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Asian Insight, Hong Kong, Singapore - Fragrant Harbour/Lion City
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directed by Arch Nicholson, 1941-1990; produced by Don Murray, fl. 1962 and John Temple, fl. 1976, in Asian Insight (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1976), 51 mins
Beginning in Macau, this film records the historical events that brought Western powers–Dutch, American and English–to Asia. The realities of life in Hong Kong and Kowloon during the 1970s, the bustling urban areas and the New Territories on the border of China are examined. Singapore on the other hand, is a c...
directed by Arch Nicholson, 1941-1990; produced by Don Murray, fl. 1962 and John Temple, fl. 1976, in Asian Insight (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1976), 51 mins
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Bitter Rice
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directed by Graham Chase, fl. 1980; produced by Cecil Holmes, 1921-1994, Australian Broadcasting Corporation (O'Connor, Western Australia: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1989), 59 mins
The Philippines is a country with a long history of revolution dating back to Spanish and American colonisation and Japanese occupation. Bitter Rice focuses on the story of Bernabe Buscayno, alias Kommanda Dante, a legendary figure who has devoted his life to the struggle for a free Philippines. Using economic mea...
directed by Graham Chase, fl. 1980; produced by Cecil Holmes, 1921-1994, Australian Broadcasting Corporation (O'Connor, Western Australia: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1989), 59 mins
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Highlands Trilogy, 2, Joe Leahy's Neighbors
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directed by Bob Connolly, 1945- and Robin Anderson, 1948-2002; produced by Robin Anderson, 1948-2002 and Bob Connolly, 1945-, in Highlands Trilogy, 2 (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 1994), 1 hour 30 mins
This film is the follow up of First Contact. It traces the fortunes of Joe Leahy, the mixed-race son of Australian explorer Michael Leahy, in his uneasy relationship with his tribal neighbors. Joe built his coffee plantation on land bought from the Ganiga in the mid 1970's. European educated, raised in the highlan...
directed by Bob Connolly, 1945- and Robin Anderson, 1948-2002; produced by Robin Anderson, 1948-2002 and Bob Connolly, 1945-, in Highlands Trilogy, 2 (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 1994), 1 hour 30 mins
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Highlands Trilogy, 2, Joe Leahy's Neighbors: Film Discussion
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directed by Bob Connolly, 1945- and Robin Anderson, 1948-2002; produced by Robin Anderson, 1948-2002 and Bob Connolly, 1945-, in Highlands Trilogy, 2 (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 1994), 29 mins
This film is the follow up of First Contact. It traces the fortunes of Joe Leahy, the mixed-race son of Australian explorer Michael Leahy, in his uneasy relationship with his tribal neighbors. Joe built his coffee plantation on land bought from the Ganiga in the mid 1970's. European educated, raised in the highlan...
directed by Bob Connolly, 1945- and Robin Anderson, 1948-2002; produced by Robin Anderson, 1948-2002 and Bob Connolly, 1945-, in Highlands Trilogy, 2 (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 1994), 29 mins
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Human Face of China, Mind, Body, and Spirit, Mind, Body, and Spirit
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directed by Bob Kingsbury, fl. 1967-1977; produced by Suzanne Baker, fl. 1968-1986, Film Australia, in Human Face of China, Mind, Body, and Spirit (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1979), 27 mins
This film looks at China's health care system and how propaganda is used to spread awareness of disease. Medical services for China's rural people, who make up 80 per cent of the population, were built on the integration of Chinese traditional and Western medical practices. Most basic health care needs are met by...
directed by Bob Kingsbury, fl. 1967-1977; produced by Suzanne Baker, fl. 1968-1986, Film Australia, in Human Face of China, Mind, Body, and Spirit (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1979), 27 mins
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Human Face of China, One Hundred Entertainments, One Hundred Entertainments
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directed by Bob Kingsbury, fl. 1967-1977; produced by Suzanne Baker, fl. 1968-1986, Film Australia, in Human Face of China, One Hundred Entertainments (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1979), 27 mins
Based in Xi'an, on the old silk road to the west, the Shanxi Provincial Acrobatic Troupe are skilled in their art and loved by the people who see them perform. The troupe's tradition goes back 2000 years. It spends as much as eight months a year on tour.
directed by Bob Kingsbury, fl. 1967-1977; produced by Suzanne Baker, fl. 1968-1986, Film Australia, in Human Face of China, One Hundred Entertainments (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1979), 27 mins
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Human Face of Hong Kong, Running from the Ghost, Running from the Ghost
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directed by Nick Torrens, 1945- and Curtis Levy, fl. 1975-2012; produced by Macek Rubetzki, fl. 1986, Film Australia, in Human Face of Hong Kong, Running from the Ghost (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1985), 50 mins
This episode looks at life at street level - at the hawkers who eke out a living on the streets of Hong Kong. It examines the influx of legal and illegal Chinese "Squatters", in the wake of the Cultural Revolution, contributing to overpopulation and the growth of slums throughout Hong Kong.
directed by Nick Torrens, 1945- and Curtis Levy, fl. 1975-2012; produced by Macek Rubetzki, fl. 1986, Film Australia, in Human Face of Hong Kong, Running from the Ghost (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1985), 50 mins
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Liberta
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written by Faye Kingslee, fl. 2009-2016 and Kan Lume, fl. 2007-2012; directed by Megan Wonowidjoyo, fl. 2012 and Kan Lume, fl. 2007-2012; produced by Kan Lume, fl. 2007-2012 and Megan Wonowidjoyo, fl. 2012; performed by Faye Kingslee, fl. 2009-2016 (Privately Published, 2012), 1 hour 20 mins
This documentary, directed by Kan Lume and Megan Wonowidjoy, is about an actress who candidly discusses her deep sorrow and contemplation of suicide.
written by Faye Kingslee, fl. 2009-2016 and Kan Lume, fl. 2007-2012; directed by Megan Wonowidjoyo, fl. 2012 and Kan Lume, fl. 2007-2012; produced by Kan Lume, fl. 2007-2012 and Megan Wonowidjoyo, fl. 2012; performed by Faye Kingslee, fl. 2009-2016 (Privately Published, 2012), 1 hour 20 mins
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The Post
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directed by Hugh Piper, fl. 1979-2012; produced by Helen Barrow, fl. 2005 (Australia: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1999), 55 mins
The Post looks at Cambodia through the eyes of a small group of journalists working on The Phnom Penh Post, an independent English language newspaper that has chronicled the country's recent turbulent history. The central characters are the American editor and publisher, Michael Hayes, and his band of expatriate a...
directed by Hugh Piper, fl. 1979-2012; produced by Helen Barrow, fl. 2005 (Australia: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1999), 55 mins
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Teachers of the World, The Cartoon Classroom (Korea)
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directed by Suh Jae Suhk, fl. 1993 and Catherine Marciniak, fl. 2001-2010; produced by Kim Sang Keun, fl. 2012, Korean Broadcasting System, in Teachers of the World (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1993), 26 mins
Teacher Choi Young-Jae thinks that children only like going to school if they know it’s going to be interesting. His aim is to make school irresistible to them. Choi’s teaching techniques, in a middle-class elementary school outside of Seoul, are regarded as radical in an education system where traditionally l...
directed by Suh Jae Suhk, fl. 1993 and Catherine Marciniak, fl. 2001-2010; produced by Kim Sang Keun, fl. 2012, Korean Broadcasting System, in Teachers of the World (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1993), 26 mins
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