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Cronulla Riots: The Day That Shocked The Nation
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Cronulla Riots: The Day That Shocked The Nation

This documentary investigates the background to, the actual happenings, and the consequences of, a riot that took place in the Sydney beach suburb of Cronulla on December 11 2005. The documentary attempts to reconstruct the tensions between groups of young people in parts of Sydney, who, in Decem...

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Crossing The Line
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Crossing The Line

Crossing the Line is film that documents the experiences of two Tasmanian medical students when they take up an eight-week placement in an Indigenous community on Mornington Island in north-west Queensland. The film will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at Secondary and Tert...

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Cult Tv And The X-files
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Cult Tv And The X-files

In this lesson plan, students evaluate the treatment of the two X-Files stars, Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny. Students search for and analyse X-Files fan-fiction web sites, and attempt a draft of a closing/opening scene of The X-Files season finale/return.

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Cunnamulla
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Cunnamulla

A portrait of life in an isolated community in outback Queensland. Cunnamulla, 800 kilometres west of Brisbane, is the end of the railway line. Here, Aboriginal and white Australians live together but apart.

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Curtin
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Curtin

John Curtin is generally considered to be one of Australia's greatest Prime Ministers. But what's behind the history books? What were the realities that he faced at the time? What qualities did he show? What failings? Curtin can help your students explore these questions while developing a greate...

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Cut Down
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Cut Down

Cut Down is suitable for classroom activities designed for secondary students from 15-16 years onward, and for students in the tertiary and allied sectors (e.g. TAFE colleges, universities, adult edu- cation institutions). The Teachers Notes are not prescriptive, nor necessary to be tackled in th...

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Cuttlefish: The Brainy Bunch
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Cuttlefish: The Brainy Bunch

Imagine a creature so alien that it has three hearts, no bones, blue blood, ten arms sticking out of its head, can fly by jet propulsion and can make itself invisible; or even change its own shape and colour. It sounds too bizarre for a Star Wars episode and yet it exists for real, right now and ...

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Cyberhate with Tara Moss
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Cyberhate with Tara Moss

Tara Moss investigates online abuse, revealing her own story and those of others who have been victims of cyber violence. The documentary allows students to investigate the issue of offensive online behaviour and understand the impact of online abuse by considering the experiences of the document...

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Damn Right I'm A Cowboy
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Damn Right I'm A Cowboy

This documentary reveals the farreaching personal and societal spinoffs generated by a deceptively simple community singing event enacted in a crazy ritual at an Australian public FM radio station every week. It will have relevance to students of Cultural Studies, Australian Studies, Studies of...

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Dancing With Dictators
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Dancing With Dictators

Set against the backdrop of the first election in repressive Burma for twenty years, an Australian publisher battles to retain control of the newspaper he established. This is a film about censorship, struggle, the abuse of power and the Burmese people's hopes for a democratic future. The complex...

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Dancing with the Prime Minister
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Dancing with the Prime Minister

On an unseasonably warm winter evening in 1968 Australian Prime Minister John Gorton, wearing evening dress, walks slowly along a line of twenty-five young Aboriginal women, dressed in white satin and standing silently in the Sydney Town Hall. Mr Gorton is attending the first ever national Aborig...

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Dangerous Remedy
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Dangerous Remedy

Set in Melbourne, Victoria in the late 1960s, a time of social and political change, unrest and protest, the film tells the story of Bertram Wainer, pugnacious Scotsman and ex-Army doctor. Wainer is drawn into a world of criminals and corruption when a young student comes to him for help because ...

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Dark Science
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Dark Science

During the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, thousands of complete and partial skeletons of Indigenous Australians (as well as thousands of arefacts and sometimes sacred objects) were sent overseas and to Australian museums. Dark Science is the story of one of the expeditions which gathe...

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Darwin's Brave New World
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Darwin's Brave New World

Darwin's Brave New World is the story of how four young voyagers to the Southern Hemisphere changed our world, forever. The epic adventures of Charles Darwin, Joseph Hooker, Thomas Huxley and Alfred Russel Wallace revolutionised science, turned society on its head and gave birth to an extraordina...

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Darwin's Lost Paradise
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Darwin's Lost Paradise

Charles Darwin is the author of the theory of evolution by natural selection, an idea that shook the world of the nineteenth century and reverberates to this day. In the 150th anniversary year of the publication of Darwin's theory, teachers can use this series as an effective resource in their c...

