In a David-and-Goliath battle over a slice of Papua New Guinea paradise, Joe Moses, leader of the Paga Hill Settlement, struggles to save his 3,000 people before they are evicted. Battling it out in the courts, Joe may find his community replaced with a five-star hotel and marina.
Hollie Fifer studied a Bachelor of Film and Television (Hons) degree at Swinburne University and the Northern Film School in the UK under the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship, graduating with first class honours and an award for creative excellence. As a director, Hollie Fifer’s documentaries are inspired by true-life stories that are too bizarre and courageous to believe.
Selected: Children of The Rainbow Serpent (2009), Corinna (2013), Very Impressive (2014)