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Once Upon a Time in Oztralia
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Once Upon a Time in Oztralia

Australian Television Drama as it has presented itself over its first half century slots basically and very neatly into three specific precincts of human behaviour: The Struggle For Justice (Cop Shows), The Search For A Cure (Medical Dramas) and Faith In The Community (Soaps).

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Opening New Perspectives: Using Politically Engaged Films in the Australian Classroom
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Opening New Perspectives: Using Politically Engaged Films in the Australian Classroom

The vigour of the anti-globalisation movement and controversies surrounding the War on Terror and American foreign policy have sparked a new interest in politics in the English-speaking cinema.

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Our violent world
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Our violent world

Did you know that beneath the surface of the earth there are explosions, collisions and immense pressure all the time and every now and again this affects us on earth in the form of earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis and geysers. Let's explore the secrets of our violent world.

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ReprieveAustralia: working towards the abolition of the death penalty worldwide
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ReprieveAustralia: working towards the abolition of the death penalty worldwide

ReprieveAustralia was launched in May 2001 by a group of Melbourne lawyers, with the aim of providing legal and humanitarian assistance to impoverished people facing the death penalty around the world.

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Screening Indigenous Australia: an overview of Aboriginal representation on film
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Screening Indigenous Australia: an overview of Aboriginal representation on film

In surveying Australian feature film production over the last 100 years, what clearly emerges is a general avoidance of Aboriginal issues and a lack of any balanced representation of Australia's significant Indigenous population; at least that was the case until recently.

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Seven Wonders of the Industrial World
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Seven Wonders of the Industrial World

Seven Wonders Of The Industrial World recreates the epic monuments of the industrial revolution: from Brunel's extraordinary ship, the SS Great Eastern, that helped to bridge the two ends of the empire, to the Panama Canal which linked the Atlantic and Pacific oceans half a century later.

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Shell-shocked: The trauma of war
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Shell-shocked: The trauma of war

Throughout history, soldiers in the midst of battle have displayed the symptoms of what we now call Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). During the First World War psychological breakdowns were seen as a sign of cowardice, and methods for treating it included sending men back to the front.

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Sketchy politics
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Sketchy politics

Australia has an exceptionally rich history of political cartooning. Images from the early 1900s still grace Australian school books, while a new generation of cartoonists continue to produce images that clever, insightful and most deserving of their spot on the fridge.

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Sounding rural Australia: analysing documentary sound track
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Sounding rural Australia: analysing documentary sound track

Analysis and teaching of film sound and music has blossomed over the last decade. However, there are still film-making arenas that are neglected in terms of in-depth analysis or critique of their sound and music. One such form is Australian non-fiction film.

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Struggling to find reality
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Struggling to find reality

What is it about reality television that is so appealing to audiences? And if we look closely, how real are they?

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The Christmas tradition
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The Christmas tradition

Christmas is one of the most widely celebrated festivals in the world. Every year millions of people celebrate the birth of Jesus with the exchange of gifts, and by singing carols, decorating a tree and enjoying a family feast. Christmas is a joyous occasion but most people would not know the det...

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The collaborative art of storytelling in film
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The collaborative art of storytelling in film

Filmmakers are modern-day storytellers. The art of storytelling in film is the deliberate layering of complimentary elements designed to mask the craft of filmmaking and give supremacy to character and story.

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The film score
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The film score

Every scene, every segment, every second of a film is shaped by sound. Creating music for film is a specific and unique job performed by screen composers. But how do you actually begin creating music for a film?

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The games: from Olympia to Athens
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The games: from Olympia to Athens

The Olympics today feature tens of thousands of athletes from hundreds of countries. There are around 300 sporting events all of which are televised live to millions of people in their homes around the world. In ancient Greece however, the Games were very different.


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The harsh winds of climate change
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The harsh winds of climate change

For decades scientists have been aware that chemicals, energy by-products and land clearing practises are damaging the Earth's atmosphere. We are now beginning to see the effects of this damage, but is it enough to make us finally do something about it?

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The Tenix Questacon Maths Squad
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The Tenix Questacon Maths Squad

The Tenix Questacon Maths Squad is an outreach programme of Questacon - The National Science and Technology Centre. The Questacon Maths Squad brings interactive, hands-on mathematics to school children across Australia.

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The Truman Show: a tale of life on the edge
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The Truman Show: a tale of life on the edge

By the end of July 1998, The Truman Show had grossed $100 million at the American box office, critics seeing it as efficient entertainment and an intelligent concept for a contemporary audience.

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This land is my land
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This land is my land

The 1992 Mabo decision is one of the most famous and significant ever handed down by the High Court of Australia. The decision was not just a victory for the indigenous claimants but a complete upheaval of the notions that white Australia was built upon.

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Understanding our political system
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Understanding our political system

It is hard to imagine that just over a hundred years ago Australia did not exist as a nation. Instead there were six separate colonies with different leaders and different laws. It was not until the late 1800s that these leaders began to think about the possibility of creating one Australia.


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Water restrictions: Could Australia really run out of water?
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Water restrictions: Could Australia really run out of water?

Water restrictions are becoming increasingly commonplace across many Australian states, but are they really necessary? Experts say that in many areas the population's level of water usage is at levels that are not sustainable.

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What is this media literacy thing?
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What is this media literacy thing?

What is media literacy and how can you help primary and secondary students achieve it? This article has practical exercises and useful information for helping students of all ages engage with the media both analytically and critically.

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Wild Australasia
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Wild Australasia

The Australian landscape is full of surprises with huge expanses of desert, contrasted with areas of snow. Australia's native animals are also one of the continent's key features, from the aggression of the Tasmanian devil to the sleepy existence of the koala.

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World Refugee Day
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World Refugee Day

The United Nations General Assembly established 20 June as World Refugee Day in 2001, and since then it has been celebrated around the world each year as a tribute to the sacrifice and suffering of the world's refugees.

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Youth drive up road toll
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Youth drive up road toll

Drivers under the age of 26 are drastically over represented in accident statistics, especially fatal ones. Making up only around 15% of licensed drivers, young people are involved in 36% of fatal crashes. As young people continue to die on our roads the community calls for action.

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