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Lucy Culliton's Big Skies
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Lucy Culliton's Big Skies

A documentary about an Australian painter working on landscape paintings of the country where she lives. It follows Culliton as she paints the big, drought-tarnished skies, and she talks about her art as we see her working on the paintings both outdoors and in her studio. Culliton is a major Aust...

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Mad Hot Ballroom
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Mad Hot Ballroom

Mad Hot Ballroom is an inspiring documentary series about Dancing Classrooms a ballroom dancing program in New York City public schools. The series profiles fifth grade students from three schools, tracing their journey into the world of ballroom dancing as they prepare for a city-wide competiti...

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Making Babies
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Making Babies

Making Babies is a two-part series about different ways to have a baby and the ways in which children born of donor conceptions deal with the complex legal and personal issues of being the child of at least one non-biological parent. The inspiration for the documentary came from the radical chang...

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Mao's Last Dancer
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Mao's Last Dancer

Directed by acclaimed Australian filmmaker Bruce Beresford, Mao's Last Dancer brings the captivating and inspirational story of Li Cunxin to the screen. Li began life in a desperately poor village in Qingdao in north-east China, amidst the chaos and turmoil of Mao's Cultural Revolution. During hi...

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Mask and Memory: Sidney Nolan
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Mask and Memory: Sidney Nolan

Mask and Memory is a film produced and directed by Catherine Hunter. It is based on a retrospective of Sidney Nolan's work, curated by Barry Pearce, that opened at the Art Gallery of New South Wales in 2007 - an exhibition that travelled around the major art galleries of Australia in 2008. It is ...

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Maverick Mother
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Maverick Mother

Solo motherhood is now on the verge of becoming chic in the west, a sign of ultimate reproductive independence for women. This documentary taps into a very current and contentious debate about many women's inability to find a suitable and willing male partner with whom they can have children. The...

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Mawson: Life and Death in Antarctica
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Mawson: Life and Death in Antarctica

The Douglas Mawson Antarctic Expedition of 1912 is one of the most amazing feats of physical and mental endurance of all time. After an horrific journey across hundreds of kilometres of frozen wasteland, during which his two companions perished, the world was amazed to hear that Douglas Mawson ha...

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Monash: The Forgotten Anzac
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Monash: The Forgotten Anzac

One of the most brilliant generals of World War I and an architect of Anzac Day, Sir John Monash helped create the Anzac legend by ensuring the courage of his men was enshrined in Australian history. Today he is all but forgotten. Monash: The Forgotten Anzac explores the character and achievement...

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My Biggest Fan
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My Biggest Fan

My Biggest Fan is the story of what happens when Tara Morice, star of Strictly Ballroom, meets her biggest fan, Mildred Levine, a 75-year-old, lip-synching great grandmother from Coconut Creek, Florida. The study guide to accompany the documentary has been written for secondary students. It prov...

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My Brother Vinnie
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My Brother Vinnie

My Brother Vinnie is a 24-minute documentary about two brothers - acclaimed Aboriginal actor Aaron Pedersen, and Vinnie Pedersen, who has cerebral palsy and an intellectual disability. The story is told by Aaron, and is an exploration of his relationship with Vinnie. My Brother Vinnie would be an...

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My Family Feast
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My Family Feast

Sharing a meal with someone else's family is an insightful experience. My Family Feast invites us to feast with award-winning chef Sean Connolly and some of Australia's most culturally diverse families. This study guide has been written for junior, middle and senior secondary students. It provid...

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My Life As I Live It
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My Life As I Live It

Essie Coffey's first film, My Survival as an Aboriginal is now a classic. It introduced us to the life of her family and her community in far northwest New South Wales. Essie's second film returns to her home in Dodge City fifteen years later. There Essie and the A-Team are nominating for the loc...

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My Survival As An Aboriginal
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My Survival As An Aboriginal

My Survival As An Aboriginal delves beneath surface appearances to reveal a strong resistance to assimilation and loss of identity, as the late Essie Coffey, a Muruwarri woman, takes us into the Aboriginal struggle for survival. This film will have interest and relevance for teachers and student...

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Naked On The Inside
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Naked On The Inside

Naked on the Inside comes at a time when the Western world has never been more obsessed with body image. This fresh and unnerving feature-length documentary asks a simple, but audacious question: Beyond our clothes and skin, who are we? This film will be of interest to secondary students from mi...

