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1000 Journals
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1000 Journals

1000 blank journals are passed from hand to hand throughout the world, collecting stories, pictures, collages - slices of the lives they touch. One came back, filled. Where are the other 999? 1000 Journals investigates their worldwide journeys, and chronicles the self-governed collaboration of th...

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1606 and 1770: A Tale of Two Discoveries
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1606 and 1770: A Tale of Two Discoveries

This documentary explodes a number of the myths and misconceptions that have grown up around the history of the charting of the Australian coast. It reminds us that James Cook was a relatively late addition to the long list of explorers that encountered Australia, and which included Dirk Hartog, ...

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2 Degrees
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2 Degrees

Climate change is the most pressing issue of our time - it is the biggest threat to human health and the health of the planet. 2 Degrees, a feature documentary film explores climate change through the prism of climate justice. The documentary identifies the causes, and exposes the costs, of clima...

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2 Mums And A Dad
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2 Mums And A Dad

2 Mums and a Dad is the story of the rocky road of three- way parenting, a unique exploration of the nature of family in today's complicated society, as well as an insightful resource for everyone concerned with issues regarding the raising of children such as access, parents' rights and family c...

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3 Acts of Murder
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3 Acts of Murder

3 Acts of Murder tells a riveting true story of solitary outback life, hard working men, friendship, storytelling and murder. First World War veteran and would-be crime novelist, Arthur W. Upfield, ekes out an existence as a boundary rider overseeing 163 miles of rabbit-proof fence. As he trudges...

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50 Years On Their Toes
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50 Years On Their Toes

The documentary, 50 Years On Their Toes is a behind-the-scenes look at the Royal New Zealand Ballet (RNZB) in preparation for their 2003 production of Romeo and Juliet.

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88
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88

On January 26th 1988, over 2.5 million people lined the streets of Sydney Harbour to commemorate the arrival of the First Fleet in New South Wales, a day that marked the beginning of European settlement in Australia. Coined the "Celebration of a Nation", the 1988 re-enactment of the First Fleet h...

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8MMM
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8MMM

8MMM Aboriginal Radio in Alice Springs runs on the smell of an oily rag, the enthusiasm of its motley Indigenous crew and the misguided intentions of the whitefellas in charge. For the 3Ms of Alice Springs - the missionaries, mercenaries and misfits - saving Aboriginal people from themselves is h...

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900 Neighbours
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900 Neighbours

900 Neighbours is the story of a high-rise building and the people who call it home. The Northcott Estate is the largest public housing estate in Australia. The 591 apartments are home to over 1000 people. Its fourteen stories tower ominously over the gentrified inner-city Sydney area of Surry Hi...

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A Case For The Coroner
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A Case For The Coroner

A Case for the Coroner is a six-part documentary that could serve as a springboard to discussion on death and the grieving process, forensic science, different court systems in Australia, families and family breakdown and the relationship between science and the law. Specific episodes deal with i...

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A Closer Walk
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A Closer Walk

A Closer Walk is the first film to provide a definitive portrayal of humankind's confrontation with the global AIDS epidemic. The film explores the intricate relationship between health, dignity, and human rights, and shows how the harsh realities of AIDS in the world are an expression of the way...

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A Common Purpose
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A Common Purpose

In the late 1980s, during the most violent period of the apartheid regime, twenty-five men and women were rounded up in Paballelo, a black township bordering the town of Upington in South Africa, to stand trial for the murder of a black policeman. A Common Purpose tells the story of how the trial...

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A Compassionate Rage
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A Compassionate Rage

Moira works in dangerous war zones around the world, providing ongoing care for children needing reconstructive and/or lifesaving surgery, unobtainable in their own impoverished countries.

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A Deeper Shade of Blue
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A Deeper Shade of Blue

A Deeper Shade of Blue is a film about surfing's deepest roots: in the subconscious; in ancient lore; in the craft of surfboard building; in man's perpetual quest for a joyful relationship with the natural world. While A Deeper Shade of Blue explains what surfing is, where it came from and how it...

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A Director's Gotta Do
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A Director's Gotta Do

A Director's Gotta Do is a documentary film about the making of an Australian feature, A Man's Gotta Do (Chris Kennedy, 2004). It is conceived as excerpts from the director's journal over the most significant phase in film production - completion of principal photography. The film is suitable f...

