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Paper Dolls: Australian Pin-Ups of World War Two
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Paper Dolls: Australian Pin-Ups of World War Two

Paper Dolls explores the intriguing phenomenon of the World War Two pin-up. The film draws on the recollections of three former Australian pin-up girls, as well as a number of veterans. These now elderly men remember how the pictures of wholesome bathing beauties boosted morale and raised their s...

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Planet Earth: Great Plains
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Planet Earth: Great Plains

Grass is the engine that powers all life on land and the great swathes of grass that blanket the plains of the earth are the focus of this seventh episode. Nothing living on earth can exist without the grass, or at least some similar green species. The series is suitable for middle secondary stu...

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Planet Earth: Ice Worlds
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Planet Earth: Ice Worlds

Episode six examines the two poles of Planet Earth, the frigid zones of the far north and south. The north and south poles are very different systems, sharing little more than a climate. Antarctica is a giant continent crushed beneath the weight of ice kilometres thick while the Arctic is the exa...

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Planet Earth: Jungles
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Planet Earth: Jungles

Jungles, or rainforests as we tend to call them in Australia, are one of the most unusual, special and precious ecosystems on the planet. They are not pleasant places for people to live, being rich in wild foods but also poor in soil, rich in insects that bite, predatory fungi and trees that stin...

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Planet Earth: Ocean Deep
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Planet Earth: Ocean Deep

The deep oceans, the pelagic zone covers more than half our planet's surface and is one of the least explored areas. Much of it is simply an empty blackness but the upper reaches are a vital part of the earth's habitat and climatic systems and even the deepest, darkest zones hold some remarkable ...

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Planet Earth: Seasonal Forests
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Planet Earth: Seasonal Forests

Few ecosystems on this planet can offer a stable year-round ecosystem and some of the most dramatic variations are found in the seasonal forests, the coniferous and deciduous forest which must adapt to sometimes extreme shifts in climate. Not only must the trees themselves cope with the seasons b...

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Planet Earth: Shallow Seas
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Planet Earth: Shallow Seas

The continents are fringed by continental shelves, waters up to 200 metres deep that may stretch out hundreds of kilometres before plunging to the abyssal depths. While they are less than ten percent of the world's ocean areas, they hold the vast majority of marine life because this is where we f...

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PNG: The Rules of the Game
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PNG: The Rules of the Game

How do you impose Western democracy on a land of 800 nations - and with no sense of being a single country? How do you get people who speak twelve per cent of the world's languages to speak with one voice about their own affairs? How do you convince the people of Papua New Guinea that Western dem...

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Podlove
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Podlove

Podlove explores how digital communications affect relationships between lovers, friends or strangers. Podlove is an innovative series of five documentaries of five minutes each produced for television and online. The study guide provides background information, discussion questions and suggesti...

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Policing the Pacific
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Policing the Pacific

The Australian Federal Police find adventure and challenges in the region as they join the multinational police force known as the Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomon Islands (RAMSI) and embark on a tour of duty to East Timor. Curriculum links include Studies of Society and Environment, H...

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Race For The Beach
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Race For The Beach

Mecca Laalaa is a 20-year-old girl any parent would be proud of: University graduate, helpful eldest sibling, community minded and moderately religious. What she isn't is a swimmer. Yet this hijab-wearing Muslim girl sets her heart on becoming a surf lifesaver at Cronulla, the Sydney suburb famou...

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Rain Of The Children
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Rain Of The Children

Vincent Ward weaves drama with documentary to unravel the extraordinary story of Puhi, the Tuhoe woman who welcomed the young filmmaker into her home in 1978. The activities in this guide are based on the achievement objectives presented in the Ministry of Education document, 'English in the New ...

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Rampant: How A City Stopped A Plague
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Rampant: How A City Stopped A Plague

Rampant, is a fascinating account of the triumph of political pragmatism. It looks back at the history of 1980s public health policy responses to the threat of an AIDS epidemic in Australia. The so-called Australian Model focused primarily on realistic strategies to prevent the spread of infectio...

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Rare Chicken Rescue
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Rare Chicken Rescue

Join Queensland farmer Mark Tully on an epic "chicken chase" to save rare breeds of poultry. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at secondary and tertiary levels. curriculum links include English, Media, Health Sciences, General Science, Biology, Health and Pe...

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Raul The Terrible
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Raul The Terrible

Looks at the Argentinian activist, Raul Castells. In a 'warts-and-all' approach we see several of his confrontations with government and big business, as well as a look at his home and the hovels of his poverty-stricken supporters' slums. The film explores a clash between the powerless and the p...

