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SINCE THE COMPANY CAME

SINCE THE COMPANY CAME

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

A Solomon Islands community struggles with some unexpected consequences of a logging operation. The men of Rendova Island embrace the chance to be part of the modern economy; but the women are concerned for the forests and traditions that sustain their families. As Rendova's forest rapidly disappears, the loggers set their... more

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SISTERS

SISTERS

2008 (M) 42 min

SISTERS captures the experiences of a young Australian woman working amongst the Missionaries of Charity on the streets of Calcutta, tending to the poorest of the poor in a city of untouchables. more

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SIX DAYS IN AUGUST

SIX DAYS IN AUGUST

2006 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 52 min

This documentary juxtaposes an international AIDS Conference with the realities of "life on the ground" in South Africa. In the city of Durban, 1 in 3 people are infected with AIDS, the government's solution is to urge its people to eat beetroot and garlic, and most people just wish the problem would go away on its own. more

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SLEEP OF REASON, THE

SLEEP OF REASON, THE

1993 (PG) 50 min

A film about the end of the world: the myth that has been with us since the beginning of civilization, and the possibility made real at Hiroshima in 1945. The journey takes us from medieval paintings to 50s sci fi movies and leaves us better able to understand and deal with our destructive urges. more

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SMALL HAPPINESS

SMALL HAPPINESS

1984 (G) 58 min

Part 2: THE LONG BOW TRILOGY - SMALL HAPPINESS: 'To give birth to a boy is considered a big happiness. To give birth to a girl is not exactly no happiness, but a small happiness.' more

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SMALL POPPIES, THE

SMALL POPPIES, THE

2002 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 60 min

A film about the staging of the play "Small Poppies" in which adult actors play 5 year olds on their first day of school. Featuring David Field, Julie Forsyth, Deborah Mailman, Rebecca Massey, Arky Michael, Geoffrey Rush more

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SMARTER COUNTRY, A - creating the future

SMARTER COUNTRY, A - creating the future

2014 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 55 min

As Australia struggles with the harsh effects of climate change, green pioneers and visionaries are working towards an ecologically sustainable future in agriculture, architecture, renewable energy, and how we live on our planet - both here and in America, China and in developing countries. more

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SMUT HOUNDS - Censorship in the Sixties

SMUT HOUNDS - Censorship in the Sixties

2015 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: M) 9 min

Seventy-seven seconds of celluloid that scandalised a government and transformed Australian cinema. more

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SNAKES AND LADDERS

SNAKES AND LADDERS

1988 (PG) 59 min

Drawing on interviews and a striking selection of archival footage, this film reveals the expectations and achievements of women who have struggled to gain a tertiary education - and the reality of discrimination. The film employs the unusual device of a whimsical investigator, Sophia Whist, who pieces together the elements... more

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SOME ALIEN CREATURES

SOME ALIEN CREATURES

2005 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 74 min

A film about the famous experimental, co-educational boarding school in South India, the Rishi Valley School, founded by the influential Indian thinker Krishnamurti. more

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SOMETHING CLOSE TO HELL

SOMETHING CLOSE TO HELL

1989 (M) 55 min

The pain of severe burn is said to be greater than that of any other injury. SOMETHING CLOSE TO HELL explores the stuggle of burns survivors during their physical and emotional recovery. more

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SOMETHING OF THE TIMES [from the AIATSIS Collection]

SOMETHING OF THE TIMES [from the AIATSIS Collection]

1985 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 41 min

The story of Aboriginal and white buffalo hunters in the remote wetlands of the Northern Territory in the 1930s. more

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SONGS FOR KATE

SONGS FOR KATE

2013 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 50 min

Imagining a life for Kate Kelly - a woman overshadowed in her own time and in history by her bushranging brother. At the core of the film is the story of writer Merrill Findlay’s efforts to prepare a chamber opera about Kate’s last days. more

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SONS OF NAMATJIRA [from the AIATSIS Collection]

SONS OF NAMATJIRA [from the AIATSIS Collection]

1975 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 47 min

A group of celebrated Aboriginal artists and their relationship with the outside world. more

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SPEAR IN THE STONE [from the AIATSIS Collection]

SPEAR IN THE STONE [from the AIATSIS Collection]

1983 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 34 min

An age-old tradition of making spear-heads from special stones in Arnhem Land. more

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SPECIAL TREATMENT- Locking Up Aboriginal Children

SPECIAL TREATMENT- Locking Up Aboriginal Children

1991 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 55 min

Australia imprisons almost as many black children as they do in South Africa. Today 45% of all juveniles in NSW jails are Aborigines though they form less than 2% of the population. Made by a crew of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians, this program asks why police are under-using alternative procedures to criminal... more

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STEPPING OUT

STEPPING OUT

1981 (G) 54 min

In November 1979, forty extraordinary people took to the stage. Labelled by society as mentally handicapped, isolated and hidden away in institutions since early childhood, they came to the Sydney Opera House and gave a performance that held audiences spellbound. This film tells the joyous story of that event. more

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STILL BREATHING

STILL BREATHING

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

Rob Fraser was born with cystic fibrosis. He can see the end of his life clearly and he's considering a lung transplant. With Rob's intimate narration, he contemplates what he is prepared to risk. more

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STILL OUR COUNTRY

STILL OUR COUNTRY

2015 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 88 min

A poetic celebration of country and culture, Still Our Country documents the swiftly changing lives of the Yolngu people of Ramingining in the Northern Territory. This evocative carnival of images and sounds makes a bold declaration of identity and offers a hopeful promise of a future. more

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STOCKMAN'S STRATEGY [from the AIATSIS Collection]

STOCKMAN'S STRATEGY [from the AIATSIS Collection]

1984 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 51 min

An insight into the transfer of knowledge and experience on the Collum Collum cattle station in north-eastern New South Wales. more

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