DVD in Fisher Library and other locations.
Ten canoes tells the story of the people of the Arafura swamp, in their language, and is set a long time before the coming of the Balanda, as white people were known.
No longer on their website so access from this guide: a detailed 83-page teaching and learning kit about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and film (mostly moving image) in Australia. It has ten sections containing discussion & activities with some sections listing extensive relevant online resources.
A free, quick and easy-to-use search engine for teachers and educators. The Resource Finder features free for education video clips from Screen Australia's remarkable archive - one of the nation's largest and most historically significant collections. Clips are matched with print-friendly two-page resource sheets that include background information, engaging student research and classroom activities all written by leading teachers.
Includes film clip, transcripts and study guide for a range of Aboriginal activists including Faith Bandler, Neville Bonner, Rosalie Kunoth Monks, Ruby Langford, Lowitja O'Donoghue, and Charles Perkins.
First Contact is a documentary series that takes a group of six ordinary people and immerses them into Aboriginal Australia. Through a journey of conflict and discovery, light is shone on a hidden and divided nation. Stereotypes are smashed. Lives are changed.
Six out of ten who call Australia home have had little or no contact with Indigenous people. The provocative, controversial and dramatic television event First Contact returns to SBS with Ray Martin as host.
First Australians chronicles the birth of contemporary Australia as never told before, from the perspective of its first people. First Australians explores what unfolds when the oldest living culture in the world is overrun by the world's greatest empire. Created in collaboration with members of the Gadigal, Darug, Dharawal and Wiradjuri communities.
This mini-series follows four young men from a remote community in Australia's Northern Territory. Expert bush mechanics and hunters, these fellas love nothing more than to bring home a bounty of fish, turtle, kangaroo and bush foods for their families. They love adventure and plenty of it comes their way in this hit web series from the director of Bush Mechanics, David Batty.
The Warriors follows three Australian Rules Football rookies who are thrust into a world of fame and fortune when they are selected for the worst team in the league and placed together in a share house with their reluctant mentor - the team's bad-boy captain. Together the four footballers encounter drama on and off the field with hilarious results, causing endless stress for the club's coach, communications manager and president. Can the boys learn to live with each other and overcome their personal obstacles to survive the preseason and make the final team?
This 10 minute animated video helps to promote understanding of Aboriginal people’s experience from colonisation to the present day.
Image: Source is the Journey of Health and Wellbeing animation, created and Tim Muirhead, Danny Ford and the Department of Health Policy Directorate. Produced by the Department of Health, Western Australia. 2020.
These educational resources were created out of a partnership with advisors and Dujuan's family and explore themes including: children’s voices and rights; the right to self-determination; and connections to Country.
Reconciliation Australia is an education partner for In My Blood It Runs. In this article they explain the five dimensions of reconciliation, why change in Australian education is important and how positive race relations create unity.
Visiting the WA Museum Boola Bardip from the National Museum of Australia, join exhibition curator Margo Neale for a tour where you will hear first-hand about this iconic exhibition's development, stories and impact.
A dreaming story of the Wongutha people from the Eastern goldfields, this wonderful retelling by well-known Indigenous children's author, May O'Brien explains how the Seven Sisters (Pleiades) came to be.
Mabo - The Native Title Revolution delves into the legal case and the important issues it raises for Australians and indigenous peoples everywhere. Broader concepts such as colonisation, land rights and native title are explored through hundreds of specially created mini movies, animations, archival film clips and a wealth of stills and stories from primary and secondary sources.