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PAPER TRAIL: The Life and Times of a Woodchip

PAPER TRAIL: The Life and Times of a Woodchip

1991 (G) 51 min

In Australia, woodchipping has become one of the most politically significant issues of the environmental movement. Australia is a major supplier of woodchips to the paper manufacturers of Japan. As a consequence, the woodchip trade is now high on the political agenda, powerful enough to bring down governments. more

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PASSIONATE APPRENTICES, THE

PASSIONATE APPRENTICES, THE

2008 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 75 min

Three intimate portraits of a close-knit group of inspiring people who share a passion for perfection. These three artisans and their apprentices live and work in a quiet valley in Tasmania, in the shadow of Sleeping Beauty Mountain. more

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PASSPORT TO PARENTHOOD

PASSPORT TO PARENTHOOD

2004 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 56 min

When Melbourne couple Davor Dirlic and his wife Nina decide to adopt Petra, whilst visiting their homeland Croatia, they embark on an emotional rollercoaster that will uncover a tragic past. more

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PETYARRE and ATNANGKERE (Our Cave)  (From the CAAMA Collection)

PETYARRE and ATNANGKERE (Our Cave) (From the CAAMA Collection)

2016-7 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 40 min

Two related short documentaries by Viviana Petyarre, featuring artist Gloria Petyarre and her family's search for a cave to which they are culturally connected. For millennia, the Atnangkere Cave has been a Dreaming centrepiece for the Alyawarre people of Atneltye (Boundary Bore), Utopia, north of Alice Springs in central... more

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PRESIDENT VERSUS DAVID HICKS, THE

PRESIDENT VERSUS DAVID HICKS, THE

2004 (M) 81 min

The story of the Australian Taliban fighter, David Hicks: the film explores David Hicks's journey from stockman and rodeo rider to the legal limbo of Guantanamo Bay. more

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PRISON SONGS

PRISON SONGS

2015 (M) 56 min

The inmates of a Darwin prison are shown in a new light in Australia's first documentary musical. Incarcerated in tropical Northern Territory, over 800 inmates squeeze into the overcrowded spaces of Berrimah Prison, and share their experiences in the most extraordinary way – through song. 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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PUNISHED NOT PROTECTED

PUNISHED NOT PROTECTED

2004 (PG) 58 min

PUNISHED NOT PROTECTED is an educational documentary series in four parts (on one DVD) featuring the views of leading Australians and concerned citizens on the effects of government policy on asylum seekers and temporary protection visa holders. 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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RADICAL IDEAS IN JUSTICE  AND REGULATION

RADICAL IDEAS IN JUSTICE AND REGULATION

2014 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 191 min

An extended interview with John Braithwaite - from the Regulatory Institutions Network Australian National University, Canberra, Australia - about Restorative Justice and Responsive Regulation. more

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RAOUL WALLENBERG: Between The Lines

RAOUL WALLENBERG: Between The Lines

1985 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 86 min

Raoul Wallenberg was an unlikely hero. A Swedish diplomat, he risked his life to challenge the Nazi forces in Hungary and to save the lives of as many as 100,000 Jews in Budapest in 1944. more

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RED MATILDAS

RED MATILDAS

1984 (G) 50 min

Through the lives of three women, RED MATILDAS explores the social and political conditions in Australia during the Great Depression - conditions of massive unemployment, widespread malnutrition and growing militarism at home and abroad - that provoked many people to political activity. 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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RIDDLE OF THE BRADSHAWS, THE

RIDDLE OF THE BRADSHAWS, THE

2002 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 53 min

This story of the Bradshaw rock paintings or Gwion Gwion as they are known to the Aboriginal traditional owners, unfolds in the vast and beautiful Kimberley region of Australia's far north west. more

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RINGTONE

RINGTONE

2016 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 30 min

In the Yolngu community of Gapuwiyak in the Northern Territory, individual ringtones on mobiles reveal rich insights into lives and relationships. Ringtone features individuals talking directly to camera, revealing the stories behind their own ringtones as well as the pleasures and perils of their new connectivity. 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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ROCKING THE FOUNDATIONS

ROCKING THE FOUNDATIONS

1985 (PG) 92 min

DIGITALLY RESTORED! A riveting documentary about the New South Wales Builders Labourers Federation (BLF). Filmmaker Pat Fiske, herself one of the first women members of the BLF, develops a portrait of this once-powerful union through interviews with former union members and officials, archival film, and television news... more

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SACRED VANDALS

SACRED VANDALS

1983 (G) 55 min

Available only in the collection of four films made by Solrun Hoaas on Hatoma Island: THE HATOMA FILMS. 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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