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A Sense Of Place
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A Sense Of Place

An intimate portrait of four Vietnamese Australians who, for the past thirty years, have searched to build their identity and home in Australia. The study guide to accompany A Sense of Place (2008), a short form documentary directed by Marie Ferris, has been written for secondary students. It pr...

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A Stranger In The Family
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A Stranger In The Family

Explores the lives of three Australian families for a year, as they manage children with autism. All the children attend Giant Steps, a special school using a holistic one-on-one therapy that originated in Canada.

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A Thousand Encores: The Ballets Russes in Australia
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A Thousand Encores: The Ballets Russes in Australia

A Thousand Encores tells the fascinating and important story of how one of the greatest ballet companies of the twentieth century - the celebrated Ballets Russes - came to Australia and awoke the nation, transforming the cultural landscape of conservative 1930s Australia and leaving a rich legacy...

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A Wedding In Ramallah
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A Wedding In Ramallah

A Wedding in Ramallah is a compelling account of the dramatic events surrounding the wedding of a Palestinian couple and an exploration of life under occupation for ordinary Palestinians. The film is suitable for upper secondary and tertiary students in English, Personal Development, Media Studi...

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A Well-Founded Fear
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A Well-Founded Fear

The 1951 Convention on Refugees imposes a major obligation on countries not to deport or expel people to countries where they face persecution or risk serious human rights violation. Admittedly it is difficult for government authorities to assess whether someone is a legitimate refugee. People do...

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Abortion, Corruption And Cops: The Bertram Wainer Story
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Abortion, Corruption And Cops: The Bertram Wainer Story

In 1967 a young woman came to Dr Bertram Wainer's Melbourne surgery seeking emergency medical attention after a backyard abortion. She was desperately ill yet too afraid to go to hospital. For Wainer this was the start of a long, hard campaign to overturn laws that made abortion an offence punish...

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About Women
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About Women

About Women is a three-part series framed around the question: what do women need to survive and thrive in twenty-first century Australia? Each episode examines this broad topic from the perspective of three different age groups: young girls and women negotiating puberty; women in their child-bea...

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Accentuate the Positive
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Accentuate the Positive

Positive Education is designed to help children develop ways of becoming happier, more resilient people. But can children learn optimism in the same way they learn reading, writing and arithmetic? Conceived by American psychologist Dr Martin Seligman, the aim of Positive Education is to strengthe...

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Acid Ocean
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Acid Ocean

Marine scientists across the world are racing to tackle the most urgent environmental challenge facing our planet today - ocean acidification. From the icy polar seas to the world's most pristine coral reefs, Acid Ocean tracks the latest scientific research. Written, produced and directed by awar...

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Acid Ocean: Worksheets
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Acid Ocean: Worksheets

Marine scientists across the world are racing to tackle the most urgent environmental challenge facing our planet today - ocean acidification. From the icy polar seas to the world's most pristine coral reefs, Acid Ocean tracks the latest scientific research. Written, produced and directed by awar...

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Addicted to Money
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Addicted to Money

This series explores how the global financial crisis came about, what it all means for us now, and what the economic future holds. The program surveys the wreckage of the global economy and points to the worrying, but potentially transformative challenges ahead. It is both a story of shocking co...

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Afghanistan: Inside Australia's War
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Afghanistan: Inside Australia's War

This three part series tells the story of Australia's involvement in the war in Afghanistan mainly from the perspective of the soldiers who fought there between 2001 and 2013. We learn how the war started and why Australia continued to be involved. We hear directly from the soldiers about the dif...

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After The Wave
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After The Wave

After the Wave is a feature length documentary commissioned to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami. The film provides an account of the forensic operation undertaken in Thailand to identify and return the bodies of over 5,000 victims of the tsunami. The study guide to...

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Afterburn
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Afterburn

Afterburn: In the Tiger's Jaws, a feature-length documentary produced, written and directed by Moira Fahy, follows the stories of three families over three years in one small Victorian community in the aftermath of 2009's devastating Black Saturday firestorm.

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Aim High In Creation!
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Aim High In Creation!

Aim High in Creation! is a revolutionary film about the cinematic genius of North Korea's late Dear Leader, Kim Jong-il, with a groundbreaking experiment at its heart: the making of a film-within-a-film, based on the rules of his 1987 manifesto The Cinema and Directing. Determined to stop a gas m...

