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East of Everything: Series 2
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East of Everything: Series 2

This the second series of a television drama about families, values and relationships set in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales. Building on the drama of the six episodes of Series 1, this series continues to follow the Watkins boys, their family, friends and local communicy. However...

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East Timor - Birth Of A Nation
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East Timor - Birth Of A Nation

This documentary looks at how a country is born and how the East Timorese people are working to build a future. It also examines the role of international players such as the United Nations.

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East West 101: Series 2
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East West 101: Series 2

This is the second season of the award-winning police drama series East West 101. There are seven one-hour episodes in this season, following the work and lives of the members of a Major Crime Squad operating in Sydney's inner west. A new character cen- tral to the dramatic tension is Agent Richa...

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East West 101: Series 3
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East West 101: Series 3

Season 3 of the award-winning police drama series East West 101 maintains the complex storytelling and high production values of the previous series. In keeping with the east west theme already established, the new season explores the ramifications of the war in Iraq and Afghanistan through crime...

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Easter In Jerusalem
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Easter In Jerusalem

On her first visit to the Christian Holy Land, ABC television Compass presenter Geraldine Doogue travels to Jerusalem for Easter Holy Week - on a personal pilgrimage. In 2014, all the Christian traditions celebrated Easter contiguously (at the same time) and as well, it was Passover for Jews. Ami...

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Echoes Across The Divide
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Echoes Across The Divide

Echoes Across the Divide, by Australian filmmaker Adam Sebire is a contemporary 52min documentary. It deals with young people using culture as a means to address a situation where politics seems to have failed: the 40-year old Cyprus conflict, between Cypriots of Turkish and Greek ethnicity. The...

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Eco House Challenge
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Eco House Challenge

On Eco House Challenge two suburban, Australian families are about to find out what it takes to help save the planet. Over several weeks, while still living their normal lives, the families must radically reduce consumption in four eco hot-spots - Energy, Water, Transport and Waste - or face the ...

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Einstein's Wife
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Einstein's Wife

Focuses on the culmination of several events that suggest that Mileva Maric played a significant role in Einstein's early scientific discoveries.

This study guide has been created for teachers of middle to senior years studying Science and/or English, and has been divided into two part...

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Elders: Series 2
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Elders: Series 2

'Where is the knowledge we have lost in information? Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge?' (T.S. Eliot). This quote from T.S. Eliot inspired Andrew Denton to ask prominent elders what they had learnt from life so far. The second series of Elders explores six very different lives in sea...

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Embedded with Nationalists
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Embedded with Nationalists

What is Australian nationalism? Embedded with Nationalists explores the complexities of Australian nationalism. Do you have to be born here to be able to claim the title of 'true blue Aussie'? What is expected from people who migrate here in order for them to be truly accepted? How does self dete...

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Embedded with Sheik Hilaly
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Embedded with Sheik Hilaly

Dave Zwolenski is 26 years old and white. He likes girls, drinking beer and eating bacon. Raised a Catholic, these days Dave prefers to stay away from religion altogether. Sheik Taj el-din al Hilaly is 66, Egyptian-born and very Muslim. He likes praying and drinking 'man tea' (his own special...

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Embedded with the Murri Mob
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Embedded with the Murri Mob

Sarah-Jane Woulahan is a political activist and firmly believes that if you don't agree with something, you should stand-up and do something about it. In the past, Sarah-Jane has protested for Aboriginal rights, but now realises it's not enough and for all her activism, she has only one Aborigina...

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Empire Of The Sun
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Empire Of The Sun

Empire of the Sun is based on the semi-autobiographical novel by J.G. Ballard which relates the experiences of Jim Graham, a Shanghai-born English boy who becomes separated from his parents during the confusion of the Japanese invasion in December, 1941. The film is both history and autobiography...

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End of the Rainbow
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End of the Rainbow

End of the Rainbow explores the impact of large-scale industrial gold mining on local communities in a remote region of Guinea, West Africa. The film looks at what happens when a massive international enterprise arrives in an area in which gold is already a significant element of the local econom...

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Endangered
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Endangered

Endangered is a powerful and engaging documentary, which explores a particular problem facing young, urban, Aboriginal women - a distinct shortage of suitable Aboriginal men. Endangered explores a wide range of themes relating to Indigenous affairs, relationships, heritage, cultural identity and...

