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Australian Biography: Ted Egan
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Australian Biography: Ted Egan

Ted Egan's career has ranged from working with remote Aboriginal communities to songwriter, historian, entertainer and the Northern Territory's top job of Administrator. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at secondary and tertiary levels. Curriculum links incl...

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Australian Biography: Tom Bass
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Australian Biography: Tom Bass

Tom Bass is one of Australia's leading sculptors, having created many of the country's most significant public works. His commissions include pieces for the National Library, Canberra's Civic Square and numerous churches and universities. However, none of his sculptures are in art gallery collect...

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Ayen's Cooking School For African Men
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Ayen's Cooking School For African Men

Ayen's Cooking School for African Men provides an insight into the difficulties of blending two vastly different cultures. The study guide to accompany Ayen's Cooking School for African Men, a documentary by Vida Films, has been written for secondary students. It provides information and suggest...

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Baby Boom To Bust
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Baby Boom To Bust

The world is on the brink of an extraordinary turning point: for the first time in the history of our planet, old people will soon outnumber the young. in affluent western countries the birth rate has slumped and it seems as if all of humanity is ageing. the two-part series Baby Boom To Bust expl...

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Bastardy
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Bastardy

Provocative, funny and profoundly moving, Bastardy is the inspirational story of a self- proclaimed Robin Hood of the streets. For forty years and with infectious humour and optimism, Jack Charles has juggled a life of crime with another successful career - acting. Bastardy would be enjoyed by ...

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Beneath Hill 60
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Beneath Hill 60

Beneath Hill 60 is an Australian feature film set underneath the trenches of World War One. This never-before-told Australian story takes place during 1916 and 1917, when Queensland miner Captain Oliver Woodward - under-trained and never having faced hostile fire before - finds himself on the Wes...

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Best Undressed
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Best Undressed

Best Undressed is a film about a beauty pageant ... with a difference. The contestants perform nude to win the title of Miss Nude Australia. But this documentary is about more than tits and bums. This is a world of glitz and glamour peopled by colourful characters whose take on the sex industry i...

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Betelnut Bisnis
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Betelnut Bisnis

In Betelnut Bisnis, the central character, Lukas Kaima, from Chimbu Province, is living in Goroka, the main town in the neighbouring Eastern Highlands. Like an increasing number of Papua New Guineans he is living away from his clan lands. With its gentle and absorbing revelations of basic human ...

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Big Dreamers
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Big Dreamers

When the local sugar industry in the Queensland town of Tully is crippled by Brazil's decision to dump its sugar on the world market in the 1990s, times became tough for the cane farmers and the traders in town. Come 2002, the town decides it needs something big to economically reinvigorate the o...

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Black Sheep
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Black Sheep

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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Bombora: The Story of Australian Surfing
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Bombora: The Story of Australian Surfing

With their archival style documentary series, Bombora, filmmakers Paul Clarke, Nick Carroll and Greg Appel have created a wildly entertaining account of surfing in Australia. This is social history at its best: passionate, detailed and thought-provoking. The series has relevance to Australian H...

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Bright Star
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Bright Star

Bright Star tells the story of John Keats, the English Romantic poet, and Fanny Brawne, his love and inspiration. London 1818: a secret love affair begins between 23-year-old English poet, John Keats, and the girl next door, Fanny Brawne, an outspoken student of fashion. The unlikely pair start ...

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Brumby Horse Run Wild
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Brumby Horse Run Wild

Horses were brought to Australia 200 years ago as servants and loyal friends. Having served faithfully in work and war they were turned loose. There are now more wild horses in Australia than any other continent on earth.

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Bush Slam
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Bush Slam

Bush Slam: three days, two poets, one town ... finding the heartbeat of the nation in verse. Our host H.G. Nelson (Greig Pickhaver) is at the helm of the Bush Slam bus, each episode taking two very different artists to explore a rural community and meet its people. Each is given just three days t...

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Capitalist Drive
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Capitalist Drive

A very personal account of one family and its links across two continents and three generations, despite political divides. In Capitalist Drive, award-winning filmmaker Barbara Chobocky turns the camera on her own extended family to discover how ordinary people cope with social and personal uphea...

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Captain Cook: Obsession and Discovery
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Captain Cook: Obsession and Discovery

High adventure, triumph and tragedy as we journey around the world in the wake of one of the greatest explorers of all time - James Cook. Curriculum links include SOSE/HSIE, particularly in History; Geography, English and Media Studies.