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Navy Divers
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Navy Divers

Navy Divers is a four- part documentary film following an intake of Australian sailors seeking to become Naval Clearance Divers. This observational action-packed series is a warts-and-all account of what it takes to become a clearance diver in the navy, following twenty-seven men as they attempt ...

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Ned Kelly Uncovered
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Ned Kelly Uncovered

Join Tony Robinson on an archaeological dig unearthing details of Ned Kelly's infamous last gun battle in 1880. The film follows the first ever excavation of the Glenrowan Inn site where the iconic Australian bushranger and his gang holed up for a showdown with police. The dramatic siege - whic...

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Nerves of Steel
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Nerves of Steel

It's not for the faint-hearted. It's a head-first, full-throttle slide down a winding, icy track, with brutal consequences when things go wrong. It's the recently rediscovered sport of skeleton. And, for four fearless young women from Australia's beaches, it's their unexpected chance at Olympic g...

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Never Say Die Matildas
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Never Say Die Matildas

Follows the Australian Women's Football Team during a rollercoaster year in which, against all odds, they became one of the nation's most successful sporting teams. The study guide is mainly aimed at middle and upper secondary school levels, and could also be applied to tertiary level, with rele...

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New Zealand Film Commission Study Guide
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New Zealand Film Commission Study Guide

This resource, focusing on the New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC), is designed to support teaching in Level 3 Media Studies related to the New Zealand film industry.


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Newcastle
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Newcastle

It's a week before the Junior Surf Pro final. Jesse (Lachlan Buchanan) is determined to snatch the title from his best mate, Andy (Kirk Jenkins). Victory would mean a one-way ticket out of Newcastle and a career beyond his pre-destined future - working on the coal barges with his father Reggie (S...

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Ngati
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Ngati

In a remote seaside village, a stranger becomes involved in public and personal crises

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Nigger Lovers
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Nigger Lovers

Nigger Lovers is a documentary about a fight to replace sign on a Toowoomba sports grandstand - the E.S. 'Nigger' Brown stand. After first seeing the sign with his family in 1999, Stephen Hagan was shocked and appalled by it and decided to take action, firstly against the sports club, then the ...

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No. 2
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No. 2

The heart has gone out of the Nanna Maria's family.No more passion.No more parties.They don't even bother to fight anymore. And Nanna Maria has had enough. The guide's activities are based on the achievement objectives in the New Zealand English curriculum. They may provide a starting point for t...

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Not All Tea And Scones
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Not All Tea And Scones

Not All Tea and Scones is a 4-part series about the state of the bush as viewed through the prism of one organization, the Country Women's Association. The series is a gentle/sad portrait of a life that's fading fast, told through the stories of rural women as they prepare for the annual The Land...

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Not Forgotten
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Not Forgotten

Not Forgotten tells the stories of some of the men commemorated on World War One memorials around Australia. It examines the legacy of grief, loss and remembrance, to ensure that, more than ninety years on, these men are not forgotten. Some of their individual and family stories are vividly broug...

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Not Quite Art: Series 1
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Not Quite Art: Series 1

This series is a funky, lively and engaging exploration of contemporary art, in all its many varied, post-modern guises. It is fast-paced and dynamic, capturing the commitment and sometimes anarchic exuberance of the huge range of artists featured. At the heart of Not Quite Art are two fascinati...

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Not Quite Hollywood
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Not Quite Hollywood

This feature-length documentary tells the wildly entertaining story of Australian exploitation cinema from the 1970s and 1980s. Not Quite Hollywood is a valuable addition to any secondary school film course, giving us the first detailed examination of Australian genre cinema from the 1970s and '...

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Once Bitten
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Once Bitten

A two-part series looking at the complicated ways in which we live and love in the twenty-first century. Four brave families invite us into their homes and lives as they negotiate second-time round relationships and the challenges, risks and opportunities they bring. The series has relevance to...

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Out Of The Blue
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Out Of The Blue

On November 13th 1990, in the small NZ seaside town of Aramoana, local man David Gray took a high-powered automatic weapon and shot dead 13 people. It remains the worst mass murder in NZ's history. The guide's activities are based on the achievement objectives in the New Zealand English curriculu...

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Papa Bilong Chimbu
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Papa Bilong Chimbu

In 1937 a young Catholic missionary, Father John Nilles (1905-1993), arrived in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea. There he would stay for the next fifty-four years, living with the people of Chimbu, learning their language and way of life, introducing them to his God and West- ern culture. More ...

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