In 1964 Kay Roberts directed The Never Never Land, a filmed version of the Elizabethan Theatre Trust’s Aboriginal Theatre, featuring 45 performers from the Tiwi I
This clip from The Never Never Land shows a fish hunting dance from Yirrkala.
In 1973, the Aquarius Festival moved off campus to the Northern New South Wales town of Nimbin.
David Gulpilil visits the Aboriginal Islander Dance Theatre in Redfern and teaches dance to young Aboriginal people.
Three dances of traditional Aboriginal dance performed by David Gulpilil. Made by Film Australia in 1978. Directed by David Roberts.
This is a trailer for the 2021 documentary My Name is Gulpilil (Molly Reynolds, Australia) about David Gulpilil's extraordinary life and career.
Fingerbone Bill (David Gulpilil) dancing as he tells Storm Boy (Greg Rowe) a dreamtime story about the pelican.
Gadigal Elder Allen Madden performs a 'Welcome to Country' at the Sydney Opera House for the Deadly Awards in 2008. The Deadlys (1994 – 2014) were the national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
This clip comes from a special episode of Young Talent Time featuring Aboriginal performers.