A story about a group of Australian geologists and web developers who won global attention through their groundwater data visualising system and the collaborative approach they adopted.
This short documentary explores the history of the Ballarat National Theatre through the eyes of past and present members and asks why community theatre is relevant today.
The challenges, risks and benefits of taking a collaborative approach to community service delivery are told in two films about the innovative delivered meals facility Community Chef.
This short film tells the little-known story of Leslie ‘Bull’ Allen, brought up in hardship in Ballarat in regional Victoria, to become a courageous, complex war hero.
In 2010 the rural towns of Clunes and Creswick were inundated by powerful floods, three times. This short film tells a moving story of individual resilience in the wake of disaster.
How can we adapt to climate change in Australia? This 25 minute film looks to migrant communities in Melbourne’s west, who are living lives of practical sustainability.
How should we measure wellbeing as individuals, as communities, and as a nation? The ANDI initiative urges us to start talking about the true meaning of progress.
Did you know that Charles Dickens was a famous performer of his own work, and that he toured the world, keeping audiences spellbound as he acted each character on the stage single-handed?
Born in Victoria in the Great Depression, David Scott was integral to the cause of East Timor in the 1970s and was a pioneer in social justice, welfare and the environment.
What’s it like studying at the far ends of the Earth? This film follows students of the Bachelor of Arts International Studies as they talk about their internship.
This short film showcased a beautiful, original dance production which brought professional choreographers together with abled and disabled dance students in a series of improvised workshops.