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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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BOOT CAKE, THE

BOOT CAKE, THE

2009 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 74 min

A small desert town on the edge of western India's famous salt plains is the unlikely home of the world's largest population of Charlie Chaplin impersonators. The Charlie Circle of Adipur embraces businessmen, shopkeepers, a doctor who prescribes Chaplin movies for medicinal purposes, teachers, engineers, students and... 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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BRAN NUE DAE

BRAN NUE DAE

1991 (PG) 55 min

This documentary traces the development and production of the successful stage musical, Bran Nue Dae. The writer of the play, Jimmy Chi, talks about how his experiences and education led to his writing of the semi-autobiographical musical. Selections from the musical are intercut with interviews and historical footage. more

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BREATHING LIFE INTO BOODJA

BREATHING LIFE INTO BOODJA

2021 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 48 min

A galvanising portrayal of large-scale environmental achievements being made by community groups, Aboriginal communities and rangers, conservation landholders, farmers and scientists, as they work together to restore and heal land around the Porongurup and Stirling Ranges in south-western Australia. more

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BUSH TOYS [from the CAAMA Collection]

BUSH TOYS [from the CAAMA Collection]

2005 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 23 min

Bush Toys is a whimsical and historical journey into the art of Bush Toy making in the Central Desert of Australia. 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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CASE 442 [from the CAAMA Collection]

CASE 442 [from the CAAMA Collection]

2005 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 49 min

Frank Byrne spent most of his adult life on a personal crusade to find his mother, after being taken away from her at the age of 5. more

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CELSO AND CORA - A Manila Story

CELSO AND CORA - A Manila Story

1982 (G) 109 min

CELSO AND CORA is a feature-length film about a young couple and their two children living in a squatter settlement in the Philippine capital, Manila. Rather than just a report on poverty, this is a universal story of people experiencing everyday events with a mixture of humor, irritation, weariness, and courage. 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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COLLUM CALLING CANBERRA [from the AIATSIS Collection]

COLLUM CALLING CANBERRA [from the AIATSIS Collection]

1981 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 56 min

A cattle station's view of negotiating with a distant bureaucracy. more

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COMMON ARTISTRY

COMMON ARTISTRY

2012 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 44 min

An insight into a radical new approach to music education developed over many years of practice-led research in Canberra's school system. A lecture by Dr Susan West, School of Music, Australian National University. 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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CROCODILE DREAMING

CROCODILE DREAMING

2006 (M) 27 min

A stone holding the stories and songs of the ancestors has been stolen from its proper location and subsequently causes the death of two children. It must be found and brought back to restore the right order. The local Aboriginal mob cannot carry out this task alone and calls for Burrimmilla (David Gulpilil). more

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CROOK HAT & CAMPHOO [from the CAAMA Collection]

CROOK HAT & CAMPHOO [from the CAAMA Collection]

2005 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 22 min

An outstanding documentary about the survival of traditional skills in Aboriginal culture. more

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DANCING WITH DICTATORS

DANCING WITH DICTATORS

2011 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 80 min

Witness the battle to run a newspaper in one of the most repressive countries in the world. Australian publisher, Ross Dunkley started Burma's leading newspaper The Myanmar Times. The paper comes out weekly in both Burmese and English and every edition is a tactical struggle against the censors to get the paper out. more

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DEADLY YARNS 2

DEADLY YARNS 2

2006 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 33 min

A series of 5 short films made by Indigenous Western Australian filmmakers. [includes Special Features: A behind-the scenes documentary on each film] 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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DEALING WITH THE DEMON

DEALING WITH THE DEMON

1996 (MA) 165 min

The story of the opiates in three chapters which gives a powerful insight into societies' epic struggle with all drugs of addiction. more

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