Director: Sally Ingleton
Known as the unofficial curator of Australian architecture, John Gollings is a wizard who can turn a building into an award-winning piece of art. Combining his two loves, architecture and photography, this man has conceived the most memorable of architectural images - whether detailing the modern metropolis of Melbourne, or the rapidly changing topography of Asia.
This documentary offers a peek through the personal lens of Gollings, and takes a walk along the razor's edge of architecture in ancient cities like Cambodia's Angkor and India's Hampi.
Under the genocidal regime of Pol Pot over ninety percent of Cambodia's artists were killed, including most of the classical dancers of the Royal Court Ballet. Only one in ten survived. The Tenth Dan… More »
Sally Ingleton's documentary charts the fortunes of best friends Sun Jian and Guo Pei, as they prepare to stage their first designer collection in Shanghai's annual Fashion Week. ... Their … More »
Painting Country follows a journey by ten of Australia's most famous indigenous artists, from their community of Balgo in remote North West Australia back to their traditional country. The Balgo arti… More »