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Dreaming in Motion
June 2007

Celebrates the work of the AFC's Indigenous Branch, the filmmakers it supported and the network of organisations that have made Indigenous filmmaking such a distinct success. It contains three essays and profiles of 26 Indigenous directors, producers and cinematographers.

Download the pdf: Dreaming in Motion.

Well, I Heard It on the Radio and I Saw It on the Television...
January 1993

Marcia Langton
An essay for the Australian Film Commission on the politics and aesthetics of filmmaking by and about Aboriginal people and things. Presents case studies of films such as Jedda, Tracey Moffatt's Night Cries, Brian Syron's Jindalee Lady and Ned Lander and Rachel Perkins' film of the Warlpiri Fire Ceremony Jardiwarpa.

Download the pdf: Well I Heard it on the Radio and I Saw it on the Television (26MB).

 
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