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Samson and Delilah
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Samson and Delilah

Samson and Delilah live in a remote Aboriginal community in the Central Australian desert, in a small Indigenous community, everything seems to happen in a cycle. There are daily rhythms which are repeated and despite a phone link into the community, this is a world which is out of sight and out...

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Saved
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Saved

Saved is a television movie starring Claudia Karvan as Julia Weston, a woman who, paralysed by grief following the death of her five-week-old daughter Matilda to SIDS, becomes the advocate for a young Iranian detainee, and develops a complex relationship with him that threatens her marriage. The...

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Scarfies
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Scarfies

Scarfies was directed by Rob Sarkies and produced by Lisa Chatfield in 1999. This study guide provides a starting point for teachers wishing to design a unit based on this film.

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Scorched
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Scorched

Scorched is a film about the potentially disastrous consequences of climate change in Australia. Extreme weather conditions and a lack of water have turned a serious bushfire situation into a disaster. Scorched is set in Sydney in 2012 at a time when there has been no rainfall for over 200 days. ...

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Seed Hunter
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Seed Hunter

How can we survive perhaps the greatest danger we now face - climate change? Global Warming may be a contentious issue for many but there's no argument - some areas of our planet that were once 'food bowls', abundant, fertile and productive land, are now dust bowls where people scratch a living f...

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Sexy Thing
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Sexy Thing

This short film is about a subject most people find distressing - sexual abuse of a child within the family. This remains one of the taboo areas in society that many people are reluctant to acknowledge, let alone explore or confront. Sexy Thing may be suitable for senior secondary students study...

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Shintaro!
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Shintaro!

In 1964, an extraordinary cross-cultural television sensation swept through the suburban lounge rooms of Australia. Every afternoon after school The Samurai left an indelible impression on the children of the swinging sixties. Imported from Japan and dubbed into American English, it was a smash h...

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Sione's Wedding
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Sione's Wedding

The film is a comedy about four best friends, Michael, Albert, Stanley and Sela: the ladies' man, the good guy, the party guy and the weird one - the boys. They're first generation Samoan New Zealanders living out their lives in the suburban sleep-outs, basketball courts, high rise office buildin...

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Skippy: Australia's First Superstar
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Skippy: Australia's First Superstar

The film explores how Skippy was created in the cultural wasteland of 1960s Australia and importantly, how it came to represent an entire nation for millions of viewers around the world. As well as key moments from the series and unseen footage from behind the scenes, the film features interview...

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Sleeping Dogs
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Sleeping Dogs

Smith is a man on the run, running from a broken marriage. Accidentally caught between two powers - a repressive Government and a violent resistance movement - he becomes a man alone...hunted and hostile, driven by the will to survive. The guide's activities are based on the achievement objective...

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Somersault
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Somersault

Somersault is a film about being young and vulnerable. It is about love and friendship, growing up and discovering the difference between love and longing and the true meaning of intimacy. It is suitable for year 11 and 12 students of English, Health and Human Relations, Values Education, Media ...

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Son of a Lion
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Son of a Lion

Sher Alam Afridi and his eleven-year-old son Niaz live in the wild passes of the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan. Niaz's mother died when he was an infant. Like most men in the village of Darra Adam Khel, Sher Alam has a workshop making weapons, ranging from small arms to the AK47. He ex...

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Spirit Stones
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Spirit Stones

Spirit Stones is a film about how people of different cultural and spiritual backgrounds respond to and understand events which may not be subject to a single explanation. If offers a different perspective on the history, culture and spiritual life of a group of Indigenous Australians - the Noon...

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Stranded
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Stranded

In a family grieving the death of a loved one, how long does it take before the abnormal seems normal? Loss, love and family values are all up for re-negotiation in this unusual black comedy about a girl trying to start a new life a year after her mother's suicide. This film will be of interest ...

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Stuff
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Stuff

Stuff provides a terrific medium for exploring our consumer culture. It is the most valuable of classroom resources: an inherently interesting and important topic presented in a fun and lively way. Stuff provides opportunities for meaningful teaching-learning activities across an extensive range...

