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Campfire provides schools access to an online library of high quality short films that help introduce difficult topics and spark discussions about meaningful issues. Curriculum themes include Aboriginal Perspectives, Media, Religion and Society. Register for free and learn how you can join our community of inspirational teachers making an impact on their students.Learn More
Spark 2: Sharing the Planet
As human beings, we share our planet with a range of animals that we variously choose to love as pets or loathe as pests. In this Campfire Spark, we present three short films which examine this theme from various points of view. In The Brunswick Browns, 6-year-old Ollie introduces us to his chickens, happily coexisting with the family in the backyard of his inner suburb of Melbourne. Brumbies at a Place of Peace tells of the work of Billie Dean, lovingly rescuing the wild mountain horses of the NSW High Country. Finally, city-girl filmmaker Ast...View previous festivities »
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What does it mean to be "Asian"? What is it like to have some sense of Asian identity in Australia or New Zealand? In this Campfire Spark, we present three short films which examine this theme from various points of view. In Tet, filmmaker James Tran eloquently captures his boyhood feelings and mem...