Food, Faith and Love in WA

Food, Faith and Love was a ten-part video series that celebrated our multicultural heritage. Participants spoke about relationships, cuisine, belief, religion, and rituals. Funded by the Office of Multicultural Interests.

Raised in Australia to Macedonian parents, Sandy marries a German man whose life parallels hers in many ways.
A young woman falls in love with falling in love – until she finds a man who makes her stop. Samina tells of her great Dutch love and his conversion to Islam.
After jumping on a boat with her ten-day-old son to travel from Vietnam to Perth, Phuong rebuilds her life from scratch.
After moving to Australia from Israel, Ita starts Genesis, a restaurant and food sanctuary based in the Perth Hills.
Velaphi and Takako reflect on the challenges of marriage across cultures – starting with a conversation about their wedding day on a warm Perth day in 1980.
A warm and generous cook who loves having a full house teaches us how to bake a special bread with roots in her beloved homeland.
A man spends 20 years and travels 15,000 kms to find love and build a family in Perth.
A young woman who came to Australia as a refugee at the age of eight decides to be a doctor, a lawyer and a politician.
When Lesley’s fifth child Jack is born profoundly deaf, she and her family become unexpected and powerful advocates for CALD communities.
An eight year old girl resists dressing up in the Indian dress her mother has bought her for Multicultural Day. Thirty years later, she reflects on why.
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