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Darwin's Nightmare
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Darwin's Nightmare

A riveting documentary about the devastation surrounding Lake Victoria in Africa a powerful statement about globalisation and its appalling impact on small communities. The film would be suitable for use in senior secondary and tertiary classes in Geography, Economics, Religious Education (ethic...

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Dating The H*Bomb
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Dating The H*Bomb

In Dating The H*Bomb, Heidi, Hector and Michael candidly share intimate stories about life with the incurable and taboo genital herpes virus, from the shock of diagnosis to the search for true love. Re-enacted with puppets, these everyday Australians reveal what it's like to negotiate love, sex a...

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David Gulpilil: One Red Blood
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David Gulpilil: One Red Blood

A documentary by Darlene Johnson and David Gulpilil that traces his life and work as dancer, actor, elder in the Marwuwyu community, family man and, like all Australians, one red blood.

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Dead Tired
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Dead Tired

Sleep is really the third Dead Tired is a two-part documentary series showcasing the latest science from around the world demonstrating that lack of sleep is slowly killing us. Shot in Australia, America, Canada and England, this is the first series to feature footage of what happens to a person'...

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Deadline Gallipoli: Ep 1 of 2
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Deadline Gallipoli: Ep 1 of 2

Deadline Gallipoli is the powerful story of four war correspondents, Charles Bean, Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett, Phillip Schuler and Keith Murdoch, whose job it was to report on the events that unfolded on the shores of Gallipoli in 1915. These were the first truly embedded war correspondents whose def...

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Deadline Gallipoli: Ep 2 of 2
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Deadline Gallipoli: Ep 2 of 2

Deadline Gallipoli is the powerful story of four war correspondents, Charles Bean, Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett, Phillip Schuler and Keith Murdoch, whose job it was to report on the events that unfolded on the shores of Gallipoli in 1915. These were the first truly embedded war correspondents whose def...

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Deception by Design
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Deception by Design

Through rarely seen archive, interviews with leading experts and arresting visual graphics, Deception By Design reveals the untold story of how artists were recruited by the military to fool the enemy in modern warfare.

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Defendant 5
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Defendant 5

Defendant 5 is a morality tale of global importance about unchecked corporate power and how it threatens individuals' rights to freedom of speech. Filmmaker Heidi Lee Douglas went to Tasmania to make a documentary about logging but soon found herself part of the campaign against the woodchipping ...

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Desert Heart
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Desert Heart

Desert Heart is a documentary tracing the journey of a group of Aboriginal people back to the traditional land they were forced to leave four decades earlier. The elders take with them a young man who is a developing artist. They are seeing their land for the last time, he is seeing it for the ...

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Desert War
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Desert War

In the deserts of North Africa in 1941 and 1942, two legendary fighting forces were born: the Australian and British Rats of Tobruk and General Erwin Rommel's Afrika Korps. Desert War (Steve Westh, 2012, two x 57-minute episodes) is an exciting, insightful and subtly revisionist account of the tw...

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Desperately Seeking Doctors
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Desperately Seeking Doctors

For the residents and councils of many rural Australian communities, maintaining a reliable health care service is a constant challenge. Despite extensive domestic and international recruitment campaigns, doctors are leaving some rural communities faster than they can be replaced. Desperately See...

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Destination Australia: The Migrant Story
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Destination Australia: The Migrant Story

Provides a collection of historic film images of aspects of the migration experience in Australia. The documentary briefly outlines the history of migration from 1788 to the 1970s, but its main focus is on a series of twentieth century 'case studies' through contemporary film clips.


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Devil Island
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Devil Island

From the safety of captivity to the remote Tasmanian wilderness, 15 Tasmanian devils set off on an extraordinary adventure to save their species from extinction and change the course of Australian wildlife history. The guide is written for senior primary to middle secondary (Years 5-10). The mate...

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Devil's Playground
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Devil's Playground

Devil's Playground is a six-part psychological thriller set in the churches, schools and upper echelons of power in the Australian Catholic Church during the 1980s. Thirty-five years after the original Fred Schepisi film, Tom Allen (played by Simon Burke in both the movie and the miniseries) is n...

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Dhakiyarr Vs The King
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Dhakiyarr Vs The King

The descendants of a great Aboriginal leader tell an inspiring story of two laws, two cultures and two families coming to terms with the past. Curriculum links include Cultural Studies, Studies of Society and Environment, Legal/Justice Studies, English, Media Studies, Australian History and Indi...

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