'Cambodia's Daughters' is a short documentary exploring the complex and virtually inescapable word of sex slavery in Cambodia. Completed in 2016 the film travels into the back streets and brothels of Phnom Penh to offer a glimpse into the forces at play in a country whose brutal history under the Pol Pot regime has shaped the sex industry into one of the most violent in existence today. Underpinned by the voices of sex workers and those who are dedicated to helping them 'Cambodia's Daughters' is both a cry for change and a message of hope from those who have been given a chance to escape the industry.
Living On Landfill - Life on a Thai rubbish dump
Timor-Leste - A Re-building Project
Archie Roach - Surviving Lung Cancer
In this short film Archie shares the twists and turns, strengths and challenges of his journey surviving lung cancer. His gentle wisdom was so compelling as he shared his many fears, days of frustration during his rehabilitation and his new way of understanding and celebrating his life.
Apna Ghar (Our Home) - India's Railway Children
Borderville- Celebrating 35 years of Flying Fruit Fly Circus
Homefront Stories - Memories of Wodonga during WW1
Creating a New Normal- Life after the Black Saturday bushfires
Merle's Story - Surviving Lung Cancer
Beginning the Journey - Introduction to radiation & chemotherapy treatment
Charcoal Night - Re-imagining the Night Sky
Torn Apart - Rebuilding Lives after Family Separation
Emporium - The rise of the Department Store
"Emporium - The Rise of the Department Store" explores the timeless glamour of Albury's iconic SM Abikhair's department store. The Albury LibraryMuseum exhibition brings to life the emergence of department stores in response to a rise in consumer wealth, the evolution of shopping as a pass time and the changing role of women from homemaker to shopper and glamorous housewife.