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Rima Tamou Rima Tamou i(A67151 works by)
Gender: Male
Heritage: Aboriginal
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Rima Tamou was selected as part of a group in 2007 to participate in a project by the Australian Film Commission (AFC) that was designed to nurture and assist the talents of upcoming Indigenous filmakers. The project was designed to give the chosen individuals the opportunity to develop their first feature film with the assistance of respected directors and producers such as Phillip Noyce, Zachary Skiar and Ray Lawrence.

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form y separately published work icon Round Up Sydney : Core Films , 1996 Z950424 1996 single work film/TV

Hugo is the stockman son of the white boss at Taipan Creek station. Desi is an Aboriginal stockman. Their bitter fist fight lands them in hospital in the big city. In this unfamiliar environment, they learn they are not as different as they first thought.

1999 winner Australian Centre Literary Awards The Kate Challis RAKA Award Scriptwriting
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