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FRIENDLY ENEMY ALIEN

FRIENDLY ENEMY ALIEN

2005 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 90 min

In June 1940, the HMT Dunera leaves Liverpool for Australia crammed with over 2,500 German, Austrian and Italian internees. We hear from the last survivors of the "Dunera Scandal," who tell the story of the 57-day long journey and what happened after they were interned by the British Government in an Australian Outback... more

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FRIENDS AND ENEMIES

FRIENDS AND ENEMIES

1988 (PG) 88 min

FRIENDS AND ENEMIES is a provocative film about one of the most vicious and protracted labour disputes in Australian history - one which saw the emergence of the New Right as a powerful force on the country's political landscape. more

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FROHE OSTERN! HAPPY EASTER

FROHE OSTERN! HAPPY EASTER

2008 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 26 min

The story of joyful Easter camping rituals celebrating the way in which a group of German families have made their home in Australia over three generations. more

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FROM UNDER THE RUBBLE

FROM UNDER THE RUBBLE

2018 (M) 76 min

The Samouni family story: a powerful civilian perspective on the violent clash between Palestinians and Israeli armed forces in Gaza. Australian filmmaker Anne Tsoulis has created an intimate and unflinching film about an appalling crisis. more

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FRONTIER CONVERSATION, A

FRONTIER CONVERSATION, A

2006 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 54 min

A fascinating journey through the Top End of Australia to explore what history means to the traditional landowners. more

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FUKUSHIMA - Memories of the Lost Landscape (Soma Kanka Daiichibu Ubawareta Tochino Kioku)

FUKUSHIMA - Memories of the Lost Landscape (Soma Kanka Daiichibu Ubawareta Tochino Kioku)

2011 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 109 min

In the wake of the devastating tsunami and the Fukushima disaster, a 20km exclusion zone was created around the afflicted power plant. This award-winning film looks at the effect of the disaster on the lives of the evacuees. more

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FULL CIRCLE [from the AIATSIS Collection]

FULL CIRCLE [from the AIATSIS Collection]

1987 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 20 min

A story of Aboriginal stockmen at Robinson River Station on traditional Garawa land, in the Northern Territory more

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GAMARADA

GAMARADA

2012 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 25 min

A film about a program in Redfern, in inner Sydney, that uses a variety of healing approaches to help Aboriginal men break the cycle of incarceration and addiction and to regain their Aboriginal heritage and identity. more

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GANDHI'S CHILDREN

GANDHI'S CHILDREN

2008 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 185 min

The Prayas Children's Home for Boys is located in one of the poorer quarters of New Delhi. The residents are orphans, boys who have run away from home, or were picked up from the streets. Despite the harshness of their lives, many of these children show extraordinary strength of character. more

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GATE OF HEAVENLY PEACE, THE

GATE OF HEAVENLY PEACE, THE

1996 (G) 190 min

During the northern spring of 1989, nightly news accounts filmed in Tiananmen Square alternately enthralled and horrified millions of viewers around the globe. THE GATE OF HEAVENLY PEACE revisits these events and explores the complex political process that eventually led to the Beijing Massacre of June 4th. more

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GEOFFREY RUSH:  The Imp, the Spirit, the Hero - playing David Helfgott in SHINE

GEOFFREY RUSH: The Imp, the Spirit, the Hero - playing David Helfgott in SHINE

2016 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 28 min

A delightful short film, made for the 20th anniversary of the release of SHINE. Prior to the production of SHINE in 1996, Geoffrey Rush was a renowned theatre actor in Australia but had had little involvement in film. SHINE transformed his career, especially when he won the Oscar for Best Actor. more

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GIORGIO MANGIAMELE COLLECTION, THE

GIORGIO MANGIAMELE COLLECTION, THE

(M) 282 min

Five provocative works from an Italian filmmaker in post-war Australia. This 2-DVD set includes a 28-page booklet, 70 minutes of interviews with film historians as well as the following five films: IL CONTRATTO, THE SPAG [unreleased], THE SPAG [released], NINETY NINE PER CENT and CLAY. more

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GIRLS' TALES: Women discuss experiences of schooling

GIRLS' TALES: Women discuss experiences of schooling

2015 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 87 min

"GIRLS' TALES: Women discuss experiences of schooling" consists of three thirty-minute episodes. The documentary is a compilation of interviews in which adult women recollect the experiences and opportunities of their secondary school education. more

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GOD'S GIRLS: Stories from an Australian Convent

GOD'S GIRLS: Stories from an Australian Convent

1992 (PG) 49 min

GOD'S GIRLS describes life in a Sisters of Mercy convent in country New South Wales from the 1940s to the present day. This courageous and clever film investigates the subtle complexities of change within a society that has been surrounded by mystery for hundreds of years. more

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GOGODALA: A Cultural Revival?

GOGODALA: A Cultural Revival?

1976 (G) 58 min

The stormy history of the Gogodala people earlier this century, and the attempts in the 1970s to revive their culture, form the basis for this superbly photographed film by Chris Owen. more

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GOLDEN CORD, THE

GOLDEN CORD, THE

1996 (G) 55 min

THE GOLDEN CORD looks beyond the fascinating detail of the refined technical skills required by the art of batik, to aspects of the vivid spiritual and social traditions of Java and Aboriginal Australia: two distinct but strangely parallel contemporary cultures resting on timeless foundations. more

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GOOD-BYE OLD MAN [from the AIATSIS Collection]

GOOD-BYE OLD MAN [from the AIATSIS Collection]

1977 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 66 min

A Tiwi Island Bereavement Ceremony. more

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GOODBYE REVOLUTION

GOODBYE REVOLUTION

2008 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 52 min

This beautiful and moving portrait of Chinese artist, Shen Jiawei, is a 'labour of love' from director Esben Storm. Shen moved to Australia at the time of the Tiananmen Square uprising. Now, 20 years later, Shen is taking us back to China. A journey of rediscovery and reflection, a journey through which we get to know the... more

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GOUGH WHITLAM: In His Own Words

GOUGH WHITLAM: In His Own Words

2002 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 84 min

Australia's reformist and controversial former Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam, shares his views on 50 years of public life, in an in-depth conversation with Senator John Faulkner. more

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GREEN BUSH [from the CAAMA Collection]

GREEN BUSH [from the CAAMA Collection]

2005 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 26 min

An Indigenous radio DJ does the nightshift at a remote community radio station, and must negotiate nightly dramas while still spinning the music. A film by Warwick Thornton. more

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