Director: Peter Dimond
Life among miners on Australian coalfields. The mines have been mechanised, increasing production and improving conditions.
This is a film of great beauty. It makes no startling discoveries, it tells no facts. But here, skilfully blended with deep understanding and exquisitely photographed, are a series of small incidents ... More »
The changing pace of life in the Barossa Valley as reflected by the churches there. ... More »
Glimpses of Australia's wide open spaces where the outback stations depend on water from the billabong. ... More »
A general survey of Western Australia. Incidents include airmail delivery to outback stations, oil drilling at Exmouth Gulf and shots of Jarrah and Karri forests. ... More »
A study of bark paintings as a background to the social and religious life of the Australian aborigines. ... More »
This is the fourth film produced by the Waterside Workers' Federation Film Unit. ... Deals with the problem of safety precautions in the building trade. ... More »