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Katrina Lucas

Katrina Lucas has worked with diverse communities and individuals to produce and direct documentary films. Her work has screened on both big and small screens around the world, including SBS, ABC, NITV, Al Jazeera English, The Adelaide Film Festival and The Enable Film Festival at the UN Headquarters in New York. She recently completely an online documentary series for ABC iview about an all-girl pop group with disabilities.

Filmography

DARK TO LIGHT »

Burma’s eye surgeons are few and far between, but they are faced with the highest rate of recorded cataract blindness worldwide...

LOVE-HEART BABY »

Five years ago filmmaker Shalom Almond found out she had inherited an eye disease from her mum Brenda called Retinitis Pigmentosa or RP, which leads to adult blindness...

BUDDHA'S FORGOTTEN NUNS, THE »

This documentary tells the story of women fighting to gain their place as female monks, or Bhikkhunis, in male dominated Buddhist traditions around the world...

MY LONG NECK »

Maja lives in a human zoo in Thailand, constantly being photographed by tourists for her “long neck”. This is the story of her fight to reclaim her identity and culture...

AGONY OF ECSTASY, THE »

While ecstasy may have positive connotations - we call it the love drug, hug drug, happy pill, eccy, essence, candy and disco biscuits – its effects can be deeply disturbing...

STILL POINT, THE - Photography of Robert McFarlane »

The Still Point explores the life’s work of one of Australia's most respected and pioneering documentary photographers...

ROBERT McFARLANE »

See THE STILL POINT - PHOTOGRAPHY OF ROBERT McFARLANE: https://www.roninfilms.com.au/video/858/0/15658.html ----------------------------------------------------- ABOUT ROBERT McFARLANE Robert McFarlane was born in Adelaide in 1942 and has been a documentary photographer for more than four decades, specialising in social issues and documenting performance in film and theatre, mostly within Australia...