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Australia, 1970 (MIFF 1971, Australian Films)

Director: Philip Mark Law

A subjective look at the new National Gallery of Melbourne: the building, the objets d'art, the visitors…

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THREE TO GO - Toula

Toula, a Greek girl, tries to live like her Australian friends, despite opposition from her parents. ... Three To Go received a Silver Award, Australian Film Awards 1970 ... More »

Arts Vietnam, a Protest to Stop the War

In 1968 artists from all parts of Australia and all fields of endeavour organised a one-week festival through which they expressed their attitudes on the Vietnam war. ... Alan Stout Award, Australian ... More »

Earth Message

A study of the early winter landscape of the hills and bush around Canberra, using multiple super impositions of images. ... Silver Award, Alan Stout Award, Australian Film Awards 1970 ... More »

All My Own Work

New approaches in art education are seen in a typical grade four primary classroom. Through a wide variety of activities, and with a sympathetic and understanding teacher, the children grow in ... More »

Wildcat Country

An impression of offshore oil operations in a desolate area. ... Silver Award, Australian Film Awards 1970: Second Prize, Captain Cook Bi-Centenary Film Awards, 1970 ... More »

THREE TO GO - Michael

Should Michael follow the straight and narrow path of conformity, or listen to the prophets of change and revolution? The question is: in which world does Michael belong? ... This episode won the ... More »

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