Skip to main content

Winning

Australia, 1980 (MIFF 1981, Australian Social Documentaries)

Director: David Morgan

Winning is about two mentally handicapped people who decide to get married Each small step we would take in solving our problems and coping with life is a major step for them Life is no bed of roses and while whether they "make it" together is important to them, what is more important is that they are trying to make a life for themselves outside the world of the institution.

See also...

Theorem - A Dream of Change

A documentary record of controversial Aldo Gennaro and his unique concept of integration for people who are ... disabled— physically, intellectually or socially. ‚ÄĚTheorem"culminated in a ... More »

Harvest

A documentary about a dairy farm intended to explode some of the myths about the pace and texture of country life. In particular the haymaking season is a period of frantic energy when the farmer ... More »

Dust to Dust

Dust to Dust tells the story of a small town in northern NSW and the effects of asbestos mining there. The people estimate that three-quarters of the workers have died or are sick from exposure to ... More »

Waterloo

This film is about the history and politics of urban renewal in Australia Specifically, it is about the people of the inner-Sydney suburb of Waterloo and their nine-year battle to prevent theirsuburb ... More »

The Quick Brown Fox

Another in the series sponsored by the Australian Film and Television School of films by Australian Theatre Directors. Malcolm Robertson demonstrates a sense of deft touch in his story of the ... More »

Gary's Story

" 'Gary's Story' is about transition: from lust to compassion, compassion to escape, and escape to Sydney. Truth plays a very small part." (Richard Michalak) ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director