Civil Rights (Australia)

Australia (2008)
Love story set against background of racism and Japanese attack on Darwin, Australia on February 19, 1942
Newsfront (1978)
Follows two rivalries against the background of key political events of the 1950s in Australia
Black and White (2002)
Police virtually frame an aboriginal man leading to great controversy over the role of race in Australia
Jedda (1955)
Conflict arises when an Aboriginal girl is separated from her culture
The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith (1978)
Aborigine follows the white rules but no matter what he does he can't get ahead
Tracker (2002)
A racist policeman goes way too far in his reactions to Aborigines
We of the Never Never (1982)
Aeneas Gunn, the first white woman ever to journey into the Australian Outback
Walkabout (1971)
A British boy and girl are stranded in the outback and form a relationship with a young Aborigine
Rabbit-Proof Fence (2002)
3 aborigine girls break away from their assimilation school to head back home
Beneath Clouds (2002)
Racial experience between Lena (mixed-caste) & Vaughn (a Murri boy)
Aborigine torn between black and white worlds
Manganinnie (1980)
Child's view of near-genocide of Tasmanian Aborigines
Life of the first Australian Aboriginal actor Robert Tudawali, (a.k.a., Bobby Wilson)
Wake In Fright (1971)
British teacher at isolated school with menacing locals
Romper Stomper (1992)
Nazi skinheads in Melbourne take out their anger on local Vietnamese
Australian Rules (2002)
Racism in the local football team
The Dismissal (1983)
First Labor Prime Minister in 23 years who made many liberal changes (dismissed by the Governor-General in 1975)
Effect of the Whitlam sacking on a group of Melbournites
Dealing with the aftermath of the Whitlam sacking & other key events