• Money Art

    Directed by Massimo Brega

    Produced by Sara Resnati

    Money and art: two worlds seemingly far apart but actually closely intertwined

    Released July 10, 2018

  • Rescue in the Philippines

    Directed by Russell Hodge

    Produced by Cynthia Scott-Johnson

    The previously untold story of the remarkable rescue of nearly 1,300 Jews

    "An unexpected addition to Holocaust studies, excellent for World War II history and ethics studies." - School Library Journal

    Released May 1, 2018

  • Scotch

    Directed by Don Coutts

    Produced by Don Coutts

    The Story of Whisky

    Scotch: The Drink That Knows No Borders

    "Even if you’ve never sipped a good Scotch whiskey, you will find this in-depth look at a multibillion-dollar industry most informative." - Booklist

    Released April 10, 2018

  • Titanic's Tragic Twin

    Directed by Penny Bartlett

    Produced by Penny Bartlett

    The Britannic Disaster

    What happened to the Titanic's twin sister, the Britannic?

    "Fans of historical disasters will be drawn into this dramatic account." - Booklist

    Released March 6, 2018

  • Fidel Castro

    Directed by Al Caudullo

    Produced by Al Caudullo

    An Unauthorised Biography

    Few figures evoke polarizing emotions like Fidel Castro.

    Released February 13, 2018

  • A Very Short War

    "One death is a tragedy. One thousand deaths is a statistic." - Joseph Stalin

    "The script, narration, and direction of this title appear to be a family affair." - School Library Journal

    Released June 27, 2017

  • Building Australia

    Explore the colorful, hidden history of Australia's most iconic houses.

    Released June 6, 2017

  • First Footprints

    Australia's ancient past is brought to life in this landmark four-part series.

    Starred Review. "An excellent addition to high school collections, and a great resource for world history, anthropology, and geography classes." - School Library Journal

    Released June 6, 2017

  • The Boomer Revolution

    Baby boomers turned on, tuned in and dropped out - revolutionizing what it means to get old.

    "Boomers will certainly enjoy this tribute, while their children and grandchildren may learn more about where our next generation of seniors came from, and where they are headed." - Video Librarian

    Released April 11, 2017

  • Blown Away

    Cyclone Tracy: the storm that stole Christmas and devastated Darwin, as told by those who lived it.

    Released March 21, 2017

  • Eavesdropping on Souls

    A Journey Into Haitian Arts

    Enjoy painting, sculpture and songs from Haitian artists and those of Haitian descent.

    Released January 10, 2017

  • The Dalfram Dispute

    Pig Iron Bob

    Australian dockwords refused to load pig iron destined for WWII embattled Japan.

    Released December 20, 2016

  • Lords of Soaptown

    The True Story of Freestyle Walking

    "An entertaining look at 1990s pop culture..." - School Library Journal

    Released December 6, 2016

  • Galahad

    The complete story of the events that led up to the attack on June 8th 1982.

    Released November 22, 2016

  • 88

    An Aboriginal protest instigates mass public debate about the concept of Australian history.

    Released October 4, 2016

  • Chosen People

    Ten families, randomly picked to document humanity in the wake of war, are followed 50 years later.

    Released September 27, 2016

  • Against the Tide

    A human catastrophe is unfolding in the Mediterranean…

    "Along the way, viewers learn about the heartbreaking realities—including desperation and death—of people in search of a better life. Recommended." - Video Librarian

    Released September 20, 2016

  • Swift Water Place

    Directed by Brice Habeger

    Who survived?

    “A decent choice for communities with an interest in Alaska or Native cultures…” - School Library Journal

    Released December 8, 2015