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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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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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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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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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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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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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Dinosaurs on Ice
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Dinosaurs on Ice

In 2007, a group of Australian paleontologists arrived in Alaska to team up with local scientists and mining engineers. Their aim was to recreate the conditions of a successful dig in Australia, at Dinosaur Cove on the Victorian coast. They would burrow into a cliff on the banks of the Colville R...

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Dirt Game
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Dirt Game

Enter the dramatic and dangerous world of Australia's most vital and dangerous pursuit - Mining. As an ill-matched team strive to save an aging but proud Australian mining company, they must overcome their own prejudice and fears while facing life-changing situations for them- selves and those ar...

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Divorce Stories
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Divorce Stories

Divorce Stories is a three-part documentary series that takes a close-up and personal look at divorce as people reveal their experiences, from marriage to break-up, conflict to compromise. We go inside homes, mediation offices and the courtroom to hear from couples, their children, judges and a p...

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Do Not Resuscitate
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Do Not Resuscitate

A film about the truths people face when they have to deal with their mortality. We follow three very different people, Steve, Mary and Judy whose lives are driven by suffering over eighteen months. They want the right to choose how and when they die. In Australia assisting them to die is illega...

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Donkey In Lahore
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Donkey In Lahore

This is a documentary film about falling in love with a person from a culture and society whose values and language are different to your own. Filmed over five years in an observational style in both Pakistan and Australia, Donkey in Lahore offers a fascinating insight into the joys and difficult...

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Downunder Grads
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Downunder Grads

It's the start of the semester at one of Australia's top universities and 37,000 students, are about to embark on their studies. University is make or break time; a time that can change people forever. From free education in the 1980s to HECS fee debt and a large increase in full fee paying stude...

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East of Everything
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East of Everything

East of Everything is a six-part drama about families, set in the northern rivers area of New South Wales. It follows the story of the Watkins boys (Art and Vance) and their struggles to come to some kind of accommodation with their past, the land they have inherited and one another. Filmed on lo...

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East of Everything: Series 2
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East of Everything: Series 2

This the second series of a television drama about families, values and relationships set in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales. Building on the drama of the six episodes of Series 1, this series continues to follow the Watkins boys, their family, friends and local communicy. However...

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East West 101: Series 2
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East West 101: Series 2

This is the second season of the award-winning police drama series East West 101. There are seven one-hour episodes in this season, following the work and lives of the members of a Major Crime Squad operating in Sydney's inner west. A new character cen- tral to the dramatic tension is Agent Richa...

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Echoes Across The Divide
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Echoes Across The Divide

Echoes Across the Divide, by Australian filmmaker Adam Sebire is a contemporary 52min documentary. It deals with young people using culture as a means to address a situation where politics seems to have failed: the 40-year old Cyprus conflict, between Cypriots of Turkish and Greek ethnicity. The...

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Eco House Challenge
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Eco House Challenge

On Eco House Challenge two suburban, Australian families are about to find out what it takes to help save the planet. Over several weeks, while still living their normal lives, the families must radically reduce consumption in four eco hot-spots - Energy, Water, Transport and Waste - or face the ...

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Elders: Series 2
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Elders: Series 2

'Where is the knowledge we have lost in information? Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge?' (T.S. Eliot). This quote from T.S. Eliot inspired Andrew Denton to ask prominent elders what they had learnt from life so far. The second series of Elders explores six very different lives in sea...

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Embedded with Nationalists
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Embedded with Nationalists

What is Australian nationalism? Embedded with Nationalists explores the complexities of Australian nationalism. Do you have to be born here to be able to claim the title of 'true blue Aussie'? What is expected from people who migrate here in order for them to be truly accepted? How does self dete...

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Embedded with Sheik Hilaly
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Embedded with Sheik Hilaly

Dave Zwolenski is 26 years old and white. He likes girls, drinking beer and eating bacon. Raised a Catholic, these days Dave prefers to stay away from religion altogether. Sheik Taj el-din al Hilaly is 66, Egyptian-born and very Muslim. He likes praying and drinking 'man tea' (his own special...

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Embedded with the Murri Mob
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Embedded with the Murri Mob

Sarah-Jane Woulahan is a political activist and firmly believes that if you don't agree with something, you should stand-up and do something about it. In the past, Sarah-Jane has protested for Aboriginal rights, but now realises it's not enough and for all her activism, she has only one Aborigina...

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End of the Rainbow
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End of the Rainbow

End of the Rainbow explores the impact of large-scale industrial gold mining on local communities in a remote region of Guinea, West Africa. The film looks at what happens when a massive international enterprise arrives in an area in which gold is already a significant element of the local econom...

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Enough Rope's Gallipoli: Brothers In Arms
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Enough Rope's Gallipoli: Brothers In Arms

EnoughRope's Gallipoli: Brothers in Arms is the result of a visit by Andrew Denton to Gallipoli in 2006 for ANZAC Day, 25 April. The documentary uses historical footage and photographs, extracts from soldiers' letters and diaries, and modern-day on-site interviews with Australian and Turkish expe...

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Every Family's Nightmare
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Every Family's Nightmare

This is the shocking inside story of a family's fight to free their 15-year-old son after he is wrongly accused of rape. A horrifying tale of lies, deception and the high cost of justice, Every Family's Nightmare exposes serious systemic, procedural and cultural flaws in Australia's criminal just...

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Eye For Architecture
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Eye For Architecture

Eye For Architecture journeys into the world of cutting-edge architecture in australia and asia through the lens of renowned architectural photographer John Gollings. a Gollings photograph can turn an ordinary building into art, helping it get published or win an award. We join Gollings on a jour...

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Fairweather Man
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Fairweather Man

Fairweather Man is a film that could best be described as a visual symphony - a highly crafted, intimate, portrait of the life and work of one of Australia's greatest painters. The filmmakers have focused on a fascinating and enthralling subject, a complex and dark character, an inspired seer, c...

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Family Footsteps: Series 1
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Family Footsteps: Series 1

Many Australians know very little about their family's cultural history and have never visited their parents' and grandparents' homelands. This realisation provided the inspiration for Family Footsteps. Four young Australians would learn about the lives they may have lived if their family had rem...

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Family Footsteps: Series 2
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Family Footsteps: Series 2

People from over 185 different countries have made Australia their home. Our multicultural identity is based on their sacrifices and contributions. But many Australians know very little about their family's cultural history and have never visited their parents' or grandparents' homelands. This ga...

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