Wendy lives with her new partner Gary. Vee, her teen daughter, disapproves of this relationship as Gary can be rough with her mother. One day, Vee takes things at hand when an argument between the two adults erupts. It all turns pear-shaped for Wendy and Vee when they make some wild discoveries at their family house as they deal with the aftermath of the quarrel.
Cultural leader, entrepreneur, impresario, entertainer, activist. Melbourne opera singer Tiriki Onus thought he knew his charismatic grandfather Bill, until an unearthed 70-year-old silent film suggests he might have been the first ever Aboriginal filmmaker. As Tiriki journeys across the continent and chases down myriad leads about his grandfather, a compelling untold story of activism, resistance and politically driven art-making unfolds. With all the intrigue of the best detective fiction.
Ming, a grieving Chinese mother, arrives in Australia to embark on a road trip with a young Caucasian man, Eric to remember her late son. But she soon discovers that Eric was in a romantic relationship with her son, which clashes with her conservative values.
When an astronaut ponders on the quietude of space, he comes upon a startling self-realisation.
The truth is written in the stars, but what will he uncover?
After a heart transplant a young woman finds herself connecting with a homeless man through her new found talent of classical piano.
Through-out a series of dramatic events and emotional performances the two worlds begin to merge as one.
wrongly or rightly we usually judge people by their looks
It has been scientifically proven that the Aboriginal Australian is the oldest continuous culture in the world. It has also been scientifically that Aboriginal bloodline when crossed with other nationalities dilutes within 2 to 4 generations causing Aboriginal Australian to be unrecognisable to the stereotype.