact wild places left on Earth.

Mr Eternity’s Story Explored in ‘Written in Chalk: The Echo of Arthur Stace’

A new documentary revisits the story of Arthur Stace, the man behind the slogan, Eternity, immortalised in a Sydney New Year’s Eve fireworks.

Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie

This moving, optimistic biopic captures the emotions of a young star confronted with an incurable disease early in his life.

What’s Next for Hillsong Churchgoers? Marc Fennell Investigates in ‘The Kingdom’

Walkley winning journalist Marc Fennell hosts the SBS doco ‘The Kingdom’, about Hillsong’s changing place in the Christian landscape.

John Farnham: Finding The Voice – Movie Review

John Farnham’s documentary captures the story of an Aussie battler as he attempts to record the most successful album in Australian history.

‘My Mind & Me’: Selena Gomez Breaks Down Myth of Success

‘Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me’ is about a woman grappling with a past that’s defined her but that she’s since outgrown.

Chicken Salt on the Menu in New Documentary

The Brisbane production Salt of the Earth, has been confirmed to have its world premiere at the Adelaide Film Festival in October.

Mr Eternity’s Story Explored in ‘Written in Chalk: The Echo of Arthur Stace’

Eternity is a word that was seen for 35 years written on Sydney’s streets in chalk by a man named Arthur Stace.

‘Sesame Street’ Doco Reveals the Power to Educate Children via TV

Creator of ‘Sesame Street’ Joan Cooney’s theory was that if “kids adored TV” as much as they did then why not see if it could be an educator?

‘Hercules’ Actor Kevin Sorbo Joins Professor John Lennox on Faith Exploration

This new documentary is bringing John Lennox and ‘Hercules’ actor Kevin Sorbo face to face, to take the faith conversation one step further.

David Attenborough Calls His New Documentary His ‘Witness Statement’ To The World

‘A Life on Our Planet’ is a beautifully shot open-letter to humanity, asking us to consider the implications of our choices.

‘Unstoppable’: The ‘Soul Surfer’ Bethany Hamilton’s New Documentary

Her story was turned into the 2011 film Soul Surfer, and now she’s telling it in her own way with her new documentary Unstoppable.

The Struggle (to Live Sustainably) is Real, in ‘The Biggest Little Farm’

In the new documentary, The Biggest Little Farm, John Chester and his wife Molly take us into their journey of trying to make this utopia a reality.

I See You

New ACCTV documentary series I See You introduces Lyn Wake, a passionate supporter and CBM ambassador as she travels to the remote parts of Nepal.

‘I Survived I Kissed Dating Goodbye’ – The Aussie Director Behind Joshua Harris’ Documentary

In the past few years as Joshua has revaluated his position, Australian filmmaker Jessica Van Der Wyngaard has been making a documentary on the process.