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60 Minutes, Gold Digger
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produced by Randall Joyce, fl. 1999-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Jana Wendt, 1956-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1999), 12 mins
Joseph Gutnick is one of the biggest private owners of gold in the world, if not the biggest. He personally owns 5 million ounces of gold, which translates into $1.3 billion. What makes him singular, though, is the way in which he finds his gold. 60 Minutes II Correspondent Jana Wendt reports.
produced by Randall Joyce, fl. 1999-2015, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Jana Wendt, 1956-, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1999), 12 mins
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Abortion, Corruption and Cops - The Bertram Wainer Story
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directed by John Moore, fl. 2008 (Acton, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 2005), 52 mins
In 1967 a young woman came to Dr Bertram Wainer's Melbourne surgery seeking emergency medical treatment after a backyard abortion. She was desperately ill yet too afraid to go to hospital. For Wainer this was the start of a long, hard struggle to overturn laws that made abortion an offence punishable by up to 15 y...
directed by John Moore, fl. 2008 (Acton, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 2005), 52 mins
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The Coconut Revolution
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directed by Dom Rotheroe, 1964-; produced by Mike Chamberlain, fl. 1993 and Darren Bender, fl. 1999, Stampede Films (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2012), 52 mins
This is the modern-day story of a native peoples' remarkable victory over Western Colonial power. A Pacific island rose up in arms against giant mining corporation Rio Tinto Zinc (RTZ) - and won despite a military occupation and blockade. When RTZ decided to step up production at the Panguna Mine on the island of...
directed by Dom Rotheroe, 1964-; produced by Mike Chamberlain, fl. 1993 and Darren Bender, fl. 1999, Stampede Films (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2012), 52 mins
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Mr. Patterns
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written by Nic Testoni and Jo Plumley; directed by Catriona McKenzie; produced by Nic Testoni and Jo Plumley (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 2003), 55 mins
Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers should be aware that this content may contain images or names of people who have since passed away. Mr. Patterns tells the story of Geoff Bardon who, together with the Papunya artists, was a catalyst for what many consider one of the greatest art movements of...
written by Nic Testoni and Jo Plumley; directed by Catriona McKenzie; produced by Nic Testoni and Jo Plumley (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 2003), 55 mins
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The Prime Minister is Missing
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directed by Peter Butt, 1955-; produced by Sally Regan, fl. 2005-2011 and Peter Butt, 1955- (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 2011), 56 mins
With Australia at war in Vietnam in 1967, suddenly Prime Minister Harold Holt disappeared without a trace–an event unparalleled in the history of western democracy. Four decades after Harold Holt's bizarre disappearance at Cheviot Beach, a coronial inquiry confirmed that he had accidentally drowned. Some people...
directed by Peter Butt, 1955-; produced by Sally Regan, fl. 2005-2011 and Peter Butt, 1955- (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 2011), 56 mins
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The Australian Experience, 1995, Populate or Perish
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written by Tony Barrell, fl. 1977-2010 and Susan Ardill, fl. 1994; directed by Susan Ardill, fl. 1994; produced by Susan Ardill, fl. 1994 and Clare Bonham, fl. 1995-2005, Film Australia, in The Australian Experience, 1995 (Acton, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1995), 55 mins
Australia has long been seen as a land of potential, with plenty of room for everyone - provided they were white. This film recalls the fear and insularity that has shaped our population policy. Today, these anxieties are often expressed as opposition to further population increase. Others argue that the problem i...
written by Tony Barrell, fl. 1977-2010 and Susan Ardill, fl. 1994; directed by Susan Ardill, fl. 1994; produced by Susan Ardill, fl. 1994 and Clare Bonham, fl. 1995-2005, Film Australia, in The Australian Experience, 1995 (Acton, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 1995), 55 mins
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Catalyst, Series 13, Episode 4, Proof of ID
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produced by Graham Phillips, fl. 1984-2012, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, in Catalyst, Series 13, Episode 4 (New South Wales: ABC Commercial, 2012), 7 mins
When a young person arrives in Australia without paperwork, their fate rests in a book of wrist X-rays.
produced by Graham Phillips, fl. 1984-2012, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, in Catalyst, Series 13, Episode 4 (New South Wales: ABC Commercial, 2012), 7 mins
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The Invisible Ties That Bind
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produced by Michael Doyle (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2011), 46 mins
This powerful investigative documentary gains exceptional access into the murky world of high-level diplomatic dealings where human rights are sacrificed to the bigger political picture.
produced by Michael Doyle (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2011), 46 mins
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Spies in the Pacific
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directed by Mark Davies; produced by SBS Television (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2012), 50 mins
Australia's powerful presence in the Pacific often provokes resentment from smaller Pacific Island states in the region. Renowned film producer, Mark Davis, gained access to an extraordinary unfolding tale as Vanuatu suddenly found itself the subject of Australian spying operations.
directed by Mark Davies; produced by SBS Television (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2012), 50 mins
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Tracking The Intervention
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produced by Sarah Curnow, Australian Broadcasting Corporation (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2007), 45 mins
Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers should be aware that this content may contain images or names of people who have since passed away.
Shocked at the depth and extent of abuse in Australian Aboriginal communities, the government ordered the Army to intervene. With what success?
produced by Sarah Curnow, Australian Broadcasting Corporation (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2007), 45 mins
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