Australasian Video Online
Australasian Video Online is an online streaming database of documentary and educational videos from many of Australasia’s top video publishers.
Australasian Video Online is a multidisciplinary collection of videos from top regional publishers, covering a broad range of topics with special emphasis on indigenous issues, cultural studies, environmental studies, anthropology, immigration studies, and Asian studies.
- Kokoda - The story of the brutal World War II military campaign between Australia and Japan
- Everyday Brave - First-hand stories of movers and shakers in the Aboriginal community
- Bom Bali - Circumstances behind the 2002 terrorist bombings in Bali
- Mary meets Mohammad - A local pensioner meets a 26 year old Muslim man from a newly opened detention centre in Tasmania
- Murdoch - The inside story of one of the most powerful and controversial media moguls on the planet
Films come from Australasia’s most trusted content partners, including the National Film and Sound Archive’s Film Australia Collection, SBS Television, George Andrews Productions, Beamafilms, and Electric Pictures.
Alongside these key videos, Australasian Video Online provides more than 200 high-quality teaching guides produced by The Australian Teachers of Media Association. These detailed guides provide synopses, contextual information, discussion topics, sample classroom activities, and related resources that help enhance engagement and learning outcomes.