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Fat Chance
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Fat Chance

Fat Chance is the story of Yuka Sekiguchi, a fat, 49-year-old single mother who decides to stop bingeing on pizza, to lose weight and to find love before she turns fifty. The study guide to accompany Fat Chance, a documentary by Fat Productions has been written for middle and senior secondary st...

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Feral Peril
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Feral Peril

Tasmania is one of the world's last great wildlife havens but its struggling native species are under threat from a feral fox invasion. Or are they? There's some nasty business going down in Australia's island state. A feral intruder is on the loose. He's cunning, deadly and a master of stealth, ...

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First Australians: A Fair Deal for A Dark Race - South-Eastern Australia (1937-1967), Ep 6 of 7
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First Australians: A Fair Deal for A Dark Race - South-Eastern Australia (1937-1967), Ep 6 of 7

First Australians is a seven-part documentary series telling the story of the birth of contemporary Australia from the perspective of its first people - the First Australians. It tells the story of white and black contact - co-operation and conflict - during the period 1788 to 1993 from the persp...

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First Australians: Freedom For Our Lifetime - Victoria (1860-1890), Ep 3 of 7
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First Australians: Freedom For Our Lifetime - Victoria (1860-1890), Ep 3 of 7

First Australians is a seven-part documentary series telling the story of the birth of contemporary Australia from the perspective of its first people - the First Australians. It tells the story of white and black contact - co-operation and conflict - during the period 1788 to 1993 from the persp...

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First Australians: Her Will To Survive - Tasmania (1803-1880), Ep 2 of 7
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First Australians: Her Will To Survive - Tasmania (1803-1880), Ep 2 of 7

First Australians is a seven-part documentary series telling the story of the birth of contemporary Australia from the perspective of its first people - the First Australians. It tells the story of white and black contact - co-operation and conflict - during the period 1788 to 1993 from the persp...

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First Australians: There Is No Other Law - Central Australia (1878-1897), Ep 4 of 7
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First Australians: There Is No Other Law - Central Australia (1878-1897), Ep 4 of 7

First Australians is a seven-part documentary series telling the story of the birth of contemporary Australia from the perspective of its first people - the First Australians. It tells the story of white and black contact - co-operation and conflict - during the period 1788 to 1993 from the persp...

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First Australians: They Have Come To Stay - Sydney and NSW (1788-1824), Ep 1 of 7
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First Australians: They Have Come To Stay - Sydney and NSW (1788-1824), Ep 1 of 7

First Australians is a seven-part documentary series telling the story of the birth of contemporary Australia from the perspective of its first people - the First Australians. It tells the story of white and black contact - co-operation and conflict - during the period 1788 to 1993 from the persp...

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First Australians: Unhealthy Government Experiment - Western Australia (1897-1937), Ep 5 of 7
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First Australians: Unhealthy Government Experiment - Western Australia (1897-1937), Ep 5 of 7

First Australians is a seven-part documentary series telling the story of the birth of contemporary Australia from the perspective of its first people - the First Australians. It tells the story of white and black contact - co-operation and conflict - during the period 1788 to 1993 from the persp...

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First Australians: We Are No Longer Shadows - Queensland and the Torres Strait Islands (1967-1993), Ep 7 of 7
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First Australians: We Are No Longer Shadows - Queensland and the Torres Strait Islands (1967-1993), Ep 7 of 7

First Australians is a seven-part documentary series telling the story of the birth of contemporary Australia from the perspective of its first people - the First Australians. It tells the story of white and black contact - co-operation and conflict - during the period 1788 to 1993 from the persp...

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Flight Of The Rhino
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Flight Of The Rhino

Flight of the Rhino will have application in primary and secondary Science and HSIE / Society and Culture. The film is about the conservation of the black rhino and the threats to its survival from the illegal trade of rhino horn. It is particularly appropriate for looking at threats to endangere...

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Footprints In The Sand
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Footprints In The Sand

Footprints in the Sand is a journey into the traditional heartland of the Gibson Desert in Western Australia. It is a story of love for family, country and culture. The film is a suitable resource for middle-upper secondary students in: Society and Environment, Australian History, Aboriginal S...

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Forbidden Lie$
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Forbidden Lie$

Forbidden Lie$ is an intriguing journey through the life and exploits of Norma Khouri, bestselling author of Forbidden Love. Khouri's book, an account of honour killings in Jordan, was published in sixteen countries and sold between 250,000 and 500,000 copies. But it would seem Khouri's life ha...

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Forgotten Silver
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Forgotten Silver

This film documents the extraordinary life of Colin McKenzie, pioneer NZ filmmaker. It also follows the equally fascinating contemporary story of how the work of this forgotten genius was brought to light. Written and directed by Costa Botes and Peter Jackson.

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Frank and Daz Take on the World
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Frank and Daz Take on the World

Frank and Daz Take On the World is an inspiring account of friendship. The subjects of the documentary, Frank Surgener and Daryl Howe, affirm that it is worth chasing your dream and all the more fulfilling when you share the experience with your best mate. Frank and Daz Take On the World also bro...

