We look at how women’s football has developed in Australia over the past century.
This clip shows the Henley-on-Yarra regatta and celebrations; the agricultural showgrounds and ‘fair barrackers at a football match’. Each segment is introduced with an intertitle.
Lorrpu (John Sebastian Pilakui) dreams of when he and his friends were initiated, as Botj (Sean Mununggur) arrives back from three months in jail.
Banduk Marika walks amongst the Sydney population.
An unofficial anthem of Australian Rules football, ‘Up There Cazaly’ was written by Mike Brady to promote Channel Seven's coverage of the Victorian Football League.
According to this short newsreel segment from 1962, 'the biggest football crowds of over 100,000 flock to Australia's own special brand of football'.
Footy: The La Perouse Way is the story of a small Aboriginal community located in bustling multicultural Sydney.
After another loss and a skirmish in the change rooms, unhappy recruit Geoff (John Howard) tells the coach Laurie (Jack Thompson) that he can’t stand football, or the club, and admits that he has j
Club president Ted Parker (Graham Kennedy) is under pressure to resign, following allegations that he beat up a stripper at a club function.
Tasmanian star recruit Geoff Hayward (John Howard) arrives at the club to face strong resentment from the less well-paid players and the coach, Laurie Holden (Jack Thompson).