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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Isle-Cross'd Lovers : Vanuatu's Tanna and the South Pacific on Film
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As the first film to hail from Vanuatu, the South Pacific-set forbidden romance of Tanna, which was produced in collaboration with Australia, is a landmark piece of cinema. Glenn Dunks delves into this historic film's origins and examines its achievements in light of other screen works about and set in this highly underrepresented region.

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    y separately published work icon Metro Magazine vol. 188 Autumn 2016 10720230 2016 periodical issue 2016 pg. 24-29
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24-29 Isle-Cross'd Lovers : Vanuatu's Tanna and the South Pacific on Filmsmall AustLit logo Metro Magazine
  • Tanna Martin Butler , John Collee , Bentley Dean , 2015 single work film/TV
  • Ten Canoes Rolf De Heer , 2006 single work film/TV
  • South Pacific, Pacific Region,
  • Vanuatu, South Pacific, Pacific Region,
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