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Reluctant Saviour: Australia’s Secret War on East Timor is the real story of East Timor and the involvement of the Australian Government.
It covers the beginning of Australia’s relationship with the small nation, through the Portuguese withdrawal and Indonesian invasion, the 25 years of genocide followed by the vote for Independence in August 1999. It is here in our story that a critical 48 hours in the UN compound, while surrounded by Indonesian Militia, made all the difference for the Timorese and changed the course of history.
Come to the cinema and watch FOUR Antidote Films titles at the Brisbane International Film Festival
Watch Love Opera Online. It couldn’t be easier to rent this great film at home.
Filmed over 20 years, Meet the Wallers is a real-life story that offers personal reflection as well as the delights of a truly authentic experience.
The Boys Who Said NO! captures for the first time the passion, fear and hope of a generation of nonviolent warriors who broke the law to stand for peace. It has been called a playbook for today’s BLM and other resistance movements.
A Moment in the Sun follows the story of a four-seat, solarpowered
tandem bicycle that was built at the University of
Queensland, Australia in the early 1980s.
Step inside the Lisa Gasteen Opera School and meet the next generation of Opera Stars. All the drama of reality TV, and the heady climax of performance. Discover the competition behind the stage and in the rehearsal rooms.
The most anticipated cinema release for 2020 has to be Christopher Nolan’s TENET. Even Tom Cruise posted 34 seconds on social media of his cinema experience.
Dosed Movie follows the real and raw journey of Adrianne -an opioid addict of 20 years, as she takes an alternative path with psychedelic plant medicine to finally overcome addiction, depression, anxiety, ptsd, and suicidal tendencies. Her journey is not without failure, yet ultimately triumphant.
The Morning Show – Apple + (warning some spoilers)
It’s Sunday. It’s steamy and hopefully going to finally rain. The washing is on the line, waiting in earnest. I don’t want to do anything but find something to watch.