This feature-length celebration of the early films of Shakespeare, draws together a delightful selection of thrilling, dramatic, iconic and humorous scenes from two dozen different titles, many of which have been unseen for decades.
The Odd Angry Shot is still the only movie made about Australia’s involvement in the Vietnam War. It’s a tough, biting comedy, which combines action and pathos with humour to tell the story of a group of Australian regular soldiers on a year’s tour of duty in Vietnam in the late 1960s. Director Tom Jeffrey will introduce the film and afterwards conduct a Q&A session.
This talk highlights research with genealogical communities in Australia, England and Canada. It questions the gendering of genealogists to reveal links between feminism and family history, showing the complex ways in which family historians evoke emotions when talking about their motivations and the impact of their research on their lives.