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The Screen Guide

Through the lens of contemporary challenges facing the Commonwealth House of Representatives, A HOUSE FOR THE NATION explores the hundred year history of Australia's central democratic institution. The series examines four themes: the impact of political parties on the House, whether Canberra's growing importance has given us better government, the nature of representation and especially women's struggles to be heard in the House, and how contemporary Members have reformed the House to address the changing demands placed on parliament.

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Crew

Director
Vlodek Skiba
Writers
Kirsten Wehner
Producer
Kirsten Wehner
Executive Producers
Andres Lomp

Cast

Narration: Rachael Blake

Production Details

Production Completion
2003
Genre
History and national identity
Production Company
Department of the House of Representatives

Sales

International Sales
Ronin Films