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245 00 Heritage fight. 
264  1 Mitchell, ACT|bRonin Films,|c[2013] 
264  4 |c©2013. 
300    1 videodisc (104 minutes) :|bsound, colour ;|c12 cm 
336    two-dimensional moving image|btdi|2rdacontent 
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508    Writer and director, Eugénie Dumont ; producers, Yoon-Seok
       Nam, Eugénie Dumont ; production company, Keystone Films. 
520    "The Kimberley region in Western Australia is the scene of
       a major struggle by Aboriginal people to protect their 
       land from a huge development planned by the conservative 
       Premier of WA, Colin Barnett, and the oil and gas 
       corporation, Woodside. With government support, Woodside 
       plans to build one of the largest liquefied natural gas 
       plants in the world, in the Kimberley wilderness. This 
       film, by the French filmmaker, Eugenie Dumont, who spent 
       many months in the Kimberleys with the protesters against 
       the plant, is a powerful portrait of the Aboriginal people
       at the heart of the struggle - the traditional owners of 
       the area, the Goolarabooloo people. The film questions, 
       listens and quotes scientists, activists, politicians and 
       businessmen, as well as the Goolarabooloo people, to bring
       a broad perspective to this issue. The role of the 
       citizens of Broome is also depicted: it was a battle in 
       which the Aboriginal people and the towns-people fought 
       hand in hand, and the Goolarabooloo would not have won the
       battle without their support. On what the citizens of 
       nearby Broome call "Black Tuesday", 120 policemen came 
       from Perth to end the protesters' "blockade", to allow 
       Woodside to begin exploration work although it hadn't 
       acquired all legal approvals. History is made in front of 
       the camera, as we observe the clash between protesters and
       the police, and witness abusive arrests and the use of 
538    DVD, All regions, PAL. 
610 20 Woodside Energy, Ltd.|0
650  0 Liquefied natural gas industry|0
       authorities/subjects/sh85077341|xEnvironmental aspects
       |zAustralia|zWestern Australia|0
650  0 Environmental protection|zAustralia|0
       authorities/subjects/sh2008119793|zWestern Australia|0http
650  0 Demonstrations|0
       sh85036673|zAustralia|zWestern Australia|0http://|zKimberley. 
650  0 Aboriginal Australians|xLand tenure|0
650  0 Goolarabooloo (Australian people) 
700 1  Dumont, Eugénie,|ewriter,|eproducer,|edirector. 
700 1  Nam, Yoon-Seok,|eproducer. 
710 2  Keystone Films,|eproduction company. 
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990    MARCIVE MELB 201906 
990    Uploaded to LA VU-B.D274 29/08/14 aci 
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