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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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Between A Frock and A Hard Place
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Between A Frock and A Hard Place

This is the story behind one of the world's most loved films: The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. It's about three unlikely hero-(ine)s from a backwater at the arse-end of the world daring to step up from the shadows in their shimmering sequined glory and be counted. It's the story ...

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Beyond The Royal Veil
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Beyond The Royal Veil

Beyond the Royal Veil is a documentary that takes us into the lives of two men from the Indian aristocracy. Both have undertaken a personal mission to preserve their cultural heritage and the traditions of their ancestors. This film would have relevance for senior secondary school students of Eco...

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Big All At Once
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Big All At Once

This documentary explores what it is like to be leaving school and suddenly having to make crucial choices about the rest of your life. Big All At Once will have relevance to students in the final years of their senior secondary schooling and at the beginning of their tertiary education or life i...

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Big Bad Love
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Big Bad Love

Comedian Becky Lucas, recently discovered that one of h best childhood friends Jess, had suffered years of horri c violence and abuse at the hands her partner. At the time Becky had suspected something might be wrong but she wasn't equipped to see what was happening and so did nothing. Becky stil...

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Big Boss
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Big Boss

Murrungga Island is situated in the top end of Arnhem Land in a group of islands known as The Crocodile Islands. This is where we find 95-year-old Laurie Baymarrwangga or as she is affectionately known, 'Big Boss', who was named Senior Australian of the Year in 2012. Big Boss is the story of this...

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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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Big Fella
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Big Fella

'Rodney is about to undergo revolutionary lap-band surgery.' Over and over this sentence has been dominating Rodney's thoughts, as he wonders about the journey he is about to embark on. What if this? What if that? Big Fella follows Rodney over a year as he radically transforms his life and become...

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Big Name No Blanket
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Big Name No Blanket

Big Name No Blanket tells the extraordinary story of George Rrurrambu, the lead singer of the pioneering Warumpi Band of the 1980s. George features as the charismatic frontman, who combined rock and roll, reggae, pop and traditional culture to spread the message about Indigenous contemporary issu...

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Birth Rites
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Birth Rites

Documents the different experiences of Indigenous women giving birth, from Aboriginal women in the arid outback of Australia to Inuit women in the icy regions. The documentary will be of relevance for students in the middle and senior years of secondary school, as well as tertiary students study...

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Birthplace of the Giants
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Birthplace of the Giants

This stunning documentary film follows the activities of scientists whose lifework is to learn more detail about the life cycle of the humpback whale using cutting edge technologies. Never before seen behaviours give the viewer close up experience of the private life of these marine giants, and i...

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Black Chicks Talking
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Black Chicks Talking

Six Indigenous Australian women meet for dinner. They discuss their lives in an intimate, sometimes harrowing, and joyful account. Themes of culture, identity and denial run through the womens' stories.

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Black Comedy: Series 2
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Black Comedy: Series 2

Black Comedy Series 2 (2016) is a sketch comedy series developed for the ABC, written by and starring some of the funniest Indigenous performers in the country. The performers use comedy to explore what it means to be Indigenous in contemporary Australia. The Australian Curriculum acknowledges Ab...

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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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Black Soldier Blues
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Black Soldier Blues

During the Second World War, from late 1941, an estimated one million American servicemen and women passed through or spent some time in Australia on their way to the Pacific Front. In Black Soldier Blues we see a focus on one element of that 'invasion', the experience of black servicemen. Blac...

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Blame
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Blame

Seeking justice And revenge, five friends violently attack a man in his remote country house. their plan: the perfect murder. confident that their victim's death by his own hand will not be questioned, they overdose him on sleeping pills, but it all goes horribly wrong when their attempt fails an...

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Blood Oath
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Blood Oath

Blood Oath reconstructs the Australian war crimes trials against the Japanese following WW2 and is loosely based on historical records.

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Blown Away
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Blown Away

On Christmas Eve 1974, Cyclone Tracy devastated Darwin. Tracy is one of the worst natural disasters to strike Australia, and the subsequent evacuation of most of the city's population was an extraordinary and highly contentious military-style operation that is unparalleled in our history. Now, 40...

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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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Boxing For Palm Island
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Boxing For Palm Island

In the late 1990s, Ray Dennis arrived on Palm Island, fleeing an alcohol problem and a failed marriage. The location may seem an odd choice, as the island does not exactly have a reputation as a tourist destination or retirement zone. It may also seem strange given that many of the problems on th...

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Bran Nue Dae
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Bran Nue Dae

It's the summer of 1969 and young Willie's life revolves around the idyllic old pearling port Broome, northern Western Australia - fishing, hanging out with his mates and, when he can, his girl Rosie. However, his mother Theresa has great hopes for him and sends him back to the religious mission ...

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Breaker Morant: The Retrial
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Breaker Morant: The Retrial

In 1902 two Australian soldiers were arrested for killing prisoners, held in prison, allowed access to a lawyer to prepare their defence only one day before the trial started, denied access to a key witness during the trial, found guilty, and sentenced to death. They were executed one day after t...

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Breaking Bows And Arrows
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Breaking Bows And Arrows

Tells the story of how the people of Bougainville have worked to reach a reconciliation after long years of bitter conflict and the death of twenty to thirty thousand villagers in the late 1980Õs.


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Breaking The Silence
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Breaking The Silence

Breaking the Silence is a documentary film from the producer and director of ABC's award-winning Code of Silence. It tells the story of the sex scandal within The Chabad-Lubavitch Ultra-Orthodox Jewish community in Melbourne and Sydney, a story which may not have come to light if it had not been ...

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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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Brilliant Creatures
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Brilliant Creatures

Robert Hughes: firebrand art critic. Clive James: memoirist, broadcaster, poet. Barry Humphries: savage satirist. Germaine Greer: feminist, libertarian. Exiles from Australia, all of them. With these spare, impeccably chosen words, the voice-over of Howard Jacobson opens the BBC/ABC documentary B...

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Bringing Uncle Home
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Bringing Uncle Home

In a surprising twist to the legacy of the Stolen Generation, an Aboriginal Elder re-buries his long-deceased uncle in 'Country'. This is the story of one Indigenous family's search for reconnection - a generation after it was torn apart by an Australian government policy of forcibly removing Abo...

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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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Buckskin
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Buckskin

Jack Buckskin grew up on a diet of family and football, before life-changing events led Jack on a new path. His life is now dedicated to renewing a once-strong Aboriginal language and culture, and to inspiring the people of Adelaide to connect with Kaurna - the language and culture of his ancesto...

Price: Free



 
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