Australia / 2010 / Adele Wilkes / Donna McCrum & Andy Canny / Emma Crimmings / 3 x 30 mins
Following the success of the first series of Anatomy, the three new documentaries of the critically-acclaimed series continues to push the boundaries on art, sex and the body.
FACE portrays the human face at its most intimate - at the point of an orgasm. Focusing on the people involved in Beautiful Agony, an ever-expanding collaborative art project that collages self-portraiture video recordings of orgasm faces, it is an intimate trip through the concurrently universal and individual experience of sexual pleasure.
EYE follows the award-winning photographer Bindi Cole and her time with the 'Sistergirls' - a small group of indigenous men who have lived culturally as women within their community on the Tiwi Island. Cole attempts to subvert the stereotype of what constitutes an 'Aboriginal identity' and challenge perceptions surrounding Indigenous Australia, while playfully portraying a very different kind of indigenous world.
MIND is about Tom Cho, an Australian-Chinese writer, and his transformation from a woman to who he is today. Through a combination of stylised interviews, observational footage and dramatizations from Tomís book, MIND reveals the dramatic shifts in Tom's gender identity and explores ideas around gender, identity, race and the transformative power of self-expression.