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Pattern of Life

Australia, 1964 (MIFF 1964, Australiana)

Director: Geoffrey Collings

A study of bark paintings as a background to the social and religious life of the Australian aborigines.

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Roof of Australia

In the winter snow of the Australian Great Divide the men of the Snowy Mountains Scheme go on with their work &ndash: surveyors and hydrographers skiing across the mountain tops, bulldozers and giant ... More »

The Invisible Link

The part played by the Post Office in Australian broadcasting in 1951, featuring the men behind the scenes. ... First Prize Documentary Section, Jubilee Film Awards 1951. ... More »

The Coal Miner

Life among miners on Australian coalfields. The mines have been mechanised, increasing production and improving conditions. ... More »

Wide West

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 »

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Pipes of Para

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