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Circle of Stones

August 7th, 2009 jen Posted in Short Documentaries, The Circle of Stones, Video Archive Comments Off on Circle of Stones

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Black Bullion (5 mins)

August 7th, 2009 jen Posted in Black Bullion, Short Documentaries, Video Archive Comments Off on Black Bullion (5 mins)

Black Bullion gives a good hard poke at successive Australian Government policies towards East Timor. The film explains with some dark humour, Australia’s role in stealing wealth from it’s nearest and poorest neighbour, while thousands of grassroots Australians were working to rebuild friendship and trust with East Timorese people.
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Black Bullion was made in 2003 in response to the Howard Government’s hard line on East Timor’s right to royalties from oil resources in the Timor Sea and other inhumane policies in a collaborative project produced by the documentary-maker TimeTo Go John Black Bullion was made in 2003 in response to the Howard Government's hard line on East Timor's right to royalties from oil resources in the Timor Sea and other inhumane policies in a collaborative project produced by the documentary-maker TimeTo Go John
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The Art of Healing (7mins)

February 1st, 2008 jen Posted in Art, Graffiti & Public Art, Music, Short Documentaries, The Art of Healing, Video Archive 4 Comments »

The Art of Healing was screened at a fundraiser for Arte Moris & Bibi Bulak in St Kilda's Theatreworks in mid 2006 so they could continue to work with people despite the fact they were in refugee camps.

Cut to the music of Bibi Bulak (Silly Goat) Theatre Co. The Art of Healing is an upbeat ride through the self expression of some Timorese youth from art on their bedroom walls to street art and graffiti, this little video paints a very different picture of Timorese youth to that shown in Australian mainstream media.

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