Howls from the Underground: Persecution, Protest Music and Travis Beard’s RocKabul

Stirring Up Spectres: Ben Lawrence’s Ghosthunter and the Documentarian’s Duty of Care

Giving Time: Richard Todd’s Dying to Live and Organ Donation

Lives Adrift: Julian Burnside and Judy Rymer on Border Politics

Jumping Hurdles: Rehabilitation, Reconnection and Catherine Scott’s BackTrack Boys

For Richer or Poorer: Marriage, Market Economics and Olivia Martin-McGuire’s China Love

Power and the Personality: Ray Argall’s Midnight Oil: 1984

As Long as You Love Me: Jessica Leski’s I Used to Be Normal: A Boyband Fangirl Story

Obstructed Progress: Ai Weiwei’s Human Flow and the Global Refugee Crisis

Echoes of Tradition: Paul Williams’ Elegy for Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu

Creation in the Cutting Room: Jill Bilcock on the Art of Film Editing

Portrait of a Man Condemned: Matthew Sleeth’s Guilty

Colonial Inquest: Les McLaren and Annie Stiven’s Life Is a Very Strange Thing

Singing One’s Story: Keeping Custom and Country in Westwind: Djalu’s Legacy

‘Don’t Do It Again’: Hearing, Seeing and Deep Listening in After the Apology

Changing Tides: Karina Holden’s Blue, the Enviro-doc and Conservationism

High Price Tag: Art and Absolution in Have You Seen the Listers?

Too Far North: The Self-serving Cinema Vérité of Atlantis, Iceland

Living in America: Expression, Representation and Kate Hickey’s Roller Dreams

Songlines on Screen: Naina Sen’s The Song Keepers and Aboriginal Histories

A Story of Man and Country: Sera Davies’ Namatjira Project

Ghost House: Rewriting the ‘Haunted’ Narrative in Florian Habicht’s Spookers

Life Laid Bare: Sascha Ettinger Epstein’s The Pink House and the Sex Industry

Band Apart: Music, Memory and Kriv Stenders’ The Go-Betweens: Right Here

Untrustworthy Images, Disguised Fictions: Kitty Green’s Casting JonBenet

Forged by Fire: Food, Family and Culture in Matthew Salleh’s Barbecue

Darkness Calls: Robert Nugent’s Night Parrot Stories and Contemporary Documentary Making

Portrait of the Artist: Sue Clothier Discusses James Bogle’s Whiteley

PACmentality: Luke Walker on American Politics and Observational Documentary

Stranger in One’s Own Home: Rithy Panh’s Exile

Tragedy and Levity: Philippe Mora, Family History and Monsieur Mayonnaise

A Life in Chains: Servant or Slave and Aboriginal Subjugation

Dog Day, Every Day: Gillian Leahy’s Baxter and Me and the Essay Film

Haunted by Questions Unanswered: Rosie Jones’ The Family

Their Time in Memorial: Nickolas Bird and Eleanor Sharpe’s Remembering the Man

The Tyranny of the Unspoken: The Silences, Autoethnography and Mental Health

Culture, Interrupted: Molly Reynolds’ Another Country

Beautiful Women and No Mirrors: Gillian Armstrong’s Women He’s Undressed

Clarifying the Past: Joshua Oppenheimer’s The Look of Silence

Sweet Surrender: Damon Gameau’s That Sugar Film