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Frohe Ostern! (Happy Easter!)
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Frohe Ostern! (Happy Easter!)

A story of joyful Easter camping rituals celebrating how a group of German families have made their home in Australia over the last 40 years. The study guide is mainly aimed at middle and upper secondary school levels, with relevance to English, Media Studies, Drama, History, SOSE, Civics, Perso...

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Gallipoli Submarine
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Gallipoli Submarine

Gallipoli Submarine is a documentary film about the incredible but true story of an Australian World War One submarine, the AE2, and its role in the Gallipoli landing. Lost in the Dardanelles for nearly 100 years, the story of the AE2 is told with dramatic re-enactment accompanied by modern day ...

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Gallipoli's Deep Secrets
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Gallipoli's Deep Secrets

Gallipoli's Deep secrets explores the Gallipoli campaign through the discovery of several sunken ships lost during the campaign. In what was to become one of the bloodiest and most futile battles of the modern era, the discoverer of the Titanic, Dr Robert Ballard, wants to find out why the campa...

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Global Haywire
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Global Haywire

Global Haywire is a semi-animated documentary about the state of the modern world. It is a very broad-brush overview that raises issues about the nature and future of the world today, and especially the current east-west divide that is characterised by 'terrorism'. The film could be used for sen...

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God On My Side
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God On My Side

Andrew Denton, best known in Australia for his award-winning ABC Television interview program Enough Rope, went with a film crew to the 63rd National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Dallas, Texas in 2006. Over four days they filmed some of the proceedings and Denton interviewed a number of t...

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Golden Sandals: The Art Of Reg Mombassa
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Golden Sandals: The Art Of Reg Mombassa

A film about the life and work of artist and rock star Reg Mombassa. Many people have heard about Reg's work designing rude T-shirts for Mambo or his earlier work with rock band Mental As Anything. This film examines the lesser known fine art which Reg produces. Golden Sandals would have relev...

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Gone To A Good Home
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Gone To A Good Home

For three decades, from the 1950s to the 1970s, Australian authorities pressured many unmarried mothers to give up their babies for adoption into what they considered 'better' homes - those of married couples. At a time when society had no place for single mothers and their illegitimate children,...

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Goodbye Pork Pie
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Goodbye Pork Pie

Two young men set out on a thousand-mile escapade in a tiny, yellow, stolen car. Goodbye Pork Pie is the exciting story of two very different young men - and of their incredible (and often very funny) thousand mile journey in a very small, stolen, yellow car.
The guide's activities are base...

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Goodbye Revolution
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Goodbye Revolution

Sometimes we see a piece of art and wonder about the artist; just who are they and where did they learn their unique style? When filmmaker Esben Storm, who was born in Denmark, heard that Chinese artist Shen Jiawei had painted an official portrait of Princess Mary to present to the royal family o...

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Gough Whitlam: In His Own Words
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Gough Whitlam: In His Own Words

Gough Whitlam: In His Own Words is a 90 minute documentary, filmed early in 2002, in which former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam is interviewed by ALP Senator John Faulkner. Faulkner entered the Senate in 1989 following the resignation of Senator Arthur Gietzelt and has been Leader of the Oppositio...

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Gourmet Farmer
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Gourmet Farmer

Ever wondered what it would be like to leave an extremely cushy job in the city and try to set up a small farm? Join Matthew Evans on his farm in Tasmanias Huon valley as he adjusts from being Australia's most feared restaurant critic to learning exactly where his food is coming from. This study ...

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Great Australian Albums
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Great Australian Albums

This series about Australian music explores the work of four bands. Each episode is as different as the bands being profiled. Taken together the programs provide a fascinating insight into the history and development of Australian contemporary music from the 1970s to the present. The series will...

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Growing Up and Going Home
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Growing Up and Going Home

Alemayehu, Sisay and Eleni are three young Ethiopians who were adopted by an extended Australian family in the mid 1990s. Ten years on, the two brothers (aged 19 and 16) and their 14-year-old sister are returning to their homeland - with their adoptive parents and siblings - to reconnect with the...

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Heartbreak Science
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Heartbreak Science

Since ancient times, the heart was seen as the source of the emotions while the brain was the rational organ. Heartbreak Science is a fascinating exploration of a new area of medical science and of the differing responses to new knowledge. The program will have interest and relevance for teachers...

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Hey Hey It's Esther Blueburger
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Hey Hey It's Esther Blueburger

This film is a smart, rueful and dead-on portrait of life's unending quest to fit in...and the girl who solves it by completely breaking out. Esther Blueburger is seeking something far more ambitious, essential and exhilirating - to defy the chaos, unfairness and absurdity of the world with her ...

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Hidden Treasures With Betty Churcher
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Hidden Treasures With Betty Churcher

The National Gallery of Australia has more than 100,000 works in its collection - an extraordinary reservoir of creative vision and cultural history, from decorative arts to photography and sculpture. In this series of micro-docs, former director of the gallery Betty Churcher presents an insider...

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