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Rescue Special Ops
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Rescue Special Ops

They are The elite of the elite - heroes who risk their lives to rescue others. They are the men and women of rescue Special operations. experienced paramedics in peak physical condition, they're skilled in abseiling, rock climbing, surf and sea rescue, 4WD driving, and fire brigade procedures. T...

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Riot or Revolution
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Riot or Revolution

Riot or Revolution is a documentary film about the Eureka Stockade - the only time in Australian history when armed forces have clashed violently under opposing flags. It is appropriate for students at middle to upper secondary levels in: Australian History, English, Society and Environment (Tim...

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Risking Our Kids
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Risking Our Kids

Risking our Kids is a documentary about how children are raised in Australia and how this affects their physical and mental health. Despite good intentions and increasing affluence, we are nowhere near getting it right. In fact, many health problems more often associated with adults are now being...

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River of No Return
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River of No Return

Frances Daingangan is a 45 year old Yolngu woman from the Gupapuyngu tribe in north-east Arnhem Land. She now lives in the remote community of Ramingining. As a young girl Frances dreamed of becoming a movie star. She was told it was ridiculous for a Yolngu girl to have such ambitious fantasie...

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River Queen
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River Queen

The film is an intimate story set in an epic context in which a young woman finds herself on both sides of the battle lines during the wars between British and Maori soldiers in 1860s New Zealand. The guide's activities are based on the achievement objectives in the New Zealand English curriculum...

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Rock + Roll Nerd: The Tim Minchin Story
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Rock + Roll Nerd: The Tim Minchin Story

At the 2005 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, no-one's heard of Tim Minchin, a young musician who in a last-ditch attempt to get noticed decides to give comedy a go. He needs to start to make an income if his childhood sweetheart, now his wife, is to get her way and start a family. This wi...

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Rodney's Robot Revolution
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Rodney's Robot Revolution

Come on a nail-biting journey as robot scientist Rodney Brooks attempts to build a robot as sophisticated as a human being. For nearly a hundred years, science fiction has heralded a brave new world of robots. For scientists, the reality of that dream is much harder to achieve - but there are pi...

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Rogue Nation
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Rogue Nation

Historian Michael Cathcart tells the epic story of how the colourful characters of early colonial Australia transformed a penal settlement into a land with rights and opportunity in a mere 40 years. This sweeping two-part dramatised documentary covers formative events in Australia's history, incl...

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Roller Derby Dolls
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Roller Derby Dolls

In the sprawling outer suburbs of Brisbane, a revolution is brewing. A sassy group of women from all walks of life have a dream: to resurrect the lost sport of full-contact roller derby in Australia. Roller Derby Dolls could be used in the context of Cultural Studies, Women's Studies, Personal De...

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Romulus, My Father
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Romulus, My Father

Based on Raimond Gaita's award-winning memoir of the same name. Romulus Gaita has immigrated to Victoria, Australia from his native Yugoslavia with his beautiful German wife, Christina, and their young son, Raimond. Here, on a lonely and harsh rural homestead, Romulus cares for his young son and...

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Rosa's Journey: The Story of a Nation
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Rosa's Journey: The Story of a Nation

The journey of independent East Timor through the eyes of a remarkable and resilient woman. Following the acclaimed documentary East Timor: Birth of a Nation, Rosa's Journey picks up the story of young East Timorese widow Rosa Martins and her family seven years after independence. Unlike the cele...

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Sacred Ground
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Sacred Ground

Kim Mavromatis's documentary, Sacred Ground, shines a glaring spotlight on the terrible chasm of understanding that yawns between black and white Australia. It is a poignant and deeply moving story of resilience, dispossession and powerlessness, a story punctuated by outrageous acts of white inse...

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Salam Father
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Salam Father

At midnight on 12 April 2007, at his home in suburban Perth, 31-year-old Salam Ziusudras receives a phone call from Iraq. He's told that the remains of his father have been found in a mass grave in central Iraq, twenty-six years after he disappeared. Why and how they ended up there, nobody knows....

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Salt
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Salt

This exquisite film follows award-winning and internationally renowned photo artist, Murray Fredericks, on his annual pilgrimage to the heart of Lake Eyre. Fredericks has been camping alone on the lake, located in the remote north corner of South Australia, for up to five weeks at a time, every y...

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Salute
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Salute

The picture of the three men on the winner's podium after the Men's 200m final at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics is still considered one of the most powerful images of modern history. Almost forgotten in the ensuing years is the seemingly quiet and composed man in the left of the picture, the Aust...

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