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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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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 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 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 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 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 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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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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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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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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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 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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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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Angels and Demons
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Angels and Demons

What does it feel like to lose your mind and can you get it back again? In seeking to answer these questions, Andrew Denton journeys into the world of mental illness, a world that's often invisible because - in our fear - we choose to look away. Angels and Demons would be suitable for middle and...

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Atlanta's Child
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Atlanta's Child

ATLANTA'S CHILD chronicles the life of Jana Piper, who grew up sailing around the world with her father on their old wooden schooner Atlanta. While other children went to school, Jana crossed the Paci c and South China Sea; climbing active volcanoes, swimming with sharks, sailing through tropical...

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Australia
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Australia

Baz Luhrmann's Australia is an epic adventure set in the Northern outback of Australia in the late 1930s and 1940s. The story brings together people from many backgrounds and walks of life, from the English aris- tocracy to the rough-hewn outback drovers and the Indigenous people of Australia. Th...

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Australia's Heritage: National Treasures
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Australia's Heritage: National Treasures

Take a voyage of discovery with Chris Taylor as he reveals the secrets behind a fascinating mix of treasures from Australia's National Heritage List. In the third season of five-minute mini-documentaries in the National Treasures series, Chris travels around Australia delivering historical snaps...

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Australian Biography: Dame Beryl Beaurepaire
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Australian Biography: Dame Beryl Beaurepaire

Born in 1923, women's activist Dame Beryl Beaurepaire is a pioneering Australian feminist. After serving in the Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force during World War II, she married Ian Beaurepaire of the Olympic Tyre dynasty and became Melbourne's Lady Mayoress. At a time when few women were i...

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Australian Biography: David Williamson
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Australian Biography: David Williamson

Born in 1942, writer David Williamson studied mechanical engineering, then lectured in thermodynamics and studied social psychology before discarding academic life. After his early successes in Melbourne, he moved to Sydney and rose to prominence in the 1970s, becoming Australia's most successful...

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Australian Biography: Don Burrows
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Australian Biography: Don Burrows

Born in 1928, jazz and swing musician Don Burrows is a household name in Australia. A composer and arranger, he's one of the world's finest interpreters of the jazz tradition and highly respected internationally, where he's toured to great acclaim since 1960. This program will have interest and ...

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Australian Biography: Donald Metcalf
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Australian Biography: Donald Metcalf

Professor Donald Metcalf is internationally renowned for his pioneering medical research on the control of blood cell formation. This fundamental research has been used in the treatment of millions of cancer patients around the world. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and...

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Australian Biography: June Dally-Watkins
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Australian Biography: June Dally-Watkins

Entrepreneur and deportment educator June Dally-Watkins is one of Australia's best known models. Born in 1927, June grew up on a remote property at Watsons Creek, near Tamworth. Her mother was a single parent, a great stigma at the time and June kept the story of her birth a secret until late in ...

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Australian Biography: Max Lake
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Australian Biography: Max Lake

Dr Max Lake has achieved success in three distinctly different fields - as a surgeon, winegrower and author - although he is probably best known as one of the pioneers of the Australian wine boom. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at secondary and tertiary l...

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Australian Biography: May O'Brien
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Australian Biography: May O'Brien

Born into the traditional life of the Wongatha people of Western Australia and educated on the remote Mount Margaret Mission, Aboriginal author and educator May O'Brien has profoundly influenced Indigenous education. May became the first female Aboriginal teacher in Western Australia, fulfilling ...

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Australian Biography: Nancy Bird Walton
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Australian Biography: Nancy Bird Walton

In the early 1930s, aviation was opening up Australia and Nancy Bird began taking flying lessons at Charles Kingsford Smith's Flying School in Mascot. In 1934, she became the youngest commercially licensed female pilot in the British Commonwealth. The following year, she logged the fastest time b...

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Australian Biography: Noeline Brown
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Australian Biography: Noeline Brown

Noeline Brown has had a long and successful career in radio, television and theatre and has twice stood as a Labor Party candidate for the NSW Senate. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at secondary and tertiary levels. Curriculum links include Drama, English...

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