The Resource Older voices, timeless tales : a film of Yolngu law and ceremony shows a culture at its strongest, Kirsten Heysen and Emily Potter

Older voices, timeless tales : a film of Yolngu law and ceremony shows a culture at its strongest, Kirsten Heysen and Emily Potter

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Older voices, timeless tales : a film of Yolngu law and ceremony shows a culture at its strongest
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Older voices, timeless tales
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a film of Yolngu law and ceremony shows a culture at its strongest
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Kirsten Heysen and Emily Potter
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eng
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Review of 'Ten Canoes'; views of film-maker Rolf de Heer; first Australian film to have all Indigenous cast, and to be filmed in Indigenous languages; David Gulpilil had the idea to feature canoes used for goose egg collecting,and depicted in Donald Thomson's photos as the basis of the film; he is the story teller; a version of the film with the storytelling in Mandalpingu has been made
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Heysen, Kirsten
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Potter, Emily
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Gulpilil, David
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Older voices, timeless tales : a film of Yolngu law and ceremony shows a culture at its strongest, Kirsten Heysen and Emily Potter
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Older voices, timeless tales : a film of Yolngu law and ceremony shows a culture at its strongest, Kirsten Heysen and Emily Potter
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