We support sustainability and protection for the Australian and
The Lake of Scars will promote the archaeological and historical
significance of a rare site in Victoria and seek to see the Lake recognised,
and saved, for both its environmental and cultural significance.
Fundraising Target: $30,000
In a corner of Victoria exists a link to an ancient culture,
unlike anywhere else in Australia.
While exploring the mysterious scarred trees, middens and stone
scatters left at one remarkable site, we meet the people who are working
against the clock - and the odds - to preserve what they can of the site. With
organic relics at its heart - hundred year old scarred and dying trees - the
film examines the preservation of culture and environment and hopes to bring respect
and admiration of Indigenous history into the foreground.
Kimberley Project seeks to ensure that the 150 remote communities
remaining in The Kimberley are not forced to close.
Fundraising Target: $70,000 to finish the film | $100,000 for the impact campaign
The world-famous Kimberley region is under threat, with mining
and big agriculture driving an unprecedented land grab.
Kimberley Project advocates for Indigenous rights in relation to land,
law and culture. It humanises a story currently overwhelmed by dollar signs and
social statistics, giving voice to the resilient people who live in these
The Seeds of Vandana Shiva will educate and inspire viewers
to make changes in their own lives for ecological, social and personal health.
The Seeds of Vandana Shiva tells the remarkable life story of the
controversial eco-activist Dr. Vandana Shiva, how she stood up to the corporate
Goliaths of industrial agriculture, rose to prominence in the sustainable food
movement, and inspired an international crusade for change.
The film focuses on the people,
circumstances and seminal events that shaped Vandana’s thinking and defined her
mission. As such the film provides illuminating insight into the mind of an
extraordinary change-maker who is also a powerful role model for anyone seeking
a more purposeful life.
If you are interested in making a contribution to support DAF’s work within this area please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org