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FIFTEEN MINUTES OF FIRE

FIFTEEN MINUTES OF FIRE

1997 (PG) 55 min

On 8 January 1994, Sydney was in the grip of an intense heat wave. Without warning, a quiet suburban street exploded into fire and in the space of just fifteen minutes, many homes were reduced to smouldering heaps of ash. This film documents the challenges faced by the community as they go about the prospect of rebuilding... more

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FINAL INSULT

FINAL INSULT

1997 (PG) 55 min

A challenging film about people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities - a powerful exploration of the human reaction to the accumulated chemical pollutants in our environment. 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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FLOATING ... LIKE WIND BLOW 'EM ABOUT

FLOATING ... LIKE WIND BLOW 'EM ABOUT

1975 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 58 min

Only available in the ASPECTS OF A LIFE collection. 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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FLYING BOOMERANGS, THE

FLYING BOOMERANGS, THE

2006 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 26 min

24 Indigenous teenagers embark on the first Aussie Rules tour of South Africa. more

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FOLLOWING THE FENCELINE

FOLLOWING THE FENCELINE

1996 (PG) 50 min

An important documentary about breast cancer and an innovative approach to public awareness taken by 14 remarkable women. more

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FOR LOVE OR MONEY: A History of Women and Work in Australia

FOR LOVE OR MONEY: A History of Women and Work in Australia

1983 (G) 107 min

DIGITALLY RESTORED! An investigation and celebration of women's work from white settlement to the present, a story told by Aboriginal and migrant women, convict women and today's women. more

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FOR THE DEFENCE

FOR THE DEFENCE

1999 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 55 min

Explores the Victorian criminal justice system via the experiences of three criminal defence lawyers. Their journey takes us from interview room to supreme court, and into their own lives as they strive to maintain the principles of the right to defence and the presumption of innocence in an increasingly pressurised legal... more

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FREEDOM STORIES

FREEDOM STORIES

2015 (PG) 99 min

Explores the achievements of former 'boat people' who arrived from the Middle-East around the watershed year of 2001. Locked in remote detention centres and then placed on temporary protection visas, their limbo lasted for years. Now Australian citizens, they are building secure lives and contributing to their new country. 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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GALLIPOLI

GALLIPOLI

2005 (PG) 120 min

Through the use of surviving diaries and letters of the soldiers, GALLIPOLI shows the bravery and the suffering on both sides. An epic reconstruction of the battle that changed nations forever: a film of spectacular visual sweep and great emotional power. 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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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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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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GREAT STRIKE 1917, THE

GREAT STRIKE 1917, THE

2018 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 69 min

To this day, the Great Strike of 1917 is still Australia's largest industrial upheaval. The story of the Strike has long been dormant in archives, and is now re-told with original film footage from the era. OFFICIAL SELECTION! Antenna Documentary Film Festival. FINALIST! ATOM AWARDS, Documentary (History). more

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GREEN CHAIN, THE

GREEN CHAIN, THE

2011 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 52 min

For 30 years, a Maori community fights for truth and justice after industrial chemical poisoning afflicts its land and people. In the process, many Maori workers affected by the poison learn new skills of leadership and become powerful spokespeople for their cause. more

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