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Dances at Aurukun; Dances at Aurukun 1962

Ian Dunlop, Director
Format
Video; VHS
Published
[Australia] : Commonwealth Film Unit for the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, [199-?]
Language
English
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    a| Dances at Aurukun 1962.
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    a| [Australia] : b| Commonwealth Film Unit for the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, c| [199-?]
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    a| 1 videocassette (VHS) (30 min.) : b| sound, color ; c| 1/2 in.
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    a| Container title: Dances at Aurukun.
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    a| Distributed by Film Australia.
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    a| First released as a motion picture.
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    a| Sara, the creator from the north -- Erli-abbin, the tiger shark -- Wolkollin, the bonefish -- Punka, the wallaby -- Pikowa and Kena, the salt and freshwater crocodiles -- Taipan the snake and Wala the lizard --Wuka and Nukam, the flying foxes -- Ningkushun, the freshwater shark.
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    a| In November 1962 a number of totemic ceremonies were performed at Aurukun Mission Station, on the western coast of Cape York Peninsula. Eight dances are shown -Sara, creator from the north ; Erli-abbin, the tiger shark ; Wolkollin, the bonefish ; Punka, the wallaby ; Pikowa and Kena, the salt and freshwater crocodiles ; Taipan the snake and Wala the lizard ; Wuka and Nukam, the flying foxes ; and Ningkushun, the freshwater shark.
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    a| Aboriginal Australians z| Australia z| Cape York Peninsula (Qld.) x| Dance.
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    a| Aboriginal Australians z| Australia z| Cape York Peninsula (Qld.) x| Rites and ceremonies.
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    a| Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.
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    a| Film Australia.
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    a| Australia. b| Commonwealth Film Unit.
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