Sam Haberle has a big and bold vision - he hopes to eliminate world poverty before he dies.
In the last week of January 2016, Tasmania experienced floods and fires simultaneously. This wild weather came at the end of over a year of drought throughout most of the island. This is the story of a family from the midlands during that time. A father writes to his far-away young adult daughter, conveying the burdens of the year, and asking her to visit him.
Grace Williams is a Tasmanian filmmaker who is passionate about human rights issues. She talks here about navigating her sense of belonging as a Sierra Leonean and an Australian woman.
A true tale of soul searching, perseverance and levitation.
Tom was born and raised on the North West Coast of Tasmania. He reflects on his connection to that part of Tasmania and the whole island as someone who left and came back.
A sound meditation on connection to land.Spoken word by Jim Everett.
As a 25-year-old Bob Frost found himself in Israel setting up the first Hertz car rental operation in that part of the world. It was the late 1960s and just as he was setting up the business trouble struck, and there he was in the middle of the Six-Day War. Bob tells his story from his Franklin home in southern Tasmania.