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Blood Brothers

Rachel Perkins & Ned Lander / Australia / 1993 / 55 ' / English

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Four incredible documentaries exploring Indigenous stories as well as what it means to be Aboriginal.

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Four extraordinary stories of Aboriginal Australia are told in this acclaimed series from producers/directors Ned Lander and Rachel Perkins. Blood Brothers documents and dramatises important Indigenous stories with a personal focus. It tells the stories of an outspoken civil rights leader, an influential musician and songwriter, a man sentenced for a crime he says he didn't commit and a law man and elder who introduces us to his community's fire ceremony. Through these real-life experiences, the series examines the oppression, resistance and survival of the Aboriginal people and shows what Aboriginality - both contemporary and traditional - is all about.

BROKEN ENGLISH

FREEDOM RIDE

FROM LITTLE THINGS, BIG THINGS GROW

JARDIWARNPA - A WARLPIRI FIRE CEREMONY

 

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