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date: 17th Dec 2015

tags: Activism, Documentary, Environment, Law, Politics, Science


frackman

Australia will soon become the world’s biggest gas exporter as more than 30,000 ‘fracked’ wells are sunk in the state of Queensland alone. ‘The Frackman’, a.k.a. Dayne Pratzky, is an activist standing up to coal seam gas conglomerates who demand the right to drill wells on private farmland. Along with others in the community wanting to keep mining away from land where they’re planning to build new homes, Dayne soon realises they have no legal rights to prevent fracking on their own land.


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date: 14th Dec 2015

tags: Australian Film, Children's, Documentary, Family, Society


teachersMED

The impact a teacher might have on a student can be life-changing – but are our teachers receiving enough credit? Inspiring Teachers gives credit where credit is due following four unorthodox Australian teachers as they educate students from English to Mathematics and beyond the classroom to their extra-curricular roles as sports coach or club leaders.  The effort and dedication these teachers show to their students is artfully captured alongside student perspectives and what it means to truly inspire someone.
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date: 13th Dec 2015

tags: Animation, Children's, Documentary, Film


marionationMED2

The true stars of the 1960’s hit TV series Thunderbirds, Sting Ray and Captain Scarlet reveal their on-set secrets in Filmed in Supermarionation. Jerry and Sylvia Anderson, pioneers of puppet animation on screen, take us behind the scenes of running the production company where these dolls came to life – from creating the film sets, explosions, flying scenes and fiddly facial and hand movements.
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date: 11th Dec 2015

tags: Documentary, History, Humanities, Law, Politics, Religion


wacoMED

Academy Award nominated Best Documentary, WACO: The Rules of Engagement addresses conspiracies behind the Waco siege (Feb-April 1993) involving an unorthodox Christian group – The Branch Davidians, US Federal/Texan state law enforcement and the US military. The film goes back to the shootouts and the 51 day standoff including the fire that destroyed the compound in which 76 people died including charismatic leader David Koresh.
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date: 9th Dec 2015

tags: Art, Culture, Documentary, Film, History, Society, Travel


tokyogaMED2

From critically acclaimed German filmmaker Wim Wenders, Tokyo-Ga follows the director as he travels to Japan to pay homage to his idol, Yasujirô Ozu. Ozu’s films such as Tokyo Chorus, Tokyo Story and Late Spring have had such a major influence on Wenders’ cinematographic style that he declares in the film that Ozu is “his only master” in this art form. 
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date: 8th Dec 2015

tags: Activism, Environment, Food, Humanities, Society


blackgoldMED2

Black Gold, directed by brothers Marc and Nick Francis, reveals the shocking truth about the coffee industry and the crippling poverty facing coffee farmers worldwide.
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