Science Explorers in the deep oceans. This apparently is the first commercial underwater craft. You can see towards the end of this video a new species of jellyfish called the stalked ascidian. Enjoy. Geonewmedia Real life, real people, real stories.
North west Basketry-Woven Traditions:
I don't know about you but often when I walk through a museum and look at the First Nation artifacts displayed I am curious but unfulfilled.
The unfulfilled comes from not enough knowledge, emotion or true understanding of the value of these amazing pieces.
Here is a way The American Museum Of Natural History has chosen to bring the audience to a deeper understanding of the story of the collection. A simple mini documentary on a traditional basket. I believe it helps us connect to the collection in a deeper way and realise the true heritage of the craft.
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Prof Sheree Cairney often spends her life touring remote Australia alone. She love it! It is her quest to find the pathways to wellbeing and what makes humans thrive.
Sheree is a neuroscientist and has developed a data visualisation tool that helps evaluate wellbeing in remote communities and first nations people. It is called The INTERPLAY PROJECT
In this story she covers English backpackers, traveling Australian alone, dealing with fear, neuroscientists, drugs, the brain and discovering the pathways to wellbeing.
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On this day (Invasion day, Australia Day) I thought I should share a story from remote Australia. While creating documentaries in science, health and education we somehow bump into some awesome Australians achieving amazing things. This is a pic we caught while filming “Learning” for the Interplay Project.
In a remote Island in Northern Australia, local Aboriginal people are moving ahead in Education. They are celebration their success in ways that blow my mind. These young legends were so inspiring. They graduated some years back and now working on country as rangers.
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The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival-New York city will host the US premier of The Secrets of the Kimberley this October 2018. http://www.wcff.org/sunday-october-21/
If you or anyone you know is in New York Sunday 21 October,2018 please come along. We will be discussing expedition filmmaking, science communication, conservation, the remarkable Kimberley, the environment with 100s of other documentary filmmakers and conservationists from around the world.
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From women entrepreneurs, to battlers trying to get a break, this is an insight into remote Aboriginal communities and their battle to survive. We have heard the stories about the dismal employment opportunities for Aboriginal people in remote communities. The fact is, it is difficult for most people in remote communities to find consistent work. In this episode we meet the battlers who are demonstrating incredible resilience, as well as the entrepreneurs who are turning Aboriginal knowledge into income and in turn creating opportunities for many Australians.
This is part of a recent study on the wellbeing of Aboriginal people by Prof Sheree Cairney. It is Part 2 of a three -part documentary series producer by Geonewmedia for the research Institute NINTI. It is an example of how short documentaries can be used to share real stories from the research findings and engage the wider community. Subscribe to the Geonewmedia channel for more science films discussions and inspiration.
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You can also view the TEDx talk by Prof Sheree Cairney
This IS PART three OF our Series: CULTURE > WORK > LEARNING
Recently about 1000 Aboriginal people participated in a research study on wellbeing in remote communities. Being among the oldest and resilient cultures living today their views may have answers for our modern life. The study covered communities in remote WA, urban towns such as Katherine and coastal communities in Arnhem land.
This film really surprised us at Geonewmedia. We could not believe how Aboriginal communities really celebrated and valued education. I hope it will contribute to the debate on “Closing the GAP” for the many Aboriginal kids missing out in remote Australia.
Wake up Australia- Kids need learning, not prisons.
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New research shows some surprising factors on Aboriginal Wellbeing. In a series of films CULTURE> WORK> LEARNING a variety of people from remote Aboriginal communities were interviewed for the study and a selection are included in this series of films by Geonewmedia. They include people living in remote towns close to government services such as Katherine, to people working full-time on country. At the end of the film some famous Aboriginal individuals speak on the strong values embedded in Aboriginal CULTURE. They including Tommy Lewis (lead actor in The Chant of Jimmie Black Smith youtu.be/hXuX-UwHKwI) to Yalmay Yunupingu (wife of the lead singer of the famous band Yothu Yindi en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yothu_Yindi) who still works to empower remote Aboriginal communities with education.
Please enjoy the EPISODE ONE of the series- CULTURE
We at Geonewmedia would like to thank everyone who participated in the these series of films and the NINTI study. Geonewmedia creates video and documentary content in Science, Environment and Technology. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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