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    Specials and TV magazines
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  • ALICIA (living with Traumatic Brain Injury) - Doco episodes Play all

    These are short episodes from our 52 min documentary. Synopsis: ALICIA was a promising 18-year-old drama student when she sustained brain damage in a near fatal car accident. This documentary traces her recovery and her determination to live a full life. Her response to her disability was to start a theatre group and become an active member of the community. She also works to raise public awareness about people with brain damage. Before the accident Alicia was called Jane. She changed her name to symbolise her new life after recovery. This program was originally made for SBS TV in Australia - A DVD of the full program is available at http://www.stellamotion.com.au
    The full doco can also be viewed On Fairfax TV at: http://bit.ly/119LJTp
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  • Graeme Murphy's Heritage Collection + Others Play all

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  • Dance Videos Play all

    Dance related videos we have filmed
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  • ACO (Australian Chamber Orchestra) Play all

    Videos we made for the Australian Chamber Orchestra
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  • Favorites Play all

    Some videos we love... Woodkid a mind blowing experience, Fabulous Japanese Textile artist (Part 1 - more to come), "an essential capacity for creativity, education paradigms" - 'Rosas Danst Rosas' for the best synergy of dance, sound and editing ever - NZ Book Council animation (who said books were boring) - 'LXD' the new dance form, simply stunning - 'Evelyn Glennie', not just listening but the art of curiosity - ...
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  • RUSH (documentary episodes) Play all

    Now releasing this 55 min documentary as YouTube episodes: The dark obsession with speed, 'joy-riding' and car theft is the catalyst for telling the personal stories of three young Australian men. The implication of their worlds, and a 'culture' which has caused them to break the law, provides a deeper understanding of their motivations and lives. http://www.stellamotion.com.au/Rush.html
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