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Welcome to Identity Films

Identity Films is an award winning documentary production company that tells meaningful stories about individuals and communities in engaging and insightful ways.

We focus on character driven films that delve into the complexity of the human condition and the world we live in.

Our films have received glowing reviews in prominent global media ranging from the Hollywood Reporter to the Times of London, and have featured at film festivals in North America, Europe, Asia, Israel and Australia.

We make commissioned documentaries for leading broadcasters around the world, from the BBC in the UK to the ABC in Australia.

Our storytelling is compelling and thought provoking. We don’t shy away from tough issues, in fact we welcome them; be they political or personal. We also revel in telling great cultural tales that reflect the soul of our societies and are just good fun.

Whatever story we tell, we always find the quirky and humorous elements in a story.

We work on both 2D and virtual reality (VR) films.

Identity Films is based in Melbourne, Australia, but tells stories from around the world for a global audience.

The company was established in 2006 and is headed by award winning producer and director and former professor Danny Ben-Moshe.

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Recent Films

My Mother’s Lost Children

MY MUM’S LOST CHILDREN is a feature length documentary about two toddlers taken from their mother, locating her four decades later, revealing a journey that unfolds over four continents, in a heart wr

The Secret World of Adass Israel

The Secret World of Adass Israel description coming soon.

Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence  description coming soon

The Outback Rabbis

THE OUTBACK RABBIS is an Aussie road trip like no other. This colourful documentary follows RARA (Rabbis of Rural and Regional Australia) as two young Ultra-Orthodox Chabad Rabbis head to the Australi