We work with organisations large and small to produce videos to help gain support for their issues and causes.

Working with organisations like the Amnesty International, Oxfam, the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions, the Australian Human Rights Commission, and many smaller social justice NGOs and community organisation s is a deeply fulfilling area of our work. 

So much of this work is about hearing human stories and re-telling them on film. Take for instance our work with an Indigenous community on the NSW South Coast. Since the introduction of fishing licences in the 1970s, Indigenous people have been repeatedly arrested and given lengthy gaol sentences for catching seafood for their families. Our mini-documentaries, which profile elders and other community members, have been effective in conveying the purely human dimension of their lives to Fisheries NSW, government ministers and members, police and other authorities.

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