The Migrant experience. Parts 1-3

Australia, 1984

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A series, made up of six episodes, that presents a comprehensive history of the role of migration in the development of Australia’s nationhood. Part One: Setting out - looks at the general history of migration to Australia over 200 years. Part Two: Of dreams and reasons - looks at the reasons why people left their homelands and came to Australia. Part Three: First encounters - looks at how they were received.

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Credits

producer

Malcolm Smith

production company

Film Australia

co-director

Karl McPhee

Ben Lewin

Duration

02:51:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1984

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