Tūtohu Documentaries. Ngā hua 11 - 20 o te 683 mō

Ngā hua 11 - 20 o 683

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  1. Deadly Australians Oceans

    Behind the façade of the Australia’s dramatic scenery lies a seedy underbelly... A den of iniquity, in which the wildlife should be considered armed and dangerous.

  2. Deadly Australians Deserts

    Behind the facade of Australia’s dramatic scenery is a motley crew of silent assassins, con artists, gang members and brutal brawlers, vying for supremacy amidst the harsh, dry and desolate Australian desert.  

  3. Deadly Australians Wetlands

    The waters originating from highland streams, journey through varied terrain, before flowing into the sea. Along the way, an assortment of environmental niches set the stage for multifaceted interactions between predators and their prey. 

  4. Deadly Australians Forests

    Behind the facade of Australia’s dramatic scenery is a motley crew of silent assassins, con artists, gang members and brutal brawlers, vying for supremacy amidst diverse, complex and mysterious Australian Forests. 

  5. Video for
    Mātakihia

    I te ngahorotanga o ngā mahi ruku peara, ka mate ngā iwi o Torres Strait ki te hūnuku ki tuawhenua mahi ai.

  6. Video for
    Mātakihia

    Manomano ngā tauhou ka tae atu ki te rohe i te wā o te ruku peara, he pānga nui tērā ki te ohaoha me te ahurea o Torres Strait.

  7. Video for
    Mātakihia

    Ko Torres Strait te kaupapa, he tirotiro ātahu ki ngā āhuatanga i hanga i te ahurea me ngā tikanga o te tangata whenua i mua o te taenga atu o te Pākehā.

  8. The Beatles Eight Days a Week- The Touring Years

    A compilation of found footage featuring music, interviews, and stories of The Beatles' 250 concerts from 1963 to 1966.

  9. Buena Vista Social Club Adios

    Revisit with the remaining original members of the Buena Vista Social Club and explore their contribution to the unknown history of Cuba.

  10. Blue Water Empire 3

    (M) After the collapse of Pearling, many Torres Strait islanders are forced to migrate to the mainland for work.

  11. Whakaatu hua anō

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