This final episode of Sydney Stories with Warren Fahey takes a look at colloquial expressions, folklore and other nonsense relating to Sydneysiders and the Emerald City.
In a re-enactment, Constable Stott menaces Dolly, who is tied up to a tree.
Elders from the four language groups – Mara, Yanula, Garrawa, and Gurdandji – introduce the film in their respective languages.
Summary by Romaine Moreton
A story about an event that occurred in 1933 is introduced. A meeting takes place where the story about an Aboriginal man accused of stealing a bullock is told.
The United Nations General Assembly has declared 2019 to be the International Year of Indigenous Languages.
Freda Glynn (director of CAAMA) talks about broadcasting in Aboriginal languages in areas where Aboriginal languages are the first language spoken.
In the beautiful desert sunset, Noli Roberts (traditional custodian, Kuru Ala) talks about recording the dance of the Seven Sisters, and tells us that in doing this dance and making it available to
Freda Glynn (director of CAAMA), Voya Rajic (head of production, SBS TV), Dion Weston (station manager, Imparja TV), Horace Winitja (PY Media Committee), Rhoda Roberts (producer, SBS TV), David Hil
A personal perspective on the early days of remote Indigenous media groups.