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Surviving Mumbai
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Surviving Mumbai

Surviving Mumbai is a very different story about a different kind of terrorism - told from the inside, and with a challenging message not just of survival, but of compassion and bravery from those who lived through three days of terror. The 2008 terrorist attack on Mumbai was one of the most dram...

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Tackling Peace
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Tackling Peace

The inspirational story of Israeli and Palestinian youths who unite over the game of Australian football. Tackling Peace goes behind the scenes as young men from different sides of a bloody political war set aside a lifetime of prejudice and hostility to compete as a team in the Australian Footba...

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Telling The Truth
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Telling The Truth

In six countries, across four continents, former U.S. Vice President Al Gore has trained more than two thousand Climate Project Presenters to deliver his climate crisis presentation. In Australia, two hundred and fifty people were selected by the Australian Conservation Foundation to be personall...

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Temple Of Dreams
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Temple Of Dreams

Fadi Rahman, shot into the media spotlight during the Cronulla riots. One of a new breed of young Australian Muslim leaders, he runs a youth centre/gymnasium in Sydney's west in what was once a Masonic temple. The centre, which has no government funding, is operated by a group of young volunteers...

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The 10 Conditions of Love
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The 10 Conditions of Love

A biographical documentary of Uyghur Rebiya Kadeer. The Uyghur are the non-Chinese residents of the north-western province of China known as Xinjiang. Some of the Uyghur population want to regain their autonomy and claim that the Chinese are committing slow cultural genocide in the province. The ...

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The Airships
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The Airships

Almost as big as a battleship, yet lighter than air, airships were the largest flying objects ever built. In three episodes this series brings to television the story of these remarkable flying machines and their place in history. The series provides a case study approach to investigating chang...

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The Archive Project
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The Archive Project

Film is a powerful medium for exploring social and political issues, both reflecting and exploring our world, whether through feature films or the documentary form. The history of committed filmmaking in Australia has a long and distinguished history. Its beginnings in the 1940s and 1950s are ex...

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The Art Life
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The Art Life

A three-part television series exploring the current landscape of Australian art, in all its many fascinating permutations. Each episode is thirty minutes long, making it ideally suited for use in the secondary classroom. The series is a tour of contemporary Australian art, what it means and why ...

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The Art Of Tracking
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The Art Of Tracking

The Art of Tracking is the story of natures detectives, people who locate animals and gain a deep understanding of their behaviour by the tracks and signs they leave.This study guide will have application in upper-primary and lower-secondary studies of Society and Environment.

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The Art of War
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The Art of War

Betty Churcher brings her unique perspective to a series on Australian art inspired or provoked by our involvement in conflicts over the past century. From the First World War to the 'war on terror', it reveals how dramatically attitudes to war have changed, and how radically the trauma of war ha...

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The Black Balloon
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The Black Balloon

The Black Balloon is an Australian film about a family dealing with the day-to-day challenges of living with an autistic son. Charlie is seventeen and presents all kinds of embarrassing situations for Thomas, his 15 (going on 16)-year-old brother. The film deals with a number of issues about fami...

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The Burning Season
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The Burning Season

Each year, in Indonesia and neighbouring countries, great swathes of the land are burned. Peasant farmers who cannot afford machinery to clear their plots simply resort to fire - to regenerate existing plantations or to clear old-growth rainforest for new ones. The result is a choking seasonal fo...

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The Cars That Ate China
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The Cars That Ate China

The Cars That Ate China is a portrait of a society gone car crazy as China becomes the biggest car market on earth. The film is first and foremost a story about people - a quarter of humanity - aspiring to have what we all want. The film would be relevant and interesting to middle and senior se...

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The Choice
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The Choice

The Choice is a film about the experience, not the politics, of abortion. It gets behind the often hysterical and over-politicised debate to the real human stories, allowing women and men to talk freely about their own personal experience of abortion. This film will be of interest and relevance t...

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The Circuit
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The Circuit

The Circuit is a 6-part series set in the western Kimberly region of north Western Australia. It's a place of two seasons: the wet and the dry. Known for its beauty and hardship, it is a place where people try to integrate and get along, with varying degrees of success. It is a land rich in his...

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