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A Fighting Chance
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A Fighting Chance

At age 42, former Bosnian boxing champion Nermin Sabanovic is making a comeback Back in Bosnia, Nermin was a dual Olympian and nine times national champion. He won more than 350 fights. Then the Bosnian war broke out and suddenly his celebrated career was cut short. Nermin and his family fled to...

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A Fine Body Of Gentlemen
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A Fine Body Of Gentlemen

A fine body of gentlemen tells the story of the visit to England in 1868 of the first Australian cricket team - a team made up of aboriginal men, most of whom were from the western district area of Victoria.

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A Girl, A Horse, A Dream
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A Girl, A Horse, A Dream

A Girl, A Horse, A Dream touches on a number of provocative issues, particularly in relation to gender. These are concerns that have wide relevance beyond the racetrack. The film also functions as a compelling character study. It would be a valuable text for senior secondary Gender Studies an...

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A Good Man
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A Good Man

'A struggling Australian farmer, his quadriplegic wife and their plans to open a brothel in a small country town.' This tagline might sound melodramatic, and indeed A Good Man does capture the ebb and flow of human experience characteristic of the melodrama genre, but it is not a fictional work....

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A Hard Place
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A Hard Place

This study guide, to accompany A Hard Place, a short film produced by Second Nature Films and written and directed by Kate Clere, has been written for secondary students. It provides information and suggestions for learning activities in SOSE, Health and Human Development, English and Media Studi...

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A Heartbeat Away
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A Heartbeat Away

Nineteen-year-old Kevin Flack is an aspiring lead guitarist. His most immediate goal is to get his band out of the Flack family garage and in front of an appreciative audience. Kevin's father, Edwin believes that rock music is rubbish. He is disappointed that Kevin has turned down a scholarship a...

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A Law Unto Himself
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A Law Unto Himself

Roger Law was the co-creator and the energy behind the UK puppet show Spitting Image which screened on British television for thirteen years. The show lampooned politicians, celebrities and the Royal Family until 1996. Law 'deported' himself to Australia where he has established himself as an art...

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A Life Exposed: Robyn Beeche
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A Life Exposed: Robyn Beeche

Sydney-born Robyn Beeche became renowned in London when she created iconic images of the 1980s. At a time when the fashion and art worlds were rich with experimentation, she collaborated closely with counterculture personalities. Weaving between Australia, London and India the film uses observati...

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A Machine To Die For
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A Machine To Die For

A Machine to Die For is a documentary about perpetual motion that showcases different inventors, each of whom is striving to create a perpetual motion machine. The documentary could be used as a resource when studying motion and simple machines in secondary science and physics. It could also serv...

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A Million Acres A Year
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A Million Acres A Year

A devastating examination of the ecological disaster brought about by massive land clearance in Western Australia.

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A Modern Mutiny
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A Modern Mutiny

Norfolk Island is five miles long by three miles wide; or, as some would say of this close-knit community, five minutes long and three minutes wide when it comes to gossip. As one of Australia's remote external territories, and with a local population descended from the legendary Bounty mutineers...

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A Northern Town
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A Northern Town

The northern New South Wales town of Kempsey is a place haunted by the ghosts of its past. The people here, both black and white, have seen more than their fair share of tragedy and division through the years. As the white witnesses to this history have grown old, many have found themselves doin...

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A Nun's New Habit
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A Nun's New Habit

This film tells the story of Sister Carmel Wauchope, a sister of the Good Samaritans who resides in the outback town of Whyalla in South Australia, not far from the Baxter detention centre, which closed in 2007. With integrity and determination, Sister Carmel fights for those in need. Her conce...

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A Political Game
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A Political Game

A Political Game is a TVNZ produced historical documentary that traces the passion and politics associated with the long-standing rugby rivalry between New Zealand and South Africa. Through revealing this often dramatic history, students will gain valuable insight into the connections between spo...

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A Royal Romance
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A Royal Romance

A Royal Romance explores Australia's relationship with Queen Elizabeth II, who has reigned since 1952. Since her first visit in 1954, many Australians have continued to display great affection and respect for the Queen. Royalist sentiments may be less strong in 2010, with many people believing Au...

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