Mae (Trisha Morton-Thomas) is wearing her mother’s wedding dress. Nona (Deborah Mailman) wants to bottle the ashes so they can take them to the island to scatter.
In this scene from Radiance (1998), Nona (Deborah Mailman) plays a recording of her famous opera-singer sister Cressy (Rachael Maza) singing 'Un bel dì, vedremo' from Puccini's Madama
Mr Neville (Kenneth Branagh) tells the police inspector (Roy Billing) that the three escaped girls must be following the rabbit-proof fence north, to their home.
The NFSA has completed a full digital restoration of Radiance (1998).
This is probably the film’s most controversial scene, as well as the most harrowing, partly because it’s different to the way Doris Pilkington Garimara describes her abduction in the book.
Graham Shirley's portrait of the pioneering Australian filmmakers, the McDonagh Sisters – Isabel, Paulette and Phyllis.
At the Moore River Aboriginal settlement, Molly (Everlyn Sampi) is called out of the assembly to be inspected by Mr AO Neville (Kenneth Branagh), the Protector of Aborigines.
As Constable Riggs (Jason Clarke) arrives, Maude (Ningali Lawford) realises he has come to take the children. They run, but Riggs cuts off their escape route and seizes the children one by one.
Vick-Anne (Rebecca Frith) surprises Ken Sherry (George Shevtsov) with a preview of her wedding dress. He is brutal in his response to her excitement.
Vicki-Anne (Rebecca Frith) is horrified to see that her sister Dimity (Miranda Otto) has come home late one night with Ken Sherry (George Shevtsov).