Three Documentaries | Three Initiatives | Three Songs


geni                worawa


During the early part of the 90's I produced three short documentaries that were inspired to

specifically support three initiatives for the environment and the future of our children.

The model is based on the documentary motivating and empowering people to

link, network and get involved with supporting the associated initiative.

I wrote a song for each of the initiatives at the time.





"What if... A new global option"

This was my first short documentary, produced in 1989.

It's production was initiated by Peter Meisen, the founder of

Global Energy Network Institute (GENI) with the

support of the Money & You graduates.

It was based on a project proposed by the

visionary engineer Dr. R. Buckminster Fuller.

The issues presented in the movie segments below such as:

environmental pollution; climate change and greenhouse effects;

poverty and lack of health-care in many countries; the enormous

world energy requirements and increasing population growth

are unfortunately even more relevant today.

In fact, it is vital they are addressed by governments

for our children's future! The GENI proposal can make a

viable and real contribution to the creation of peace

and prosperity for everyone on the planet!


"What if the World Turned Around"

This song was written for the launch of the documentary

in 1989 at the Sydney Convention Centre, Australia.





"Our Children's Future, in our hands"

The “Before it's Too Late” project was implemented between 1990 and 1995.

It supported many leading edge groups, in particular the Lighthouse Foundation, founded by Susan Barton AM. During that time their were many major events

held in Melbourne & Sydney. The documentary, "Our Children's Future in our Hands," was producedand was distributed to schools around Australia, including a Manual

for teachers. Tthe project generated awareness through national TV, with

Max Walker and Robert Kiyosaki as the Spokespersons.

The project also channelled human and material resources  to youth

support groups. It created educational programs  for empowering Youth

Groups including a major “Success Congress for Teens” in Sydney,

which was supported by leading sports and entertainment celebrities.

The legacy of the initiative lives on via our support of the great

work of the Lighthouse Foundation, based in Melbourne.


"See What We Can Be"

This song was composed for the launch

of the documentary in Melbourne.

Jerry Speiser, (the drummer from "Men at Work") helped me produce a

simple home demo recording in Melbourne. It was used as a guide for the

Fitzroy Community School Choir who performed the song at the launch,

coordinated by Philip O’Carroll, Drusilla Hendry and Sumitra Phoenix.







"Leading the Way! A Natural Way of Learning"

This documentary was produced in 1994 for the 10th Anniversary of

Worawa Aboriginal College, an initiative founded by Hyllus Maris in 1983.

Worawa Aboriginal College provides a holistic program that develops the intellectual, social, physical, emotional and cultural wellbeing of each student through a combination of mainstream education and Aboriginal Pedagogy – ways of Being, Knowing and Doing.


Original Soundtrack for Documentary

Composed by Anatole Petrovich Kononewsky

Soundtrack 1

Soundtrack 2

Produced & Performed by Anatole Petrovich Kononewsky


"Spiritual Song of the Aborigine"

Words by Hyllus Maris, Founder of Worawa Aboriginal College

and Music by Anatole Petrovich Kononewsky


To be Publicly Performed for the first time next year at

the Melbourne Town Town on the 25th May 2014.





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