This 2008 story from SBS TV's Living Black program is about the Chooky Dancers (now Djuki Mala) from Elcho Island, Arnhem Land.
The NFSA has been working with Traditional Owners and the Strehlow Research Centre to preserve and digitise one of the most important collections relating to Indigenous ceremonial life in the world.
A Statement of Reflection from the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.
Strehlow project footage
Superintendent Cobham (Frank Thring) tells (unseen) members of the press that Dan Morgan will not be tolerated if he returns to Victoria.
From UTS studios podcasts, this episode of Black Stories Matter explores what's gone wrong in Australian media reporting, how Aboriginal perspectives have been silenced and what the media
Morgan (Dennis Hopper) has been shot while stealing a horse. He is rescued by an outcast Aboriginal man, Billy (David Gulpilil), who nurses him back to health in the mountains.
The sequence is partly about language, and the inadequacy of words as a tool of communication.
This clip introduces Willy (Rocky McKenzie), the lead character; Rosie (Jessica Mauboy), his love interest; Lester (Dan Sultan), his romantic rival; and Willy’s mother Theresa (Ningali Lawford-Wolf
TGH (Ted) Strehlow was one of Australia's most eminent and controversial anthropologists.