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The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce
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The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce

In 1822, eight men escaped from the most isolated and brutal prison on earth, Sarah Island in Van Diemen's Land. Only one man survived and his tale of betrayal, murder and cannibalism shocked the British establishment to the core. This film follows the final days of this man, Irish convict Alex...

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The Last Days Of Yasser Arafat
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The Last Days Of Yasser Arafat

The Last Days of Yasser Arafat (Sherine Shalama, 2006) is an 80-minute film about Sherine Salama's efforts to secure an interview with Yasser Arafat shortly before his death in 2004. It tells the final chapter in the story of one of the most controversial public figures of our time. Intimate and...

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The Long Goodbye
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The Long Goodbye

The Long Goodbye follows the journeys of three families living with dementia as they struggle to maintain the identity and dignity of those they love. Filmed over a 3 year period, the documentary celebrates the capacity of the human spirit to search for meaning and hope when the end is known and ...

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The Matilda Candidate
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The Matilda Candidate

One candidate in the 2008 Australian Federal election who may well have escaped your attention, as he did everyone else's, was a man on a mission, a Don Quixote of our time. His platform was to change the national anthem to Waltzing Matilda when Australia becomes a republic.

This stu...

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The Oasis
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The Oasis

On any night in Australia, 22,000 teenagers are homeless. This film tells some of their stories. OASIS is a shelter for homeless young people in Surry Hills in inner-city Sydney. It is run by The Salvation Army. This observational documentary follows the daily lives of both the young people and t...

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The Passionate Apprentices
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The Passionate Apprentices

In the valley beneath Sleeping Beauty mountain, the people of the community have rediscovered the benefits of a small town economy. Families trade with one another, swapping foods they grow and things they make. Their lives are rich and varied. They value what they know and want to pass their ...

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The Prime Minister Is Missing
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The Prime Minister Is Missing

With Australia at war in Vietnam in 1967, suddenly Prime Minister Harold Holt disappeared without a trace - an event unparalleled in the history of western democracy. The nation was in shock and disbelief at the shattering news, hoping for a miracle for the man who famously declared it was 'all t...

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The Prime Ministers' National Treasures
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The Prime Ministers' National Treasures

Award winning cartoonist and yarn spinner Warren Brown reveals the emotional lives of Australian Prime Ministers through objects they used every day or even adored. The Prime Ministers' National Treasures is a resource that can be used with secondary students in: History, Politics, Art, Discover...

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The Sexual Life of Us
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The Sexual Life of Us

The Sexual Life of Us is a two-part documentary that explores how our sexual behaviour has changed over the last eighty years in Australia. The series is suitable for middle, senior and tertiary students in the following subject areas: Studies of Society and Environment, Health and Personal Deve...

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The Trial
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The Trial

The Trial is the inside story of Australia's biggest terrorism trial, which ran from February 2008 until the delivery of verdicts in September 2008. It takes the audience behind the scenes as barrister Greg Barns, solicitor Robert Stary and a large legal team battle to defend their clients. The t...

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The Wedding Makers
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The Wedding Makers

In days gone by, a wedding was a relatively straightforward family affair. The style, size and cost were largely dictated by the parents of the bride, after all, they were paying for it. But the Gen X and Y bride of today operates in a very different playing field. Magazines, websites, advertisem...

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The White Planet
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The White Planet

Unlike many recent nature documentaries, The White Planet focuses on the ebb and flow of life in the entire, frigid system of the north. While there is much concern about the rate of melting in the Arctic Circle, here we see only the lives of the creatures that thrive and survive in the planet's ...

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The Winner's Guide To The Nobel Prize
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The Winner's Guide To The Nobel Prize

What does it take to win a Nobel Prize? Guts? Brilliance? Eccentricity? This film travels behind the scenes of the world's most prestigious prize and into the minds of two of the people who have reached this pinnacle of excellence. This program will be of interest and relevance to students and te...

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Thursday's Fictions
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Thursday's Fictions

A post-modern hybrid film in which dance, music, drama and cinematography are blended together to create a work of art. The world of Thursday's Fictions is epic and intense. Richard James Allen likens the film to an opera given its flamboyant pageant of colour and texture, its exploration of gran...

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Tibet: Murder in the Snow
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Tibet: Murder in the Snow

In an IncIdent that shocked the world, a teenage tibetan nun, kelsang namtso, was killed when chinese border police opened fire on a group of pilgrims as they fled tibet over the infamous nangpa Pass in 2006. The shooting was witnessed by international mountain climbers, some of whom videotaped o...

