A Fire Inside is a feature-length documentary about the Australian Black Summer bushfires and some of the people involved in the recovery.
We hear first-hand from a number of different people who were impacted by the devasting bush fires. We met a couple of different people who lost their homes and are rebuilding in different ways. We hear from the volunteers and charity organizations.
It’s hard not to be moved by their stories and selfless courage. The personal story of the young firefighter is heartbreaking and poignant.
A Fire Inside is a powerful documentary about resilience and the importance of volunteering and community.
‘A Fire Inside’ in cinemas nationwide 7 October 2021.
Run time: 91mins
About A Fire Inside
When a volunteer firefighter drives his car into almost certain death during the worst fires in Australian history, he does it because he ‘has a job to do’. Three months later, the fires are out but his nightmares are just beginning. What’s tormenting him, however, isn’t the memory of flames. Turning a sensitive lens on the unprecedented devastation of Australia’s 2019/2020 ‘Black Summer’ bushfires, from a country-wide emergency to the astonishing stories of help that emerged, A FIRE INSIDE presents an inspirational look at the way people respond to crisis and its true cost to the human spirit.