More Videos by Galloping Films
In 2004, Richard Moir underwent an operation for Parkinson's Disease. Called Deep Brain Stimulation, electrodes are placed in the brain that 'zap' bad signals. This film gives an insight into the daily life of a patient with Parkinson's.
Australia is the world's fourth largest exporter of wine. WineLine is the story of the Hamilton family, the oldest wine family in Australia, dating back to 1837. It covers six generations of winemakers and their contribution to the success.
With a blend of 'reality Mad Max' and the seamy underbelly of suburbia, Hoon Capital is a definitive study of Hoons in Australia. Featuring Bathurst Veterans, Butchers and Boganologists, it changes the way we look at doughies and fluffy dice forever.
With recent attention on global warming, there's been a big focus on the problem, but what about the solutions? The Future Makers tells the story of key Australians leading the way on the world stage in renewable energy.
Illiterate women from villages around the world with no electricity attend a course to learn how to make solar panels in India. They don't speak English but they are determined to learn the new technology... and bring the sun home.
Join Troy Gray and a dozen travellers as they embark on the adventure of a lifetime in one of the world's last unspoiled wildernesses, Kangaroo Island. Deep sea fishing, swimming with dolphins, adventure caving, quad biking and more... it has it all!
During the dark era of Argentine dictatorship, the ruling military imprisoned pregnant women, and stole their babies. 35 years later, a symbolic trial begins in Buenos Aires, the result of a relentless struggle by campaigners.
Submerge the senses into worlds beyond imagination in this visual extravaganza. Encounter graceful manta rays, inquisitive turtles, awe inspiring sharks and become one with the underwater world.
A Cinema Verite look at Australia's obsession with speed, joyriding and car theft, and its implications for three young men's lives, providing a deeper understanding to their motivations and subculture.
Sail along the east coast of Australia with a passionate crew of whale enthusiasts, as the whales adopt their boat, The Goodewind, as a welcome companion whilst they migrate north to the Great Barrier Reef.
Are dangerous substances in our food supply and the over consumption of certain food substances killing us? Is our diet one of the main underlying causes of most life threatening and disabling diseases in western society today?
Bees are under-appreciated workers who pollinate 80% of our flowering crops which constitute 1/3 of everything we eat, so if they disappear, it could mean disaster for our diet. So what can be done to help and preserve bee populations?
They are part of a great tradition that echoes across the past 100 years, from Darwin to Devonport and Bondi to Bunbury. Surf lifesavers are ordinary people doing an extraordinary job, of your own free will. This is their story.
This program takes a 'no holds barred' look at the lives of the disabled. It covers new ground as the sex lives of disabled people has rarely been explored by the media, giving an informative, revealing and often controversial insight.
Australia's Tasmania is one of the most pristine places on Earth yet its rain forests are under constant attack. This film hears that it's a sad reflection on the greed, the corruption and the destruction of Tasmania's beautiful wilderness.