The Resource Blackout series 5, episode 1-6, Australian Broadcasting Corporation production

Blackout series 5, episode 1-6, Australian Broadcasting Corporation production

Label
Blackout series 5, episode 1-6
Title
Blackout series 5
Title number
episode 1-6
Statement of responsibility
Australian Broadcasting Corporation production
Subject
Genre
Summary
  • Blackout was produced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Aboriginal Programming Unit between 1989 and 1995 and set the precedent for its production Aboriginal controlled media
  • Series 5 - Episode 1 (23/11/93): Michelle Tuahine presents a tribute to Oodgeroo Noonuccal and Kevin Gilbert, ballroom dancer Tania Corbett, Cranebrook High School exhibition, profile on Eartha Kitt, profile on Nova Peris, Australian women's hockey team, comedy sketch, interviews with Geoff Luscombe Senior Ranger at Kurnell, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, editorial 'Face the Facts' with Michael Watson, vox pop 'can Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal people reconcile their differences?', music from 'Tiddas' and 'Fall from Grace'; Episode 2 (30/11/93): stories in this epsiode include 'Tribute to Burringilling - Diversity of Culture', Pemol Kudjarie Dancers, Prairie Edge Kick Boxer and artist Troy Thompson, comedy 'money' and 'institutional racism', editorial, 'Face the Facts' with Michael Watson, vox pop, how would you solve racism in this country?, interviews, Aboriginal Sites Officer at Kuringai National Park Ben Knight, Horse Campbell the first American Indian US Senator, "Black Tracker" performed by Jimmy Little, "Ignorance" performed by Circle of Fate; Episode 3 (07/12/93): This episode includes the stories 'Drug Death' by William Moore; profile on basketballer Tim Duggan, Hermannsburg Potters (Central Australia), profile on baseballer Brendan Rodoreda, Mo Brown records and handles bands like 'Kulcha', 'Boys in Black', 'Private Property', 'Desert Blues' by blues DJ in Central Australia, comedy, 'Place Names', 'Stolen Car Stupid Judge', editorial, 'Face the Facts' with Michael Watson, vox pop USA what do you know about Australia?, interviews with Theodis Winston of Black Power Clothes, music, The Rosettes with 'Don't Funk With Me', Theodis Winston with "Rap", Kulcha "Shaka Jam"; Episode 4 (14/12/93): This episode consists of a forum taped in Adelaide where presenter Aaron Pedersen facilitates a discussion about the meaning of reconciliation with Arther Murray, Elliott Johnston Q.C., Tiga Bayles, Richard Frankland, Robert Tickner, Muriel Van Der Byl, Irene Watson, Leila Murray, Johnny Campbell, Justice Marcus Einfield, Charlotte Walker, Ellen Stuart, Father Frank Brennan, Peter Nugent, Bill Lowah, Katrina Powers, and John Moriarty, topics covered were black deaths in custody, reconciliation and native title, members of the public were invited including special guests both Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal, ends with a video clip by Roger Knox and Euraba "Warrior in Chains"; Episode 5 (21/12/93): This episode is titled "Jardiwarnpa - A Walpiri Fire Ceremony" is a one hour documentary from "Blood Brothers" series, Darby Jampinjimpa Ross an 80 year old Walpiri man from Yuendumu is a most important Law Man, instrumental in fighting to retain traditional culture and law in his outback Ccmmunity, this is most evident in the complex negotiation, planning and enactment of the "Fire Ceremony"; Episode 6 (28/12/93): Documentary from 'Blood Brothers' series about Kev Carmody the son of an Aboriginal woman and an Irish man, Carmody's young life was spent on a station in outback Queensland, when he enrolled in University he told his tutors he couldn't write essays but he would sing them, he went on to complete his degree, Carmody tells his story and that of his people
Member of
Cataloging source
AIAS
Credits note
Editors, Roberto Gallandt, David Garlick, John Morris, Phil Noonan and Neela Sarker; camera, Fons Berkhout, Michael Condran, Mike Kliem and Bruce Novich; production manager, Beverly Powers; directors, Paul Fenech and Susan Mylan-Coombs; executive producer, Vaughan Hinton; producer, Tony Bellm; researcher, Julie El-Khouri; reporters, Michelle Tuahine, Michael Watson and Aaron Pedersen
Date of event
November and December 1993
Date time place
Filmed between
Information about documentation
  • See V04898_1 for Blackout series 5 International Year of Indigenous People launch special episode
  • See V04791_1 for digital copy of V02877 (episode 4)
  • See FC00770_1-4 for related footage
  • See FC00770_1-4 for newspaper articles
  • Not auditioned
PerformerNote
Tania Corbett; Nova Peris; Geoff Luscombe; Desmond Tutu; Troy Thompson; Ben Knight; Horse Campbell; Jimmy Little; William Moore; Tim Duggan; Brendan Rodoreda; Mo Brown; Theodis Winston; Aaron Pedersen; Arthur Murray; Elliott Johnston Q.C.; Tiga Bayles; Richard Frankland; Robert Tickner; Muriel Van Der Byl; Irene Watson; Leila Murray; Johnny Campbell; Justice Marcus Einfield; Charlotte Walker; Ellen Stuart; Father Frank Brennan; Peter Nugent; Bill Lowah; Katrina Powers; John Moriarty; Darby Jampinjimpa Ross; Kev Carmody
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Oodgeroo Noonuccal
  • Gilbert, Kevin
  • Peris, Nova
  • Duggan, Timmy
  • Carmody, Kevin
  • Aboriginal Australians
Label
Blackout series 5, episode 1-6, Australian Broadcasting Corporation production
Link
http://aiatsis.gov.au/collections/using-collection/ordering-collection-items
Instantiates
Production
Note
  • Not digitised ; no access copies
  • Copy held for the purposes of on-site research and study only
  • Durations: 56 min. 55 sec.; 51 min. 39 sec.; 54 min. 29 sec.; 55 min. 10 sec.; 57 min. 40 sec.; 53 min. 36 sec
Carrier category
videocassette
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
F0004892
Dimensions
3/4 in.
Extent
6 videocassettes (approximately 1 hr each)
Immediate source of acquisition
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
No form
Other physical details
sound, colour;
Stock number
ABC_010 (V02874-V02879)
Terms governing use
There are copyright and contractual restrictions applying to the reproduction of most of these recordings
Label
Blackout series 5, episode 1-6, Australian Broadcasting Corporation production
Link
http://aiatsis.gov.au/collections/using-collection/ordering-collection-items
Production
Note
  • Not digitised ; no access copies
  • Copy held for the purposes of on-site research and study only
  • Durations: 56 min. 55 sec.; 51 min. 39 sec.; 54 min. 29 sec.; 55 min. 10 sec.; 57 min. 40 sec.; 53 min. 36 sec
Carrier category
videocassette
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
F0004892
Dimensions
3/4 in.
Extent
6 videocassettes (approximately 1 hr each)
Immediate source of acquisition
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
No form
Other physical details
sound, colour;
Stock number
ABC_010 (V02874-V02879)
Terms governing use
There are copyright and contractual restrictions applying to the reproduction of most of these recordings

Library Locations

    • Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)Borrow it
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