After a screening of Walkabout (1971) in a cinema, David is speaking to fans at the cinema.
A clip from Mike Willesee’s The Hunting Party (1990) shows David Gulpilil and others in a swamp hunting for goanna.
Footage of David, Robyn – David’s traditional law wife – and their children in Ramingining.
David Gulpilil visits the Aboriginal Islander Dance Theatre in Redfern and teaches dance to young Aboriginal people.
A flash mob of hundreds of dancers covers the Sydney Opera House Forecourt steps in this story from National Nine News in Adelaide, broadcast on 14 November 2010. They are dancing to Kylie
It was a clever choice by director Baz Luhrmann to cast Kylie in a cameo as the playful and seductive ‘Green Fairy’ in his epic musical Moulin Rouge! (2001).
Typical Beau Smith direction – there’s absolutely no explanation of what a line of dancing girls is doing on the edge of Dad Hayseed’s land, no establishing shots to give us a sense of the farm, no
This is a 30-second black-and-white television advertisement from 1959 for Cadbury’s Crunchie chocolate bar.
This TV commercial conjures up the 1960s par excellence, with a discotheque playing host to a young, groovy couple dancing under a glittering ball and eating Crunchie bars.
Ella Havelka was the first Aboriginal dancer to be invited into the Australian Ballet.