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Air Australia
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Air Australia

In creating an Australian aviation industry, a handful of extraordinary individuals changed the nation. Curriculum links for Air Australia include History, Studies of Society and Environment, Science & Technology, English, Media and Business Studies.

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Alive and Kicking
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Alive and Kicking

The communities of King Island, Queenstown, Woodsdale and Beaconsfield and Beauty Point in the Tamar Valley, share a belief in the importance of fielding a football team and committing their all to making it a winning season. The challenges of keeping the club alive and kicking are many and vari...

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All About Olive
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All About Olive

All about Olive is an amazing documentary - one that opens in the safe and expected environs of a nursing home, and then constantly surprises the viewer with twists and turns as it explores the rich and gutsy life of Olive Riley. All about Olive would be a valuable educational resource for secon...

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All Points Of The Compass
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All Points Of The Compass

All Points of the Compass is a testament to the enduring bonds of family. Against a backdrop of uncertainty and political instability, Tran Van Lam, South Vietnam's Foreign Minister during the Vietnam War, fathered nine remarkable children who have set out to all points of the globe. This documen...

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All The Way
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All The Way

Based on Paul Ham's Award-winning publication Vietnam: The Australian War, this documentary examines Australia's political motivation in committing advisers and then troops to a distant conflict, and the entanglements that kept us there. The film will have relevance to the following secondary cou...

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Alone In A Crowded Room
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Alone In A Crowded Room

Alone in a Crowded Room explores the line between ability and disability and takes us beyond our preconceptions of one of the most mysterious and challenging disorders of our time. It tells the stories of four adults with Autism. When they meet at an Autism social picnic they share stories about ...

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An Angel At My Table
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An Angel At My Table

Director Jane Campion presents this bio-pic about Janet Frame, who overcame childhood electroshock therapy to become one of New Zealand's finest writers. This guide was written by Cynthia Thomas who has 20 years' teaching experience. It has been designed as a starting point for teachers who wish ...

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An Imaginary Life
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An Imaginary Life

An illuminating profile of the writer David Malouf, recognised as one of Australia's finest novelists and poets. Shot in Australia, Italy, England and Ireland, this film uses a combination of interviews, dramatisations, archival footage and cinema verite sequences to explore the work of this comp...

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An Inconvenient Truth
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An Inconvenient Truth

An Inconvenient Truth (David Guggenheim, 2006) is a powerful resource for engaging students in the classroom in an investigation of the issue of enhanced global warming - meaning the human contribution to climate change and its potentially disastrous consequences. The film will be a rich and cha...

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An Unstoppable Force: Betty Churcher with John Olsen
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An Unstoppable Force: Betty Churcher with John Olsen

Widely regarded as Australia's greatest living artist, the exuberant 80-year-old John Olsen talks with acclaimed art commentator Betty Churcher about his life's work. The program would be a valuable resource for middle and senior secondary students of English, Visual Art, Media and Studies of So...

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Anastasia
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Anastasia

Anastasia is an animated feature film based upon a true story about the last Tsar and Tsarina of Russia and the legend of the Grand Duchess Anastasia Nicholaevna.

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Anatomy 1
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Anatomy 1

Producers Tony Ayres and Michael McMahon's three-part series, Anatomy, raises some fascinating questions about the physical body in contemporary art practice. Each episode focuses on a particular aspect of human anatomy, skin, heart and muscle. The series could be used in middle to senior secon...

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Anatomy 2
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Anatomy 2

Anatomy 2, explores questions about sexuality, gender and identity in surprising and sometimes quite confronting ways. Each of the three episodes - Mind, Eye and Face - is approximately 30 minutes long. The films are quite distinct in subject matter and style and could be screened separately. The...

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Anatomy 3
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Anatomy 3

This three part documentary series explores questions about aspects of the physical body, gender and sexuality in contemporary art practice in surprising and sometimes quite confronting ways. The films raise questions about how we define art as well as confronting our preconceptions about sexuali...

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Anatomy 4
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Anatomy 4

Stomach, Brain and Soul are the most recent productions in a series of twelve films in the Anatomy series. The films explore the way artists and performers deal with the subject of sex, identity and the human body. Although thematically linked, each film is a complete story in itself - sometimes ...

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