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BUT WE ARE STRONG

BUT WE ARE STRONG

2006 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 30 min

BUT WE ARE STRONG tells the untold stories of five young women who survived Sierra Leone's civil war. This documentary series highlights these young women's strength and their resilience to the horror and atrocities that took place in their home. more

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CALL ME MUM

CALL ME MUM

2008 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 76 min

Set in the recent past, the AFI award-winning Call Me Mum is a series of interlinked monologues where five characters unravel a complex tale of mothering, race relations and family in Australia. more

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CANTO A LA VIDA: Song to Life

CANTO A LA VIDA: Song to Life

1991 (G) 48 min

A compelling exploration of life in exile through the music, poetry, art, politics and culture of Chile set against the personal stories of seven Chilean women. more

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COMMON PURPOSE, A

COMMON PURPOSE, A

2011 (PG) 75 min

Twenty-five people are convicted of the murder of one man, fourteen are sentenced to hang, one lawyer is assassinated and the other goes into exile. A Common Purpose is the dramatic story behind a notorious murder trial that marks South Africa's transition from apartheid to democracy. more

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COOL DRINK AND CULTURE [from the CAAMA Collection]

COOL DRINK AND CULTURE [from the CAAMA Collection]

2006 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 22 min

The links between traditional bush foods and good health, and supermarket foods and poor health. more

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COOLBAROO CLUB, THE

COOLBAROO CLUB, THE

1996 (G) 55 min

A portrait of the Coolbaroo Club, an Aboriginal-run dance club which operated in Perth from 1946 - 1960. The film is delivered via the memories of those involved, stills, archive and extensive dramatisation. An award-winning documentary on post-war race relations in Australia. more

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DEADLY YARNS 4

DEADLY YARNS 4

2009 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 34 min

5 short films made by Indigenous Western Australians. [includes Special Features: A behind-the scenes documentary on each film]. more

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DESTINY IN ALICE [from the CAAMA Collection]

DESTINY IN ALICE [from the CAAMA Collection]

2007 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 27 min

A light-hearted look at the Lesbian community of Alice Springs in central Australia. more

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DOGS OF DEMOCRACY

DOGS OF DEMOCRACY

2016 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 58 min

WINNER! Spirit of Activism Award, Nevada Women's Film Festival, March 2017. WINNER! Best Documentary Feature, 2017 Imagine This: Women's International Film Festival, Brooklyn, New York! A documentary about the stray dogs of Athens and the people who take care of them. In the on-going financial crises of the 2010s,... more

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DON'T CALL ME GIRLIE

DON'T CALL ME GIRLIE

1985 (G) 69 min

From the birth of the cinema to World War II, DON'T CALL ME GIRLIE tells the untold story of Australia's movie heroines, on and off the screen. Discover the roles our women filmmakers really played - on screen as stars, behind the cameras, as producers, writers, directors and publicists. more

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DRIVING WITH RICHARD

DRIVING WITH RICHARD

1992 (G) 50 min

DRIVING WITH RICHARD is the story of a remarkable friendship between two women - Deirdre Croft and Carley Pukallus. Deirdre and Carley have provided support for each other for over six years as they cope with the trauma, hardship and enormous challenge of caring for their handicapped children. more

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DROVER'S BOY, THE

DROVER'S BOY, THE

2015 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 11 min

This 'hybrid' blend of music, documentary and drama is set in the 1920s in outback Australia, and evokes a time when it was illegal for white Australians and Aboriginal people to marry. Based on a ballad by Ted Egan, the film pays tribute to the role of Aboriginal women in the pastoral history of frontier Australia. more

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EIGHT LADIES [from the CAAMA Collection]

EIGHT LADIES [from the CAAMA Collection]

2010 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 22 min

A journey through Alyawarr Country with eight ladies as they hunt echidna and gather bush tucker. more

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ELLA

ELLA

2016 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 86 min

An intimate portrait of the first Indigenous dancer to be invited into The Australian Ballet in its 50 year history - Ella Havelka. more

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EXILE IN SARAJEVO

EXILE IN SARAJEVO

1996 (M) 91 min

A passionate, cinematically innovative story of the siege of Sarajevo from the viewpoint of Australian, Tahir Cambis and Sarajevan, Alma Sahbaz. Rich in imagery with a wonderful music score - Alma and Tahir take us on a kaleidoscopic adventure as they chart the soul of a city in exile. more

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FAMINE WITHIN, THE

FAMINE WITHIN, THE

1991 (G) 90 min

An exploration of the contemporary obsession with body size and shape among North American women. Under the coercive powers of consumerism and the mass media, women have come to view their bodies as marketable objects and to judge them according to the unrealistic standards of the beauty ideal. more

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FIFTY YEARS OF SILENCE

FIFTY YEARS OF SILENCE

1994 (M) 57 min

50 YEARS OF SILENCE tells the story of Jan Ruff-O'Herne and her experience of enforced prostitution at the hands of the Japanese military during World War II. As the first European woman to go public on this issue Jan faced the difficult decision to reveal her secret to her family, her friends and her parish. more

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FIRST MISSION

FIRST MISSION

1999 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 54 min

Each year the Australian Red Cross recruits new people for its overseas postings. This film follows three successful applicants from their training in Melbourne to their first missions in Africa – a refugee camp in Western Tanzania, a field hospital in north Kenya, dealing with wounded from the war in the Sudan. more

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FIVE SHORT FILMS  FROM THE NATIONAL INDIGENOUS DOCUMENTARY FUND

FIVE SHORT FILMS FROM THE NATIONAL INDIGENOUS DOCUMENTARY FUND

1997 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 130 min

Five short films from the National Indigenous Documentary Fund - all films are touched by the past but deliver a unique contemporary Indigenous perspective. more

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FLOWERS AND TROOPS (Hana to Heitai)

FLOWERS AND TROOPS (Hana to Heitai)

2009 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 106 min

Inspired by the documentaries of the great Imamura Shohei, under whom the filmmaker studied, this film explores the lives of Japanese soldiers who chose not to return to Japan when the war finished, but who stayed behind in south-east Asia to build new lives for themselves. more

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