Rolf de Heer talks about being invited by David Gulpilil to his country to make Ten Canoes (2006).
Older brother Burrimmilla (David Gulpilil) introduces his younger brother, Charlie (Tom E Lewis), to his knowledge of the crocodile dreaming.
An excerpt from the Still Our Country online installation - a poetic celebration of the contemporary Yolngu people of North East Arnhem Land
Director Ian Dunlop talks about working with cinematographer Dean Semler on the five-part Film Australia documentary The Djungguwan of Gurka'wuy filmed in 1976, about the Djungguwan ceremo
Director Ian Dunlop points out that every Djungguwan ceremony is unique.
Twelve Canoes paints a compelling portrait of the history, culture and place of the Yolngu people whose homeland is the Arafura Swamp of north-central Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory.
Lorrpu (John Sebastian Pilakui) dreams of when he and his friends were initiated, as Botj (Sean Mununggur) arrives back from three months in jail.
Listen to a Q&A with director Stephen Maxwell Johnson about his revisionist Western High Ground, set in Arnhem Land during the frontier wars.
The clips in this collection draw on three longer films made in 1966, 1976 and 2002 about the Djungguwan ceremony in north-east Arnhem Land, Northern Territory.