The Resource The impossibility of pleasing everybody: : a legitimate role for white filmmakers making black films, Francis Peters-Little

The impossibility of pleasing everybody: : a legitimate role for white filmmakers making black films, Francis Peters-Little

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The impossibility of pleasing everybody: : a legitimate role for white filmmakers making black films
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The impossibility of pleasing everybody:
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a legitimate role for white filmmakers making black films
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Francis Peters-Little
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Language
eng
Summary
Discussion of the issues relating to protocols and guidelines for Indigenous and non-indigenous film-makers making films about Indigenous people; includes references to films 'Rabbit-Proof Fence', 'Australian Rules', 'Shifting Shelter', ' Whiteys Like Us' and 'Tent Embassy'; suggests critics of films with Aboriginal content place impossible expectations on film makers
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non fiction
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The impossibility of pleasing everybody: : a legitimate role for white filmmakers making black films, Francis Peters-Little
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https://web.archive.org/web/20040612074249/http://www.lib.latrobe.edu.au/AHR/archive/Issue-Jan-2003/peterslittle.html
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Extent
6 p.

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