The NFSA has completed a digital restoration of Black Robe, directed by Bruce Beresford.
Benny Tjapaltarri and Mick Ngamurarri tell us the significance of the Dreaming, and how the Dreaming ancestors created the landscape. Summary by Romaine Moreton.
Native women grab the hat of Father Laforgue (Lothaire Bluteau) and play with it, enabling a diminutive shaman named Mestigoit (Yvan Labelle) to sneak up and confront him. Summ
A young albino girl (Melissa Middleton) is walking along a desert road and a truck pulls up beside her. The driver (Rob Wenske) asks if she wants a lift.
The clip opens with billowing curtains, a statuette of Christ and the close-up of a young albino girl (Melissa Middleton).
Historian Professor Marcia Langton of the Yiman-Bidjara Nation describes the Protection Board as the real enemy of Aboriginal people, particularly in relation to the Half-Caste Act dev
Author Steve Kinnane of the Miriworng Nation sets the historical context of the clip.
Narrator Rachel Perkins tells the Dreamtime stories of the desert people in Central Australia.
It is 1830 and European settlement has begun in Tasmania.