ASIO makes a movie

Alec Morgan (Producer)

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Abstract

In 1951 ASIO began using movie cameras in secret surveillance of people who were suspected of being threats to the state. Their prime suspects? Then 21-year-old Aboriginal man Ray Peckham and 32-year-old Indigenous activist Faith Bandler, on their way to a Berlin peace festival. Alec Morgan uncovers the fascinating story of ASIO's unreleased silent footage.

Researcher/writer/director/producer: Alec Morgan.
LanguageEnglish
PublisherThe Guardian
Media of outputOnline
Size6 minutes
Publication statusPublished - 14 Feb 2018

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