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Title Gampa.

Published [Australia] : Australian Film Commission, Cinemedia Corporation, 2000.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Store VID  305.89915 GAMP  VHS video cassette    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 videocassette (VHS) (26 minutes) : sound, colour ; 1/2 in. + Video support notes (5 pages ; 30 cm)
1/2 in.
polychrome rdacc
Notes Produced and developed with the assistance of Australian Film Commission; produced with the assistance of Film Victoria, a division of Cinemedia; produced in association with SBS Independent.
Distributed by Video Education Australasia.
Credits Writer, April Lawrie-Smith ; co-producer/writer/director, Julie Raffaele ; producer, Brett Houghton.
Summary Long ago the Mirning Aboriginal people lived along the isolated Nullabor coastal plain of Western and South Australia. But it is the essenece of Gampa that draws April Lawrie-Smith back. Walking in the places of her grandfather and guided by her family elders, April reconnects with her childhood, her grief, and one man's family history that spanned early white contact and missionary settlement, the Maralinga bombing and a continuing spiritual connection to the Southern Right whale. The grandeur of the southern Australian scenery provides a backdrop for this story of Aboriginal family, history, affirmation and love.
Other author Raffaele, Julie.
Lawrie-Smith, April.
Houghton, Brett.
Australian Film Commission.
Video Education Australasia.
SBS Independent.
Cinemedia (Vic.)
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- Kinship -- Australia -- Nullarbor Plain (S.A. and W.A.)
Families, Aboriginal Australian.
Aboriginal Australians -- Biography.
Variant Title Title on container: Gampa : reconnecting with family and country.