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EXILE IN SARAJEVO

EXILE IN SARAJEVO

1996 (M) 91 min

A passionate, cinematically innovative story of the siege of Sarajevo from the viewpoint of Australian, Tahir Cambis and Sarajevan, Alma Sahbaz. Rich in imagery with a wonderful music score - Alma and Tahir take us on a kaleidoscopic adventure as they chart the soul of a city in exile. more

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FANTOME ISLAND

FANTOME ISLAND

2011 (PG) 82 min

The fascinating and moving tale of Joe Eggmolesse, who in 1945 was removed from his family and confined to an Indigenous leper colony on an island off the North Queensland coast. He was seven years old. 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 SEASONS [from the CAAMA Collection]

FIVE SEASONS [from the CAAMA Collection]

2004 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 52 min

In these fast and modern times, the Numurindi people are still guided by the seasons and stories of the Dreamtime. This observational documentary focuses on Moses Numamurdirdi and his families fight to hold onto their culture and ways in an ever-changing world. 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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FRAMED

FRAMED

2009 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 55 min

FRAMED is about our fascination with faces. It's about portraits. But what is a portrait? Of course it's the famous painting on the gallery wall and the notorious candidate for the Archibald Prize. But isn't it also the cherished photograph you have in your wallet, at your place of work, by your bed? In FRAMED we... 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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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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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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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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GROWING CITIES

GROWING CITIES

2013 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 92 min

From rooftop farmers to backyard beekeepers, Americans are growing food like never before. Growing Cities tells the inspiring stories of these intrepid urban farmers, innovators, and everyday city-dwellers who are challenging the way the USA grows and distributes its food. more

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HABITS OF NEW NORCIA, THE

HABITS OF NEW NORCIA, THE

2000 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 53 min

Re-release of a remarkable documentary from 2000: the story of the Benedictine Aboriginal Mission at New Norcia, in Western Australia. Now a popular tourist destination north of Perth, the Mission holds harsh memories for the former Aboriginal "inmates" who were placed there during the 1920s through to the 1960s. more

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HACKTIVISTS, THE

HACKTIVISTS, THE

2002 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: M) 52 min

A one hour documentary that explores the world of on-line activists. These are computer experts who are using the Internet and cyberspace as very effective new means of protest against global capitalism and the power of large transnational companies. more

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HAND-DRAWN HISTORIES: The Films of Lee Whitmore

HAND-DRAWN HISTORIES: The Films of Lee Whitmore

2011 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 61 min

NED WETHERED (11 mins), ON A FULL MOON (17 mins), ADA (7 mins) and THE SAFE HOUSE (26 mins). EXTRA FEATURES: Interview (23 mins), The Making of ... (42 mins) Plus slideshow of storyboards. DVD also includes a 28-page DVD booklet - Hand-drawn Histories THE FILMS OF LEE WHITMORE: the animator talks about her... more

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HATRED

HATRED

1996 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 56 min

HATRED is an award-winning Australian documentary - a personal journey that asks big social questions about identity and prejudice in the modern world. more

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HERITAGE FIGHT

HERITAGE FIGHT

2013 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: PG) 104 min

Broome is a small town in the Kimberley region, Australia's last great wilderness. This is where the head of Western Australia, Colin Barnett, and Woodside, a multi billion-dollar company and Australia's largest liquid natural gas producers, have decided to install the second largest liquified natural gas plant in the... more

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HIGHER EDUCATION

HIGHER EDUCATION

2010 (Classification Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G) 72 min

For some students, entering university can be the result of years of personal struggle and challenge. [DVD includes EXTRA FEATURE: Interview with the director, MILES ROSTON] more

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