#Coniston, known as "the last massacre", by David Batty & Francis Jupurrurla Kelly depicts the brutal slaughter of 100 or more Aboriginal people across Central Australia in 1928. Find out more about Coniston at: http://beamafilm.com/catalogue.php#.UjVUsBa4pME

More than 80 years after the brutal slaughter of 100 or more Aboriginal people in Central Australia, their descendants tell their story.

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Behind the scenes of the blockbuster exhibition of paintings by the Indigenous artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye which toured Japan attracting record crowds. See more at: http://beamafilm.com/catalogue.php#.UjWEDxa4pME

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Follow a group of Indigenous competitors as they compete in the annual Finke Desert Race across 250 km of central Australian desert by car, buggie or bike. Get Black and Dusty at: http://beamafilm.com/catalogue.php#.UjVbKBa4pME

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Bran Nue Dae | Beamafilm -- Documentaries On Demand  #Broome #Mission #BranNueDae

Movie: Bran Nue Dae - Bran Nue Dae deals with the dispossession of Aboriginal people and land and injustice and inequality, but it also finds new territory in which to explore Aboriginal identity.

The Balanda and the Bark Canoes is a documentary on the making of Rolf De Heer's feature film 'Ten Canoes', a film he describes as 'the most difficult film (he) made'. Detailed are the challenges encountered including language & cultural barriers, the harsh location & cast leaving set. The Balanda and the Bark Canoes documents the extraordinary behind the scenes story - see more at: http://beamafilm.com/catalogue.php#.UjWLIxa4pME

The Balanda and the Bark Canoes is a documentary on the making of Rolf De Heer's feature film 'Ten Canoes', a film he describes as 'the most difficult film (he) made'. Detailed are the challenges encountered including language & cultural barriers, the harsh location & cast leaving set. The Balanda and the Bark Canoes documents the extraordinary behind the scenes story - see more at: http://beamafilm.com/catalogue.php#.UjWLIxa4pME

Island Home Country is a poetic cine-essay about race and Australia’s colonised history and how it impacts into the present. When the filmmaker, Jeni Thornley, returns to Tasmania to make a film about her childhood she doesn’t know much about Aboriginal history,culture or colonisation. See more at: http://beamafilm.com/catalogue.php#.UjV672Q-K5M

Island Home Country is a poetic cine-essay about race and Australia’s colonised history and how it impacts into the present. When the filmmaker, Jeni Thornley, returns to Tasmania to make a film about her childhood she doesn’t know much about Aboriginal history,culture or colonisation. See more at: http://beamafilm.com/catalogue.php#.UjV672Q-K5M

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