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Is part of Dreaming in Motion : Celebrating Australia's Indigenous Filmmakers Australian Film Commission , 2007 reference non-fiction
Issue Details: First known date: 2005... 2005 Dramatically Black
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'Films developed and produced in association with the Indigenous Branch of the Australian Film Commission.' (Source: Dreaming in Motion: Celebrating Australia's Indigenous Filmmakers, 2007, p68)


  • 'Dramatically Black is an initiative of the Indigenous Unit of the AFC and SBS Independent in association with NSW Film and Television Office, and SAFC and is aimed at supporting Indigenous filmmakers working in drama through funding and development workshops. ' (Source: Australian Film Commission website


form y separately published work icon Green Bush Warwick Thornton , CAAMA Productions , 2005 Z1262751 2005 single work film/TV (taught in 1 units) Over one heartbreaking night, radio DJ Kenny discovers that his job at an Aboriginal radio station is about more than just playing music. He jokes that his programme is broadcast to a captive audience, namely the local prison. CAAMA Productions , 2005
form y separately published work icon Plains Empty Beck Cole (director), Scarlett Films , 2005 Z1509395 2005 single work film/TV 'Sam has recently moved to an isolated mining camp with her man. While he is at work on the minefields Sam realises that she is not alone.' Source: (Sighted 18/6/08) Scarlett Films , 2005
form y separately published work icon The Djarn Djarns Wayne Blair , Sydney : RB Films , 2005 Z1519509 2005 single work film/TV 'A comedy drama very much suited for young people, The Djarn Djarns is a dance film with a sports feel, and the possibility of young people particpating in their cultural heritage is a very pertinent subject.' (Film Notes) Sydney : RB Films , 2005
form y separately published work icon Sa Black Thing Rima Tamou , Sydney : Core Films , 2005 Z1520110 2005 single work film/TV 'Sa Black Thing is a story about Clinton Spice, a conceited young businessman who on the eve of clinching a lucrative deal has his pitching documents stolen by an attractive thief. Now in a strange town and seeing his dream slowly slipping away he begins to wallow in self-pity that is until he happens on the thief again and sets off after her in hot pursuit. What follows is a wild chase, through even wilder country. In the end Clinton is faced with far more than he'd ever bargained for.' (Film Synopsis) Sydney : Core Films , 2005
form y separately published work icon Crocodile Dreaming Darlene Johnson , Sydney : Australian Film Commission. Indigenous Branch , 2007 Z1464365 2007 single work film/TV 'A modern day supernatural myth about two estranged brothers. Separated at birth, they have different fathers. One is readily accepted as a fully-fledged member of the tribe and is looked on to fulfil the duties of jungaiy, an important ceremonial role which obliges him to be caretaker for his mother's dreaming, the crocodile totem. The other, whose father was white, is younger and has had to struggle to fit into the tribe who see him only as a yella fella.' (Libraries Australia Collection) Sydney : Australian Film Commission. Indigenous Branch , 2007

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