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Ender's Game
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Ender's Game

Ender Wiggin, a brilliant and remarkably gifted 12-year-old, is trained to become Earth's ultimate military leader in Ender's Game, the long-awaited big-screen adaptation of the classic, award-winning novel by Orson Scott Card. After surviving a devastating attack by the insect-like Formics, the ...

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Enigma Man
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Enigma Man

This is the story of two scientists who are confronted by their own discovery of mysterious ancient human remains that challenge everything we know about human evolution. Not only could these remains represent a new species of human, but one that existed alongside our own kind. Enigma Man is most...

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Enough Rope's Gallipoli: Brothers In Arms
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Enough Rope's Gallipoli: Brothers In Arms

EnoughRope's Gallipoli: Brothers in Arms is the result of a visit by Andrew Denton to Gallipoli in 2006 for ANZAC Day, 25 April. The documentary uses historical footage and photographs, extracts from soldiers' letters and diaries, and modern-day on-site interviews with Australian and Turkish expe...

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Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room
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Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room

Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room is the inside story of one of history's greatest business scandals, in which top executives of America's seventh largest company walked away with over one billion dollars while investors and employees lost everything. This documentary will be of interest to mi...

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Entanglement Theory
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Entanglement Theory

Entanglement Theory, produced by The Physical TV Company, is the story of a busy dancing man who takes a nap in two realities. His real self dreams and his avatar self dreams. Neither reality is quite so simple when each self wakes. Expressed through a vivid mix of Second Life dig- ital animatio...

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Even Girls Play Footy
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Even Girls Play Footy

Even Girls Play Footy tells the story of three teenage girls who challenged the Victorian football establishment for the right to play the game they loved. Banned because of their gender from playing alongside the boys in their junior football teams, they took their case to court, ultimately ove...

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Every Family's Nightmare
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Every Family's Nightmare

This is the shocking inside story of a family's fight to free their 15-year-old son after he is wrongly accused of rape. A horrifying tale of lies, deception and the high cost of justice, Every Family's Nightmare exposes serious systemic, procedural and cultural flaws in Australia's criminal just...

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Everyday Brave
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Everyday Brave

A six-part documentary series profiling Indigenous Australians who have struggled every day against discrimination, apathy and ignorance to make a real difference: Bonita Mabo, Ray Cotti, Naomi Mayers, Steven Craig, The Thaiday Brothers, Uncle Kiddo Taylor.


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Exodus: Gods and Kings
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Exodus: Gods and Kings

From acclaimed director Ridley Scott comes the epic adventure Exodus: Gods and Kings, the story of one man's daring courage to take on the might of an empire. Using state of the art visual effects and 3D immersion, Scott brings new life to the story of the defiant leader Moses (Christian Bale) as...

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Experimenta: Vanishing Point
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Experimenta: Vanishing Point

Experimenta Vanishing Point provides an opportunity for upper primary and secondary teachers to bring together the Arts, Mathematics, Science, Technology, English and SoSE with an emphasis on illusion, perception, perspectives, patterns, feelings and responses. Teachers may choose to have studen...

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Eye For Architecture
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Eye For Architecture

Eye For Architecture journeys into the world of cutting-edge architecture in australia and asia through the lens of renowned architectural photographer John Gollings. a Gollings photograph can turn an ordinary building into art, helping it get published or win an award. We join Gollings on a jour...

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Eye Of The Tiger
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Eye Of The Tiger

Over the past 100 years, 95 per cent of tigers have been wiped off the face of the earth. In this documentary a Bronx Zoo Wildlife Conservation Society scientist travels to Khao Yai National Park in central Thailand to work out exactly how many tigers are left.

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Eyes Of The Tiger: Diary Of A Dirty War
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Eyes Of The Tiger: Diary Of A Dirty War

Eyes of the Tiger: Diary of a Dirty War (Monica O'Brien, 2006) is a 43-minute documentary on the experiences of a group of Australian soldiers during their twelve-month tour of duty in the Vietnam War. This program can help students explore the nature of the Vietnam War, the experience of the war...

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Face to Face
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Face to Face

Face to Face is a drama directed by Michael Rymer. He adapted the film's screenplay from a 2000 play by David Williamson. The film and the play are based on case notes from actual mediation sessions. While the film has some of the characteristics of both a documentary and a stage play, it is a dr...

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Facing The Demons
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Facing The Demons

Facing the Demons is the story of a journey to bring the family and friends of a murdered boy together in one room with those convicted of his killing. On one fateful night in 1994, a murder opened up a huge well of unresolved pain, guilt, anger, confusion and frustration. The study guide to acc...

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