How does it feel to seen as guilty of a crime even when you haven’t done anything wrong? Sydney student Omar Bensaidi writes about his experiences with racial profiling.
The conclusion of the four-part SBS series Once Upon a Time in Punchbowl delivered a sense of fulfilling closure, but Mohamad Tabbaa scratches beneath the fluffy surface to discover an unsettling situation that lies far from a satisfactory ending.
Mohamad Tabbaa considers some overlooked truths behind gangs and violence in response to episode 2 of SBS’s Once Upon a Time in Punchbowl.
Watching episode 1 of Once Upon a Time in Punchbowl stirred strong feelings of both familiarity and a sense of ruptured culture for Mohamad Tabbaa.
Tom Greenwood has directed a short film about the story of Balan, a Sri Lankan Tamil asylum seeker living in western Sydney.