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OUT OF OUR MINDS

OUT OF OUR MINDS

2001 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 52 min

OUT OF OUR MINDS explores the interlocking stories of Mark Dean, Rita Halabarek and Sonia Teuben. They are full-time professional actors and writers with Geelong's Back to Back Theatre, each of them are people with intellectual disabilities. more

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OVER THE EDGE

OVER THE EDGE

2015 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 56 min

Teenagers in the series ON THE EDGE reunite 5 years later as young adults facing a turbulent world. This film explores how their choices have determined their present circumstances. Some are working, some in jail, and three are parents. Every one of them is living an extraordinary life and coming to terms with their world. more

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OVER THE FENCE

OVER THE FENCE

2004 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 104 min

What happens when two worlds collide and there's only a garden fence in between? OVER THE FENCE is a 4 PART SERIES offering a humorous and insightful peak into backyard disputes an the healing power of finding common ground. more

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PAINTING THE TOWN

PAINTING THE TOWN

1986 (G) 59 min

PAINTING THE TOWN is a film about art and artists, culture and politics. Through the story of Yosl Bergner, the film reveals a community of Australian painters who sought to create an art that would reflect the great social upheavals of the 1930s and 1940s. more

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PANTHER WITHIN, THE

PANTHER WITHIN, THE

2016 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 54 min

Filmmaker Edoardo Crismani and his mother Barbara embark on a search to unravel the mystery surrounding Barbara’s father, Joe Murray, an Indigenous boxing champion who danced and sang in vaudeville shows, and married a blue-eyed blonde white woman in 1930s Australia. more

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PAPA BILONG CHIMBU

PAPA BILONG CHIMBU

2007 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 54 min

In 1937 a young Catholic missionary, Father John Nilles, arrived in the highlands of Papua New Guinea – one of the first whites the local people had ever seen. There he would stay for the next 54 years. More than just a priest, he would become an anthropologist, linguist, politician and clan leader. more

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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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PAST IMPERFECT

PAST IMPERFECT

2015 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 13 min

An award-winning short drama exploring the interrelated needs of people living with mental illness and their family carers. Based on the personal experiences of the filmmakers, Georgina Jenkins and Robb Shaw-Velzen, the film is a provocative discussion-starter on a neglected subject. more

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P.G-H.

P.G-H.

1992 (G) 57 min

The life and art of composer Peggy Glanville-Hicks - born in Australia in 1912, P.G-H., as she was known, lived and worked in America, becoming one of the few women to take a powerful creative role in the world of modern music. more

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PHOTO WALLAHS

PHOTO WALLAHS

1991 (G) 60 min

Renowned ethnographic filmmakers David and Judith MacDougall explore the many meanings of photography in this profound and penetrating documentary. The film focuses on the photographers of Mussoorie, a hill station in the Himalayan foothills of northern India whose fame has attracted tourists since the 19th century. more

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PIONEERS OF LOVE

PIONEERS OF LOVE

2005 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 110 min

An epic story of Immigrant and Indigenous experiences in far north Queensland spanning across the 20th century. more

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PITJIRI: The Snake That Will Not Sink

PITJIRI: The Snake That Will Not Sink

1986 (G) 48 min

In 1936 on a remote outpost in the Northern Territory, nine Aboriginal Elders appeared before Ruth Heathcock, who they believed was a member of their tribe before the Dreaming. Fifty years later, Sister Ruth returns and describes the psychic phenomena that she experienced and how this changed her perception of the human... more

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PLEAD GUILTY, GET A BOND

PLEAD GUILTY, GET A BOND

1991 (G) 30 min

A young Aboriginal woman has been charged with wounding her husband during a domestic argument. It is expected by all concerned that she will simply plead guilty and receive a good behaviour bond. The inexperienced legal aid lawyer is outraged by this expectations and persuades Amy to plead her innocence. more

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POLES APART: The Blue Poles Controversy

POLES APART: The Blue Poles Controversy

2001 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 52 min

Places the acquisition, by the Whitlam government 25 years ago, of Jackson Pollock's 'Blue Poles' in a social and political context and looks at what the painting means today. more

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PORTS OF DESTINY

PORTS OF DESTINY

1998 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 52 min

This documentary follows a 76 year-old man from Australia to Argentina to see his 96 year-old Aunt for the first time since they were separated by war 60 years ago. The film charts the experiences of aging, migration and memory when one is towards the end of their life. more

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POZIERES

POZIERES

2000 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: M) 52 min

Between July and August, 1916, the small village of Pozieres in northern France became the centre of one of the bloodiest battles of the Great War. By the end of August the village had been destroyed. The battles to reclaim the territory for the French nation were to become legendary. 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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PRIESTESS/THE STOREKEEPER, THE

PRIESTESS/THE STOREKEEPER, THE

1983 (G) 30 min

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

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