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PRODIGAL SON, THE

PRODIGAL SON, THE

2005 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 27 min

Alexo hasn't spoken to his son for 15 years. It is only after serious illness that he begins to speak to him again. THE PRODIGAL SON is the moving story of a traditional Macedonian family's 'dilemma' with having a gay son. more

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PUMPHEAD

PUMPHEAD

2020 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 74 min

Pumphead is a feature-length documentary exploring patient experiences following major heart surgery - how to understand these experiences and how to live with them. A story of existential crises and transformative experiences, told by eight ex-patients including the filmmaker himself. more

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PYONGYANG DIARIES

PYONGYANG DIARIES

1997 (PG) 68 min

PYONGYANG DIARIES is director Solrun Hoaas' personal account of her encounter with the closed society of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. While the official line in North Korea fosters an almost religious cult of personality, with an emphasis on uniformity, nationalism, and a sense of self-reliance, Hoaas' observations,... more

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QUICK BROWN FOX: An Alzheimer's Story

QUICK BROWN FOX: An Alzheimer's Story

2004 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 62 min

QUICK BROWN FOX explores the notion of how memories define us and how Alzheimer's can indiscriminately steal one's identity and family history. more

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REDFERN STORY, THE

REDFERN STORY, THE

2014 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 57 min

In Redfern, in inner Sydney, a group of determined visionaries pioneered the National Black Theatre at a turbulent time for Indigenous politics in the 1970s. The Theatre left a lasting legacy on national politics, social welfare and the Australian arts scene. more

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REMEMBERING COUNTRY

REMEMBERING COUNTRY

2000 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 26 min

An intimate autobiographical film that invites the audience into Harold Furber's vivid memories of being a desert kid stolen away to a tropical island. more

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RIVER OF NO RETURN

RIVER OF NO RETURN

2008 (PG) 52 min

The story of Frances Daingangan, one of the stars of TEN CANOES, and her journey from traditional tribal life to the international red carpet. A film written and directed by Darlene Johnson, one of Australia's leading Indigenous documentary filmmakers, acclaimed for GULPILIL – ONE RED BLOOD and STOLEN GENERATIONS. more

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SALTWATER STORY, THE

SALTWATER STORY, THE

2017 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 55 min

Guided by Indigenous canoemaker Kyle Slabb from the Bundjalung people, a group of young men (both Indigenous and non-Indigenous) build traditional canoes and embark on a 3-day sea voyage re-tracing an ancient trade route from the heart of the Queensland Gold Coast to North Stradbroke Island. more

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SAVE OUR SONS (S.O.S.)

SAVE OUR SONS (S.O.S.)

1996 (PG) 54 min

A film about the Save Our Sons Movement of Victoria - a group of women formed in the sixties to protest against the Vietnam War. Energetic and informative, an extraordinary episode in the anti-conscription and anti-Vietnam War struggles of the 1960s. more

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SEARCHING FOR INGMAR BERGMAN

SEARCHING FOR INGMAR BERGMAN

2018 (M) 99 min

In this beautifully crafted and moving memoir, Margarethe von Trotta recalls the inspiration she found in the work of Ingmar Bergman: his films triggered her decision to become a director and guided many of her creative decisions over her long career. more

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SENSO DAUGHTERS

SENSO DAUGHTERS

1990 (PG) 55 min

During World War II, 140,000 Japanese troops died in Papua New Guinea. Considered the 'Forgotten War,' neither the war nor its veterans received public recognition in Japan. Another unacknowledged tragedy of that campaign was the army's mistreatment of New Guinean women and 'comfort girls'. Over 90,000 'comfort girls' were... more

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SERIOUS UNDERTAKINGS

SERIOUS UNDERTAKINGS

1983 (G) 28 min

A fascinating film about Australian culture, politics, film and pleasure, and the context in which images of femininity and masculinity are produced. more

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SHADOW OF MARY POPPINS, THE

SHADOW OF MARY POPPINS, THE

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

This documentary explores the complex and troubled life of the creator of Mary Poppins, Pamela Travers. The audience will be taken on a journey tracing the parallel lives of Travers and Mary Poppins from their origins through to their transformation from servant to seer. The enigma of Travers is finally revealed in this... more

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SHINE

SHINE

1996 (PG) 107 min

The 1996 multi-award winning Australian film based on the life of pianist David Helfgott, who suffered a mental breakdown and spent years in institutions. Starring Geoffrey Rush, Lynn Redgrave, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Noah Taylor, John Gielgud, Googie Withers, Justin Braine, Sonia Todd, Chris Haywood and Alex Rafalowicz. more

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SHOCK ROOM

SHOCK ROOM

2016 (M) 72 min

In the early 1960s American psychologist Stanley Milgram ran a series of controversial experiments on obedience. An authority orders you to inflict painful shocks on another person. Most us will obey, claimed Milgram. But will we? more

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SILENCES, THE

SILENCES, THE

2015 (M) 73 min

A film about family secrets and the ties of love, loss and kinship between a mother and daughter. more

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SISTERS

SISTERS

2008 (M) 42 min

SISTERS captures the experiences of a young Australian woman working amongst the Missionaries of Charity on the streets of Calcutta, tending to the poorest of the poor in a city of untouchables. more

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SIX DAYS IN AUGUST

SIX DAYS IN AUGUST

2006 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 52 min

This documentary juxtaposes an international AIDS Conference with the realities of "life on the ground" in South Africa. In the city of Durban, 1 in 3 people are infected with AIDS, the government's solution is to urge its people to eat beetroot and garlic, and most people just wish the problem would go away on its own. more

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SMALL HAPPINESS

SMALL HAPPINESS

1984 (G) 58 min

Part 2: THE LONG BOW TRILOGY - SMALL HAPPINESS: 'To give birth to a boy is considered a big happiness. To give birth to a girl is not exactly no happiness, but a small happiness.' more

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SONS OF NAMATJIRA [from the AIATSIS Collection]

SONS OF NAMATJIRA [from the AIATSIS Collection]

1975 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 47 min

A group of celebrated Aboriginal artists and their relationship with the outside world. more

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