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Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Community, Culture, Media history
Summary
Wati and the Ngarlis was produced by group of delegates at the 13th Remote Indigenous Media Festival held in Umuwa, South Australia in October 2011. It provides a "Charlie's Angels' perspective on the history and status of remote Indigenous Television.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Community, Health and education, Media history, zDeceased
Summary
Pilbara and Kimberley BRACS (Broadcasting for Remote Aboriginal Communities Scheme) follow the Western route North of WA and along the way visit communities and community radio stations.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Community, Culture, Oral history
Summary
Brendan Chaquebor is a Bardi elder from Djarindjin community on the Dampier Peninsula and explains the 7 clans of the Bardi tribe, the Bardi rules of inheritance of responsibility for country and the importance of looking after country.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Community, Culture, Oral history
Summary
A short animation about two old men and a whale.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Bush tucker, Community, Culture
Summary
Kukatja Handsigns are demonstrated on a Bush Hunt.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Community, Culture, Oral history, zDeceased
Summary
This documentary is built around a series of interviews with seven Nyul Nyul / Jabirr Jabirr "Saltwater People" cultural bosses who describe the cultural genocide they and their forebears suffered when the church stopped the use of language and culture.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Bush tucker, Community, Culture, Oral history
Summary
Video about women's art group and the art produced to highlight the importance of the bush tucker within the IPA. Winner of the "Special Video Award' for the 13th Remote Indigenous Media Festival.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Community, Oral history
Summary
Jessie Sampi gives an oral history.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Community, Culture, Oral history
Summary
Ashley Hunter is a Bardi man and an aspiring artist. He lives in One Arm Point on the Dampier peninsula, which is north of Broome. He is a very talented artist who paints on canvas. Like many artist in his genre, Ashley paints what he sees and feels.
Community
PAKAM Archive
Category
Community, Health and education
Summary
A day in the life of carer supporters in Looma.