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Director Ian Dunlop talks about working with cinematographer Dean Semler on the five-part Film Australia documentary The Djungguwan of Gurka'wuy filmed in 1976, about the Djungguwan ceremo

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Director Ian Dunlop points out that every Djungguwan ceremony is unique.

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The clips in this collection draw on three longer films made in 1966, 1976 and 2002 about the Djungguwan ceremony in north-east Arnhem Land, Northern Territory.

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In 2002 Wanyubi Marika was concerned about the many young men who were drinking in the community, and the number of alcohol-related deaths.

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Wanyubi Marika (Dhuwa moiety) makes decorative armbands and headbands from lorikeet feathers for the Djungguwan Ceremony in 2002.

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The ceremonial grounds are prepared for the Djungguwan Ceremony.

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Wanyubi Marika (Dhuwa moiety) explains that the poles he is painting represent his father, Jacky Milirrpum, and his father's younger brother Roy Dadaynga Marika.

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Here we see Dennis and Wanyubi singing and painting the story of the Wawilak Sisters from the 2002 documentary Djungguwan – Speaking to the Future (Trevor Graham)

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The Djungguwan ceremony is like a theatrical performance with props and sets.

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Director Trevor Graham explains the connections between the documentary Djungguwan – Speaking to the Future (Trevor Graham, 2002) and