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  • To mark the centenary of the Great War 1914-18, this epic 4 part series tells the story of Australia and the First World War as revealed through the lives of six Australians.  
  • An exciting, and often surprising account of the WWII campaigns in North Africa – the famous siege of Tobruk and the battle of El Alamein - with interviews from surviving Desert Rats.

    Also available for streaming on the Electric Pictures' Vimeo On Demand Channel
  • Scientists discover prehistoric bones in a remote cave in China unlike any others found before - are these Red Deer Cave remains a new human species?
  • The personal story of Audrey, who in her early 20s escapes her suburban life and becomes a sheepherder for a summer season in the French Alps.
  • Boomtown

    $49.95
    In the city of Perth - the leader of Australia's two-speed economy - we enter the surprisingly diverse world of seven self made millionaires to discover the secret of their success.
  • Murdoch

    $34.95
    From friends, rivals and the odd Prime Minister – the life and times of the most controversial media magnate is revealed, starting with a single newspaper in Australia.

    Not available for sale outside of Australia.

  • Full of amusing anecdotes and fascinating insights, we see how changing the way Aussie wine was made, and marketed, transformed it from ridicule - ‘not for drinking but for laying down and avoiding’ - into an extraordinary international success story!
  • In the Kimberley region of Western Australia 1894, Jandamarra led a rebellion against invading pastoralists in defence of his people’s ancient land and culture. Until his death in brutal retribution, this formidable Bunuba warrior waged a 3-year guerilla war, earning him both the admiration of his people and international notoriety. Also available for streaming on our Vimeo On Demand Channel.
  • The story of Modern Europe told through the glitz and sparkle of our favourite singing competition - the Eurovision Song Contest.
  • In 1954 a young Queen Elizabeth captured the heart of a nation and since then, despite some rocky moments, the romance has endured for many Australians.
  • We live in a world of ‘black’ and ‘white’.  For hundreds of years, human skin colour has been used as a marker of race.Now, science is uncovering the intricate relationship between skin colour and environment to reveal its crucial role in survival and reproduction. In the USA and Canada, only available for sale to Educational Institutions
  • Stories from survivors of the horrific terrorist attacks that took place in Mumbai November 2008 when highly trained gunmen rampaged through the city leaving a trail of dead behind them.

    Also available for streaming on the Electric Pictures' Vimeo On Demand Channel
  • Biting and punchy, this is THE series for anyone who wants to know how the  global financial crisis of late 2008 came about, what it all means for us now, and what we can do to create a sustainable economy.

  • An underwater road movie where we get up close and personal with the crew of HMAS Rankin - the newest of Australia's controversial Collins Class Submarines.
  • A deliciously compelling look under the lei, and why the Hula Girl is one of the most potent and sexually alluring images in popular culture today.
  • This is a realm where science sometimes succeeds, sometimes fails... and real people depend on the outcome. From the bench-top to the bedside, this is the human face of science struggling to save children teetering at the edge of life and death.  
  • Ten indigenous artists from outback Australia journey to their traditional country, tracing the origins of the Dreamtime stories which inspire their work. Also available for streaming on the Electric Pictures' Vimeo On Demand Channel
  • The impact of the 1997 Asian financial crisis on the everyday lives of individuals and families in Indonesia, Vietnam and Hong Kong.
  • The Human Race is a compelling adventure documentary where three men from different continents battle with Nature and race each other across the desert of the Kimberley Region.
  • Indonesian sea gypsies struggle to continue their traditional customs and fishing in Australian waters.

  • A fun and quirky music documentary featuring Kavisha Mazzella and the larger-than-life characters of the Fremantle Women's Choir, The Joys of the Women, who win fans wherever they go.