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Title Living country / writer/director: David Tranter ; producer: Jacqui North.

Published [Mitchell, A.C.T.] : CAAMA Productions, [2005]
©2005

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank DVD  6506  3 HR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY
Physical description 1 videodisc (DVD) (22 minutes) : sound, colour ; 4 3/4 in.
polychrome rdacc
Series The CAAMA collection.
CAAMA collection.
Notes The Nganampa Anwernekenhe documentary series is produced by CAAMA for Imparja Television.
"Warning Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers should exercise caution when watching this program as it may contain images of deceased persons" -- Title screen.
Credits Cinematographer: Allan Collins ACS; sound recordist: David Tranter; editor Dena Curtis; music by Warren Williams.
Performers Featuring: Alison Anderson MLA, Herbert Bloomfield, Donald Mallard, Steve McCormack, Gloria Malbunka, Kenny Tilmouth, Dave Sweeney (Australian Conservation Foundation), Allcoota Community and Were-athere Community.
Summary This is the story of the campaign by Aboriginal people of Central Australia to protect land, animals and dreaming stories at two proposed uranium dump sites. Both proposed sites have aboriginal communities living within 10km of the sites (one is 40km from Alice Springs, one is 100 km). The film focuses on the Aboriginal people living traditionally on the lands ear-marked for dumping sites. How do they feel about their homelands becoming a zdump”? What do they understand about the plans to store uranium? What do they know about uranium? And, most importantly, how will this affect their lives, their lands, and the generations to follow?
System notes DVD.
Language notes In English and Arrente.
Other author Tranter, David J.
North, Jacqui.
CAAMA Productions.
Imparja Television.
Subject Uranium industry -- Environmental aspects -- Australia -- Central Australia.
Uranium -- Government policy -- Australia.
Aboriginal Australians -- Government policy -- Australia -- Central Australia.
Other uniform title Nganampa anwernekenhe. series 17.