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Dhakiyarr vs. The King

Isaac Graeme, Producer
Format
Video; VHS
Published
Lindfield, NSW : Film Australia Ltd., 2004.
Language
English
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    a| Dhakiyarr versus the King [videorecording]
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    a| Lindfield, NSW : b| Film Australia Ltd., c| 2004.
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    a| 1 videocassette (VHS) (PAL) (56 min.) : b| sound, color ; c| 1/2 in.
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    a| Made in collaboration with Dhuruputjpi and Yilpara communities of Blue Mud Bay, northeast Arnhem Land.
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    a| "The family of the great Yolngu leader Dhakiyarr Wirrpanda is searching for answers. Seventy years after the controversial murder trial and subsequent disappearance, Dhakiyarr's body has still not been found and laid to rest. His descendants know that justice was not served. They want to restore what was denied to him: honour. Dhakiyarr vs the King journeys with the Yolngu as they re-trace his footsteps and finally come face to face with the authorities that let him down and with the descendants of Constable McColl."
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    a| A Film Australia National Interest Program.
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    a| "Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers should exercise caution when watching this program as it may contain images of deceased persons"--Cover.
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    a| Directors: Tom Murray and Allan Collins ; writer: Tom Murray.
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    a| Producer, Graeme Isaac ; executive producer, Anna Grieve.
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    a| Produced with the assistance of CAAMA Productions and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
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    a| Dhakiyarr Wirrpanda.
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    a| Aboriginal Australians, Treatment of z| Australia z| Arnhem Land (N.T.)
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    a| Aboriginal Australians x| Criminal justice system z| Australia z| Northern Territory.
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    a| Aboriginal Australians z| Australia z| Arnhem Land (N.T.) x| Government relations.
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    a| Yolngu (Australian people)
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    a| Justice, Administration of z| Australia z| Northern Territory x| History.
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    a| Collins, Allan.
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    a| Murray, Tom.
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    a| Grieve, Anna.
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    a| Isaac, Graeme.
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    a| Film Australia.
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    a| CAAMA Productions.
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