Director: David Bradbury
An account of current political unrest in Chile. 12 years after murder of Allende and installation of military dictatorship under General Pinochet. David Bradbury's most powerful film up to date, not because it is an in-depth expose of its subject or because it is a brilliantly conceived documentary but because it is about the struggle of the people of Chile.
“He said ‘I have been in jail for four years in the last decade, I am not going to go to jail for eight or 10 years for the simple crime of asking for food for the poor'. I found it quite inspiri… More »
A searing document of one man's determination to illuminate the ignored conflicts of Asia. ... This documentary from political filmmaker David Bradbury (Raul the Terrible) focuses on the startling wo… More »
"Frontline" is about Australian cameraman Neil Davis who survived the Vietnam War for eleven years. It combines his news footage, researched at length from various archives overseas, with interviews … More »
Wilfred Burohett is Australia's most controversial journalist. He has always been first on the spot, first with a good story, from Hiroshima to Hanoi. But his activities attracted the disfavor of the… More »
Visually stunning and simply told, Jabiluka is the chilling story of how the Mirrar people were pressured into allowing uranium mining at Jabiluka in Kakadu National Park. Telling first-hand accounts… More »