Dear Me - Malinda Rutter

‘Dear Me’ is a compelling documentary about Andrew Chan, one of the Bali 9 who was executed. Andrew tells us from death row in Kerobokan Prison Bali about the dangers of drugs. The documentary is based around a six page letter he wrote to his 15 year old self. 

Chasing the White Air - Malinda Rutter

Blue and white at 1,000 frames a second, this film captures the emotion and adrenaline of the two seconds in the air these extreme athletes seek. This feel-good 42 minute documentary truly takes the viewer to another world in a country famous for its beaches. Australia's Mt Kosciusko has a thriving snow culture largely unknown to Northern Hemisphere snow lovers.  Meet the international competitors at the One Hit Wonder and Mile High extreme ski and snowboard jump comps, "Down Under". Watch them sail off 92 feet of jump, the biggest ever built in the Southern Hemisphere as they travel at over 100 miles per hour to display their aerobatics.

Teen Drinking- Malinda Rutter

Long-Form documentary, commissioned by NSW Police.

Bush Survival - Jamie Robertson

Internationally renowned Indigenous musician, actor and presenter David Hudson takes two modern city-raised women to his family’s homeland at Jowalbinna on Cape York Peninsula. His relatives teach them about bush tucker, bush medicine and traditional Aboriginal trapping and hunting techniques.  Luckily this location has all the means to survive if you know where to look. They got hot, they got lost and they got frustrated but did they remember enough to survive in the bush?

WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that the following program may contain images and voices of deceased persons.

Jimmy's Kitchen - Jamie Robertson

Long before Jamie Oliver thought about setting up his kitchen to help disadvantaged children, an extraordinary and humble man had already done so in Vietnam. This documentary tells the story of Jimmy Pham, a Vietnamese-Australian who decided to do something to help the street kids of Hanoi.  KOTO (Know One Teach One) is a restaurant and training school that provides working opportunities to street kids.