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Academic and Open Conferences, and stand-alone lectures (2017-2018)

Invited Symposium speaker: ‘Arrivals by Sea: Migration on Film’. Cinéma-monde: Film, Borders, Translation , University of Stirling (In association with the Advanced Studies Institute, London). Panel Chair and speaker, ‘Auto-ethnography, ethics and exile: the new film-makers’ International Association for the … Continue reading

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Libidinal Circuits Exhibition and events.

Libidinal Circuits was an interdisciplinary exploration of the migration of people and ideas in cities, specifically Liverpool, where the exhibition was sited, and sister port cities such as Sydney and Shanghai. It was linked to a multi-disciplinary academic conference at … Continue reading

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UNSW Lecture video: There’s No Place Like Home

In this lecture, part of the So What? series from UNSW Arts & Social Sciences, Stephanie discusses child migrants in cinema since 1939. The lecture took place on 30 July, 2014. Click here to view the video on YouTube.

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Fairfield Students’ Films

14th Street — Princess and the Witch — Beneath the Crazy Love  — Indian Dance View the trailers for all four films View the complete films    

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The Red Balloon

View ‘The Red Balloon’ Short Films

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Sydney students’ movies: Squirt’s Journey

Follow this cute character’s adventure on the first day of school!

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Sydney students’ movies: Ghost Story

Just an ordinary day in an ordinary school … or is it?

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Sydney students’ movies: Bullied Teacher

It all started with a thrown banana … will these unruly students get away with bullying their teacher?

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Fieldwork: Guangzhou 2014

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Stephanie Donald lecture – There’s No Place Like Home: Child Migrants in World Cinema

In this lecture, part of the So What? series from UNSW Arts & Social Sciences, Stephanie will discuss child migrants in cinema since 1939. When: 30 July 2014, 6pm – 7.30pm Where: Tyree Room, John Niland Scientia Building, UNSW Kensington … Continue reading

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