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BAXTER AND ME

BAXTER AND ME

2016 (PG) 83 min

One woman's life, with and without men, but always with dogs. This personal and inventive film by Gillian Leahy raises questions about how we relate to the 'wild' in dogs, and how we relate to other animals (and humans) in the world at large. more

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BENNY AND THE DREAMERS [from the CAAMA Collection]

BENNY AND THE DREAMERS [from the CAAMA Collection]

1992 (G) 54 min

The extraordinary story of the Pintupi peoples' first meeting with the white world. more

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BIG ALL AT ONCE

BIG ALL AT ONCE

2004 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 52 min

What is it like to be leaving school and suddenly having to make crucial choices about your life? This documentary intimately follows three different 18-year-olds, as they are spat out of high school and struggle to piece together their adult identities in their own way. more

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BIG BAD LOVE

BIG BAD LOVE

2016 (M) 26 min

After discovering her best friend was violently abused by her partner, stand-up comedian Becky Lucas wants to know how you can spot an abusive relationship and what you can do about it. more

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BIG GIRLS DON'T CRY (NIDF series 5)

BIG GIRLS DON'T CRY (NIDF series 5)

2002 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 26 min

A heart-rending insight into the disease of end-stage renal failure in remote and rural communities. more

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BILLAL

BILLAL

1996 (M) 86 min

Sixteen-year-old Lebanese-Australian Billal is struck by a car in the aftermath of fighting between Anglo–Australian and Lebanese youths on a state housing estate in south-west Sydney. Billal is hospitalised with permanent brain damage. The film follows Billal's long fight back to some sort of health, and the stresses... more

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BIRDMAN - the art of William T. Cooper

BIRDMAN - the art of William T. Cooper

2014 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 28 min

World renowned Australian artist William T. Cooper takes us on a journey as he creates thirty new works for his final exhibition. David Attenborough describes him as "The best ornithological illustrator alive." more

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BLACK MAN'S HOUSES

BLACK MAN'S HOUSES

1992 (G) 58 min

This documentary tells the story of black survival in Tasmania amidst the continuing suppression of history and culture. In doing so, it challenges skin-deep assumptions about Aboriginality today. more

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BODYWORK

BODYWORK

1989 (PG) 51 min

Morticians, embalmers and grave-diggers talk intimately about each stage of the journey from death to dirt, from expiry to exit. In a matter-of-fact, down-to-earth way, these ordinary people tell us all we ever wanted to know about dead bodies but which our conditioning and socialisation prevented us from asking. more

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BORDER POLITICS

BORDER POLITICS

2018 (PG) 90 min

In this film, leading Human Rights barrister, Julian Burnside AO, deconstructs harsh asylum seeker policies around the world, arguing that failure in political leadership is compromising human rights and destroying democratic principles in the West. more

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BUDDHA'S FORGOTTEN NUNS, THE

BUDDHA'S FORGOTTEN NUNS, THE

2013 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 34 min

This documentary explores a little-known truth about Buddhism – that women cannot be fully ordained in the same way as men. The film-maker, Wiriya Sati, spent the past 5 years traveling to monasteries in Thailand, UK, USA and Australia, to tell the story of women fighting to regain their place as female monks, or Bhikkhunis,... more

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BULLYING CULTURES

BULLYING CULTURES

2017 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 65 min

Professor Valerie Braithwaite, renowned internationally for her studies of work-place and school-yard bullying, examines the social and psychological dynamics that contribute to a bullying culture and what must happen to break that culture. more

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BUSINESS BEHIND BARS

BUSINESS BEHIND BARS

2000 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: M) 104 min

This documentary reports on the privatisation of prisons in the USA and Australia. The film looks at the economics of allowing private companies to run jails and investigates the social and moral aspects of this new approach. Government representatives, legal officers, prisoners and guards are interviewed. more

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CAMERA NATURA

CAMERA NATURA

1984 (G) 32 min

How has cinema shaped our relationship to the Australian landscape? What vision of the natural world and our place in it have filmmakers created? From Walkabout to Sunday Too Far Away to Mad Max, the camera moves restlessly across the landscape, creating a vision of a country more hostile than grand. more

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CAR CRASH

CAR CRASH

1995 (M) 51 min

Twenty-six people speak to camera about their emotional relationship with their car and their experience of a car accident. The interviews are intercut with stylised close-ups of road signs, test dummy crashes and atmospheric photography. The music track gives the documentary a moody ambience. more

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CASTANET CLUB, THE

CASTANET CLUB, THE

1990 (PG) 85 min

A movie you can dance to! more

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CHASING SHADOWS

CHASING SHADOWS

2010 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 26 min

Colin Darcy and his two best mates from the mining town of Whyalla start a hip hop band called SHADOWS. They move to Adelaide with high hopes and write rap songs about their personal experiences – being Aboriginal, growing up in a small town, racism, loss of family and striving for success. more

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CHIFLEYS OF BUSBY STREET, THE

CHIFLEYS OF BUSBY STREET, THE

2008 (G) 72 min

The Chifleys of Busby Street is an eloquent portrait of Australia's best-loved Prime Minister Ben Chifley, his wife Elizabeth, and their cherished spirit kept alive in Bathurst for the five decades since his death. Friends and colleagues share anecdotes and memories of the Chifleys in this charming documentary. more

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CHILD'S EYE, THE

CHILD'S EYE, THE

2018 (G) 147 min

AVAILABLE ONLY ON DVD! Through a series of workshops across India, documentary filmmaker David MacDougall sought to empower young filmmakers to engage directly with the world around them, using cameras to interrogate and explore what they saw, from their own unique child's perspective. more

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CHINA'S 3 DREAMS

CHINA'S 3 DREAMS

2014 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 84 min

Confused by the expurgated history they learned at school and the silence of their grandparents, China's young people are making their way with new dreams for the future - to make their country rich and powerful, and to find a better life and meaningful existence for themselves. more

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