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Carbon Cops
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Carbon Cops

Carbon Cops is a series of six 26 minute episodes that show how awareness and technology can be combined in simple and practical terms to help people reduce their own carbon footprint and tackle the problem of greenhouse gas emissions. The series is appropriate for use in upper primary and secon...

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Cassowaries
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Cassowaries

The cassowary is found in the forests of Northern Queensland and New Guinea, a bird almost as large as an ostrich, more dramatic than an emu and with a remarkable lifestyle. This documentary focuses on the life of this endangered creature and on the threats to it, both natural and human. The pr...

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Catching Cancer
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Catching Cancer

One in three of us will get cancer at some stage in our lives. From the moment of diagnosis, the common cry is, 'why me?' We blame our genes, our environment and our lifestyle, but could we be overlooking another crucial cause of cancer? The study guide is mainly aimed at middle and upper second...

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Celebrity: Dominick Dunne
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Celebrity: Dominick Dunne

Celebrity is a behind-the-scenes look at Dominick Dunne, one of the world's greatest celebrities of print journalism. This 85-minute feature documentary offers an account of the life and times of Dunne, of what lies beneath a life, much of it told in his own words. This 82-year-old writer who cov...

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Change The World In 5 Minutes
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Change The World In 5 Minutes

Change the World in 5 Minutes is a cross-platform initiative to explore how individual and community action can make a difference in simple, achievable ways. The initiative was launched with nine short films and published on the web www.sbs.com.au/changetheworld. The nine projects include animati...

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China Avant-Garde
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China Avant-Garde

This fascinating and visually arresting documentary on the Chinese contemporary art scene tracks the vast social upheaval that has marked China's emergence as a global power. Art historian and dealer Evan Hughes takes us on a journey to meet some of the country's most exciting avant-garde artist...

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Community Cop
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Community Cop

On one of the toughest beats in town, a cop lays down his gun and takes up a new style of policing. Community Cop follows Constable Andrew 'AJ' Allen working with the young African refugee community in the Flemington high-rise estate in inner city Melbourne. Curriculum links include English, Med...

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Constructing Australia: A Wire Through the Heart
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Constructing Australia: A Wire Through the Heart

The story of the struggle to cross a vast continent and build the telegraph line that would bring Australia to the world and the world to Australia. Curriculum links include Australian History, Studies of Society and the Environment, Australian Studies, Civics and Citizenship, Technology & Appli...

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Constructing Australia: Pipe Dreams
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Constructing Australia: Pipe Dreams

This is a story of personal tragedy, political rivalries, corruption and trial by media that nearly tore apart Australia at the moment of its birth. Curriculum links include Australian History, Studies of Society and Environment (WA: Culture, Active Citizenship, Place & Space, Resources, ICP, T...

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Constructing Australia: The Bridge
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Constructing Australia: The Bridge

Celebrating the 75th anniversary of one of Australia's most loved icons, this is the definitive story of the building of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the vision of those who made it happen, despite their personal conflicts and political intrigues. This program will have interest and relevance f...

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Contact
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Contact

In 1964, Yuwali was seventeen when her first contact with whitefellas was filmed. Now sixty-two, she tells the story behind this extraordinary footage. Contact is constructed around one of the most compelling pieces of footage in Australian history: the moment in 1964 when a group of Martu women...

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Cool Aid: The National Carbon Test (Primary)
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Cool Aid: The National Carbon Test (Primary)

Cool Aid: The National Carbon Test is a special program on the issue of climate change. It challenges every Australian to ask: What is MY place in the carbon cycle and climate change? The focus is particularly on the way in which individuals might be able to make a difference to what is happening...

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Cool Aid: The National Carbon Test (Secondary)
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Cool Aid: The National Carbon Test (Secondary)

Cool Aid is a special program on the issue of climate change. It challenges every Australian to ask: What is MY place in the carbon cycle and climate change? The focus is particularly on the way in which individuals might be able to make a difference to what is happening in the world through our ...

Price: Free



Cracking the Colour Code
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Cracking the Colour Code

Taking the globe as its canvas, and drawing on science, history, art and other disciplines, Cracking the Colour Code is a visually stunning exploration of how we view colours, how we make them, and the meanings they hold in our world. There are three one-hour episodes, with each episode focusing ...

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