Stephen Kinnane tells the story behind the human rights award-winning documentary about the Coolbaroo League.
In an excerpt from the NFSA Restores version of The Coolbaroo Club (1996), a woman describes the social dances that would take place at the club when white people would join the First Nati
The NFSA organised a special Wrong Side of the Road (1981) reunion for cast and crew at the premiere of the film's digital restoration at the Sydney Film Festival in 2013.
Interviews with cast and crew members and musicians featured in Wrong Side of the Road (1981).
The members of the band No Fixed Address leave for their gig. During their performance the police arrive.
Summary by Romaine Moreton
Members of the bands No Fixed Address and Us Mob collect bush tucker on the beach. Les (Les Graham), driving with Carroll (Carroll Karpanny), talks about finding his birth family.
This is a clip from the NFSA Restores digital restoration of Wrong Side of the Road (Ned Lander, Australia, 1981).
In this clip, Ruby Hunter offers a frank retelling of her beginnings in the music industry.
This is an excerpt of a live performance of the song 'Love in the Morning' from Archie's 1993 album Jamu Dreaming.
This clip of home movie footage shows Ruby Hunter recording vocals for the song 'Louis St John' from the 1997 album Looking For Butterboy.