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Twelve Canoes
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Twelve Canoes

Twelve Canoes is a website and DVD presentation of twelve linked short audio-visual pieces, some companion short videos to these twelve stories, 120 photographs and art pieces, and music files, that together paint a compelling portrait of the people, history, culture and place of the Yolngu peopl...

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Two Fists One Heart
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Two Fists One Heart

Two Fists, one Heart is a contemporary Australian drama set in Perth, Western Australia. While the film is about a young boxer and includes several sequences of boxing bouts and training, its strengths lie in its exploration of family life and what it means to be a young man growing up in Austral...

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Two in the Top End
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Two in the Top End

In this informative and entertaining series, Tim Flannery and John Doyle embark on a 4000-kilometre odyssey across the top of the continent. They discover massive modern mines and vast irrigation systems, mango farms and cattle ranches, rugged savannah and ancient fossil fields. It's a pristine n...

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Two Men And Two Babies
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Two Men And Two Babies

This documentary offers a fascinating insight into the question what is a family? It explores a less traditional way of conceiving and parenting a child, while at the same time demonstrating how this can be a very similar though more complex process for gay people than for people in traditional h...

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Two Men In A Tinnie
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Two Men In A Tinnie

Two Men in a Tinnie records a trip down the Murray and Darling Rivers by the humorist and writer Jon Doyle and the scientist and writer Dr Tim Flannery. Their journey takes them 5000 kilometres along the two great arteries that sustain the very heart of the country from the source of both rivers...

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Under The Hammer
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Under The Hammer

Under the Hammer follows the lives of buyers, sellers and real estate agents from week to week in the process of buying and selling their homes. The stories unfold through observational sequences and interviews with the main players at critical points in the drama. The filmmakers have gained extr...

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Utu
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Utu

The guide's activities are based on the achievement objectives in the New Zealand English curriculum. They may provide a starting point for teachers wishing to design a unit based on the film.

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Veiled Ambition
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Veiled Ambition

Frida is a young Lebanese woman with a thick Aussie accent and a dream of creating her own fashion empire. When she wins $4000 in a radio competition, Frida opens a shop in Sydney Road Coburg, hoping to create a fashion emporium for Islamic women. But business is slow. With creditors knocking at ...

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Voices From The Cape
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Voices From The Cape

Voices From The Cape is a two-part series which documents a genuinely exciting approach to engaging young people from at-risk communities and inspiring them to use their voices again. The study guide aims to assist educators and communities to use Voices from the Cape as a model for engaging mid...

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Vote Yes For Aborigines
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Vote Yes For Aborigines

Vote Yes for Aborigines is a documentary about the 1967 referendum and the fight for citizenship rights for Aboriginal people. It marks the fortieth anniversary of the occasion, celebrating its historical significance and contemporary relevance. The film is a useful resource for middle-senior se...

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Weeping Women
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Weeping Women

Weeping Women examines the phenomena of crying statues of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The study guide to accompany the program has been written for secondary students. It provides information and suggestions for learning activities in Religion and English.

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Whale Dreamers
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Whale Dreamers

With the current concerns over global warming and the future of humanity seemingly hanging in the balance, whaledreamers is the story of how an ancient whale dreaming Aboriginal tribe from Southern Australia comes back from the edge of extinction. It is a story of hope, awakening and reconciliati...

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Whale Patrol
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Whale Patrol

Whale Patrol concerns itself with problems encountered by Humpback and Southern Right Whales as they make their annual migration from Antarctica to the waters off the Western Australian coast. And the problems of the team charged with rescuing them from entanglement in fishing gear. It is suitabl...

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Whatever Happened to Brenda Hean?
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Whatever Happened to Brenda Hean?

In 1972, Brenda Hean was engaged in a fight to save Tasmania's beautiful Lake Pedder from damming for hydro-electricity. With 57-year-old pilot Max Price, she set off in a Tigermoth on a flight to Canberra to promote the cause. The plane disappeared, apparently not long after take-off. No bodies ...

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Whatever! The Science of Teens
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Whatever! The Science of Teens

Whatever! The Science of Teens is a five-part series which explores the science that drives adolescent behaviour. The science is explained by Australia's leading scientific and behavioural experts who comment along the way and conduct some unusual, but enlightening experiments. The teaching and ...

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