HERE OUT WEST – in cinemas February 3

Stories from eight talented Western Sydney writers intertwine through themes of family and place.
Nancy visits her daughter in hospital who has just given birth. Tagging along is her 8-year-old Lebanese neighbour, Amirah, who she is babysitting. It is a bittersweet meeting for Nancy, as her new grandchild is about to be taken away, her mother being deemed unfit by the authorities to keep her. In an act of desperation, Nancy makes the decision to steal the baby, fleeing from the hospital with Amirah by her side. Not long after their audacious escape, a pedestrian is involved in a hit and run. Three young men from the neighbourhood step in to help, unsure if he’ll survive the night. Across eight distinct yet interconnected stories, Nancy’s spontaneous flight sets off a chain of events that brings together complete strangers over the course of one dramatic day.
Captions and Audio Description produced by Access Media.
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Full Bloom is back for a 2nd season!

So pleased that we were asked to work on this fabulous series again this year where another ten of America’s most unique and talented florists battle it out for the title of Full Bloom Champion and take home the $100 000 prize.
Series two kicks off with the Blind Bouquet challenge followed by the Team Challenge where our florists go head-to-head to create opposing pieces of a giant chess board. Using a light or dark floral colour palate, the teams create an enchanting chess set, bursting with blooms and fit for a king!
Back again this season, setting the challenges and judging their fabulous creations are esteemed floral experts Elizabeth Cronin, Maurice Harris and Simon Lycett.
Produced by Eureka Productions for HBO Max,
Captions and Audio Description produced by Access Media.

ABLAZE premieres at 2021 Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF)

Melbourne opera singer Tiriki Onus sets out to uncover the mystery surrounding the life of his Indigenous grandfather William Bill Onus. As Tiriki journeys across the continent he pieces together Bill’s story. He unearths a fiery and charismatic civil rights leader, entrepreneur, theatre impresario and, probably, the first Indigenous filmmaker.
Through rare archival footage, state-of-the-art animation and eyewitness accounts, Ablaze tells a compelling and entertaining story of how Bill passionately sought to change the course of history unaware of the murky campaign to stop his rising national influence.
National cinema release planned for early 2022.
Captions and Audio Description produced by Access Media.

CENSUS 2021 videos in 7 languages

Access Media translated 4 videos into Arabic, Cantonese, Mandarin, Farsi, French, Korean and Vietnamese and provided both subtitles and language recordings in these 7 languages.
To view one of these language videos go to
We also created the Captions for the Deaf and hearing impaired and Descriptive Transcripts for the Blind and visually impaired.


MY NAME IS GULPILIL is available with Audio Description

In his final film, the great Australian actor David Gulpilil faces his own mortality: he is dying of lung cancer. He talks to a future audience about what it is to stare down death, and what it was to live a life such as he did, a dizzying mix of traditional Aboriginal ways and modern Western movies. And now he looks toward going home, to his own funeral.
My Name Is Gulpilil is directed by Molly Reynolds and produced by Rolf de Heer, Peter Djigirr, David Gulpilil and Molly Reynolds.
Audio Description produced by Access Media.

LITTLE TORNADOES – World Premiere screening at 2021 Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF)

Introverted Leo is a metalworker at his small town’s local plant. After his wife vanishes, leaving him to care for their two young children, he is bereft – barely able to cook a decent meal or keep the household running. So when a recently-arrived Italian colleague suggests that his sister, Maria, act as surrogate homemaker, Leo reluctantly accepts. But can one woman’s warm, nurturing presence fill the void left by another, and can Leo yield to the winds of change?
The film distils the many upheavals of 1970s Australia – from immigration and post-war resettlement, to urbanisation, anti–Vietnam War protests and the women’s liberation movement – into a narrative about one man’s struggle to adapt.
LITTLE TORNADOES is a portrait of a country at a turning point and the human desire for connection.
Captions and Audio Description produced by Access Media.

BLIND AMBITION – will be released in Australian theatres on the 3rd March

Having escaped starvation and tyranny in their homeland of Zimbabwe, four refugees have conquered the odds to become South Africa’s top sommeliers. Driven by relentless optimism, a passion for their craft and unshakeable national pride, they form Zimbabwe’s first ever wine tasting team and set their sights on the coveted title of ‘World Wine Tasting Champions’. From the moment they arrive in France to compete, this team of mavericks turns an establishment of privilege and tradition on its head. A truly uplifting documentary that celebrates just how irrepressible the human spirit can be.
Captions and Audio Description produced by Access Media.

JUNE AGAIN – releasing Australia wide on Mother’s Day

June Again is a heart-warming story about family matriarch June, and her journey to bring together her estranged children, save the family business and rekindle an old flame. It’s a beautiful film about family, and going after what’s important in life!
June Again can be enjoyed with Captions and Audio Description in accessible Australian Cinemas nationally from May 6.
Captions and Audio Description produced by Access Media.

2067 – a sci-fi action-thriller on Netflix in Australia Feb 18

By the year 2067, Earth has been ravaged by climate change and humanity is forced to live on artificial oxygen. An illness caused by the synthetic O2 is killing the worlds’ population and the only hope for a cure comes in the form of a message from the future: “Send Ethan Whyte”.
Kodi Smit-McPhee stars as Ethan Whyte, an underground tunnel worker who is suddenly thrust into a terrifying new world full of unknown danger as he must fight to save the human race.
Can Ethan travel forward in time and back again to solve this cosmically existential riddle and save the day?
Ryan Kwanten co-stars in the trippy-looking thriller, written and directed by Seth Larney (Tombiruo), and distributed by RLJE Films.
Captions and Audio Description produced by Access Media.
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Long Story Short – written and directed by Josh Lawson

The story follows Teddy, who wakes up the morning after his wedding to discover that every few minutes he’s jumping forward to the next year of his life. He must use every precious moment wisely to keep from losing the love of his life, and to learn to love the life he’s losing.
Long Story Short will screen nationally from February 11.
Captions and Audio Description produced by Access Media.