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Title: Cinematic Focus Richly Rewarded. Adelaide Film Festival - Shedding Light and Casting Shadows [review]
Authors: Bramwell, Murray Ross
Keywords: Festivals
Festival Reviews
Performing Arts
Indigenous
Ian Abdulla
Flinders Univeristy' Grote Street Gallery
The Tracker
Her Majesty's Theatre
Anangu Pitjantjatjara
Rolf de Heer
Graham Tardiff
Archie Roach
Gary Sweet
David Gulpilil
Noel Winton
Ian Jones
Peter Coad
Paul Goldman
Australian Rules
Sue Natrass
Phillip Gwynne
Deadly Unna?
Rabbit-Proof Fence
Mandy Walker
Nathan Phillips
Luke Carroll
Lisa Flanagan
Kabbarli
Andrew G. Taylor
Daisy Bates
Lynne Murphy
Walking on Water
Tony Ayres
Roger Monk
Robert Humphreys
Sydney
Vince Colosimo
Mary Theodorakis
David Bonney
Allan Collins
Beneath Clouds
Ivan Sven
Danielle Hall
Damien Pitt
Issue Date: 8-Mar-2002
Publisher: The Australian
Citation: Bramwell, Murray 2002. Cinematic Focus Richly Rewarded. Review of Adelaide Film Festival - Shedding Light and Casting Shadows. 'The Australia', 8 March, 17.
Abstract: The Adelaide Festival films have always been one of Peter Sellars’ pet ideas, and they have turned out to be among his best. With various funding, including $1.5m from the Festival, Shedding Light Director and SBS Independent executive, Bridget Ikin produced four features which premiered this week. Three of the four have Indigenous perspectives focusing on Truth and Reconciliation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/272
ISSN: 1038-8761
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