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Bush Bikes

Australia, 2002 (MIFF 2003, Documentary)

Director: David Vadiveloo

In town camps and remote communities of Central Australia, Aboriginal boys and girls begin their apprenticeships early, making bush bikes!

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Adolescent

Australia, 2002
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Strange Hungers: Mistress Ursula

Australia, 2002
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Japanese Tradition: Dogeza

Japan, 2002
Become the Perfect Japanese, with this step by step mock educational video. Japanese Tradition is fun, quirky and very cool. When exploring Dogeza, the art of apology, and Sushi, the art of eating su… More »

Japanese Tradition: Sushi

Japan, 2002
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Captive, Waiting...

Iran, 2002
A prisoner of the war between Iran and Iraq has been writing a letter to his son, whom he hasn't seen for 18 years. He is placed on the list of prisoners to be released, but he's still apprehensive. … More »

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