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MIDWIVES, LULLABIES AND MOTHER EARTH

MIDWIVES, LULLABIES AND MOTHER EARTH

1993 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 53 min

Pioneer advocate of natural childbirth, Michel Odent is a French doctor who believes that separating the mother and baby at birth has a profound significance for them both and for society as a whole. Odent believes that “if we can transform the birth, we can transform the world”. more

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MILLI MILLI

MILLI MILLI

1994 (G) 53 min

MILLI MILLI tells the story of the Kimberley people from their point of view. Using the Kimberley people's traditions of storytelling, painting, dancing and taking into account Aboriginal law and culture, the film records a cultural revival from within. more

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MINI-SKIRTED DYNAMO, THE

MINI-SKIRTED DYNAMO, THE

1996 (PG) 55 min

THE MINI-SKIRTED DYNAMO asks the question: Is it possible to be a good person but a bad mother? In this captivating, perplexing portrait of her mother, Dora Bialestock, filmmaker Rivka Hartman explores the wildly contradictory nature of this well-known Melbourne figure. more

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MINISTER WITHOUT MONEY

MINISTER WITHOUT MONEY

2006 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 28 min

Minister Without Money portrays Dr John Waiko’s political rise and fall fourteen years after the first film about Waiko, Man Without Pigs (1990) which focused on the significance of Dr Waiko’s achievement as the first Indigenous scholar to gain the title of Professor in Papua New Guinea. more

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MISSING PRESUMED DEAD

MISSING PRESUMED DEAD

2008 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 55 min

The mysteries of a World War One German soldier's wallet found in Adelaide, South Australia and a British airman missing in France lead to a deeply personal investigation with unexpected results more

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MOHAMED ALI'S HAPPY DAY FEAST

MOHAMED ALI'S HAPPY DAY FEAST

1998 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 55 min

Mohamed Ali and his wife, Halima Mubarak, are the owners of the Dhodaan Café, Flemington, a meeting place for the Somali refugee community in Melbourne. Having survived war in Ethiopia and Somalia, but suffered the loss of home and family, Mohamed and Halima arrive in Australia with a renewed optimism, and set about establishing... more

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MOI, UN NOIR (from the Rouch Collection)

MOI, UN NOIR (from the Rouch Collection)

1958 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 70 min

A classic from 1958 by Jean Rouch, one of the pivotal figures in the French “New Wave” and in the history of ethnographic cinema. An innovative improvised feature film about young men from Niger struggling to survive as immigrant workers in the Ivory Coast city of Abidjan. more

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MOLLY & MOBARAK

MOLLY & MOBARAK

2003 (M) 85 min

Molly and Mobarak starts where the hysteria and hyperbole of media commentary on the Tampa incident and refugee problems leave off. It is a film that provides an intimate insight into what it means to be on a temporary protection visa, to be only partially accepted by the country you live in and to endure the emotional... more

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MORESBY MODERN

MORESBY MODERN

2009 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 52 min

PNG is slowly joining the globalised world, and if you look closely at this society in transition you can see signs of a modest middle class on the rise, and a new generation coming of age. more

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MORNING SUN

MORNING SUN

2004 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 117 min

A brilliant portrait of China's "Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution" of the 1960s and 70s. Another extraordinary film from the team that made the award-winning THE GATE OF HEAVENLY PEACE. more

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MOURNING FOR MANGATOPI [from the AIATSIS Collection]

MOURNING FOR MANGATOPI [from the AIATSIS Collection]

1974 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 53 min

An elaborate Tiwi mourning ceremony, performed as an affirmation of traditional culture. more

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MPARNTWE - Sacred Sites [from the CAAMA Collection]

MPARNTWE - Sacred Sites [from the CAAMA Collection]

2004 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 24 min

The continuous struggle by Central Australia’s Arrernte people to maintain their sacred sites in the face of property development in the Mparntwe (Alice Springs) area. more

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MUCH ADO ABOUT SOMETHING

MUCH ADO ABOUT SOMETHING

2003 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 93 min

Was William Shakespeare truly the greatest English author, or does that honour really belong to Christopher Marlowe, a peer of the great bard who penned a number of popular plays during the late 1500s? This documentary plunges deep into the mystery surrounding the authorship of the plays and Marlowe’s supposed murder. more

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MURAL, THE

MURAL, THE

2005 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 9 min

Footage for THE MURAL was shot by Indigenous students as part of a filmmaking course at Rooty Hill High School, Sydney. Working under the guidance of writer/director Ruth Hessey, they had the privilege of visits from Indigenous filmmakers, including director, Darlene Johnson, and cinematographer, Murray Lui. more

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MURIEL MATTERS

MURIEL MATTERS

2013 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 27 min

Adelaide-born actress and elocutionist Muriel Matters has been neglected by mainstream history, but in the early 1900s was a pivotal figure in the fight for women’s rights in Britain and was renowned for her daring escapades to draw attention to the cause. more

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MUSIC AND MURDER

MUSIC AND MURDER

2003 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 52 min

Music and Murder follows the story of three men, all incarcerated for horrific murders, who have become accomplished musicians in prison. Each man believed music was helping them in the long road to being reintegrated into society. more

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MUSLIMS IN AUSTRALIA

MUSLIMS IN AUSTRALIA

2007 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 76 min

Take a journey and discover how deep Muslim history runs in Australia. Discover the earliest contact that dates back to the 1600s, their connection with the indigenous population and the rich contribution they made. more

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MY COLOUR YOUR KIND  [from the CAAMA Collection]

MY COLOUR YOUR KIND [from the CAAMA Collection]

1998 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 11 min

An atmospheric short drama about Aboriginal identity. more

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MY GRANDPARENTS

MY GRANDPARENTS

2012 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 26 min

A cross-generational documentary in which filmmaker Joshua Marks sets out to find out more about his grandparents. The film is, as Joshua describes it, “a journey of awareness in front of and behind the camera. Gradually, we ask who is the real subject of the film, and who is really in control?” more

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MY HOME THE BLOCK

MY HOME THE BLOCK

2007 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 52 min

An intimate view of “The Block”, situated in Sydney’s Redfern district as seen through the eyes of Aboriginal Elder Joyce Ingram. more

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