1. Mäna boys


    from The Mulka Project / Added

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    Shark boys graduating from preschool and beginning the next stage of their education. Filmed by Bawuli Marika.

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    • East Journey and Yothu Yindi G'Day USA (Mark Mardoyan Camera Director)


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      Qantas Abmassadors East Journey and Yothu Yindi perform at G'Day USA AACTA Awards in Hollywood, California, thank you to Qantas, G'Day USA, Sequoia Productions, Moonfish Productions Aboriginal Corporation, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Rirratjingu Aboriginal Corporation, and Gumatj Aboriginal Corporation

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      • Search and Rescue: Language champions Matjarra, Dhangal, Michael and Melanie talk about Yolngu Matha from NE Arnhem Land


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        The group of Yolngu Matha dialects are more than just a set languages. They can be seen as a way of life that connects people to their culture, their country and all living things. Language champions Matjarra Garrawurra, Dhangal Gurrawiwi, Michael Christie and Melanie Wilkinson tell stories about the complex layers of Yolngu Matha language from NE Arnhemland in the Northern Territory. These interviews were recorded as part of a national Search and Rescue Workshop for Indigenous languages at the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education (BIITE) in conjunction with the Centre for Australian Languages and Linguistics (CALL collection) and the Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages (LAAL project). This video was made as part of ABC Open's Mother Tongue Project.

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        • Ngarali - The Tobacco Story of Arnhem Land


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          "Ngarali" , means tobacco or smoke to the Yolngu nation, the indigenous people of the East Arnhem Land territory in Australia. Today in Arnhem Land, the current smoking rates are amongst the highest in all of Australia, and this documentary looks at the cultural and social determinants that have led to this. This resource is unique in that it brings together new knowledge in health communications and behavioural concepts; underpinned by an ethnographic understanding of Yolngu people, their culture and traditions around tobacco use. It will contribute to shaping beliefs and attitudes around smoking and health-seeking behaviour, lending support to the efforts to de-normalising tobacco use. It seeks to acknowledge the very difficult personal journey smokers are on, whilst highlighting the impact it is having today, all told by the voices of Yolngu from around the region. Smoking is the leading preventable cause of ill health and death among Indigenous Australians and contributes significantly to the gap in life expectancy. The health and financial consequences of smoking are far-reaching, with smoking rates in remote Yolngu communities of around 70% far exceeding the national average. Further, smoking-related health costs in the NT are more than $764 million per year, even more than alcohol. The documentary is very different from other health promotion resources in the tobacco arena, in that it tells the story of how and why smoking rates came to be where they are today. This documentary was created In collaboration with producer/director, Dr Kishan Kariippanon and with production/support from Miwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation. This documentary consists of 3 chapters covering; Part 1 - This History of Tobacco in Arnhem - https://vimeo.com/113888980 Part 2 - The Cultural and Social Issues - https://vimeo.com/113888981 Part 3 - How Miwatj has been Supporting

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          • Circus Oz Promo Arnhem Land Tour


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            A big thank you to all who made the 2013 Circus Oz tour of Arnhem Land possible. A unique experience and one I will always treasure. Meinmak!

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            • Interview with Warrimbiri


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              Warrimbiri is a proud young man who lives at Dhalinybuy Homeland. Dhalinybuy is situated on the Laynhapuy Homelands of East Arnhem Land, Northern Territory Australia. In this interview, which was produced by the team from Indigenous Hip Hop Projects, Warrimbiri speaks of his traditional lifestyle, the importance of animals, his environment and family and his connection to his homeland. Warrimbiri speaks in Yolngu Matha and English language.

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              • Strong and Proud


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                Written and recorded at Yilpara Homeland on the East Coast of Arnhem Land in Northern Territory Australia. With assistance from Live Vibe Music crew, the youth participated in this production to share their enthusiasm for their homeland, tradition and culture.

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                • Take Care Be Aware


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                  Take Care be Aware was recorded at Yilpara Community on the Laynhapuy Homelands, situated at beautiful Blue Mud Bay on the eastern coast of Arnhem Land. With support from the Live Vibe Music crew, this song was created and sung by the youth.

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                  • Arnhem land Memories | A bit more than a documentary


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                    A film by Lise (Toa) Mogrovejo Music East Journey Durée : 30min Ce film est entièrement réalisée en autoproduction - les fonds ont été recueillis par le site de crowfunding KissKissBankBank - tournée l'été 2012 en Terre d'Arnhem - Il a été diffusée dans des festivals, sur l'année 2013/2014, autour du voyage, des cultures du monde, lors d'échanges universitaires. J'ai décidée de le diffuser sur le web pour le partager à un plus grand nombre et faire connaitre mon travail. -°- Merci -°- SYNOPSIS Ce film est née d'une rencontre ... Ruth la cinquantaine est une femme aborigène vivant dans la ville de Katherine dans l'état du Nord en Australie. Son histoire est liée aux Terres d'Arnhem, une zone protégée qui à été redonnée par le gouvernement aux aborigènes et qui leur donne plein droit sur l'utilisation de leurs terres. Lors d'un voyage en 2009 en Australie, je rencontre Ruth Joshua, une relation de confiance va s'installer entre nous . Un jour elle me dit qu'elle veut faire de moi sa fille spirituelle, m'adopter, me donner un nom de peau. De retour en France je perds contact avec Ruth. Je décide alors de retourner là-bas pour mieux comprendre. "Je pars à la recherche de Ruth" en Terre d'Arnhem et vais à la rencontre d'un peuple, celui des Yolngu. https://www.facebook.com/ProjetarnhemLandMemories/info © Lise Toa

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                    • Deadly Beef Stew


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                      Song and video were produced by LiveVibe Music crew with the girls from Baniyala (Yilpara) Homeland which is situated on Laynhapuy Homeland on the East Coast of Arnhem Land Northern Territory Australia. Supported by the Laynha Youth Development Program, these Yolngu girls have commenced a micro enterprise in their community. They have named it "Latju Manymak Ngatha Miyalk Mala" which means Good Health Food cooked by the Girls. The healthy meals are prepared and sold in the local shop, with all profits going back into the community.

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