Two brothers at Galarra

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In the Arnhem Land monsoon of the 1930s two brothers will face each other with spears. Only one of them will live to tell the tale. This is the story of 'Slippery' Binydjarrpuma, one of the most famous of all Yolngu warriors. The story is told with the symbolic poetry of Yolngu Aboriginal song. Winner of the Director’s Gold Medal for Excellence, Park City Film Music Festival, Utah USA 2010. Funded through the Mulka Project and Christensen Fund for Indigenous Australia. Supervising Director/Director/Camera Operator (24mins) - Tom Murray; Directors - Malalakpuy & Banul Munyarryun.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherMulka Project Media
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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    Murray, T. (Author). (2009). Two brothers at Galarra. Digital or Visual products, Australia: Mulka Project Media.