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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 In the Land of Storm Boy, the Cultural Heritage of the Coorong Is under Threat
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'When I go to see the new film Storm Boy, which opens in cinemas nationally today, my mind will turn to the landscape that forms the film’s backdrop. This is the Kurangk (Coorong), land of the Ngarrindjeri Nation. The Nation’s cultural heritage, testifying to the Ngarrindjeri’s enduring connection to the region, is being destroyed by off-road vehicles.' (Introduction)

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  • Storm Boy Justin Monjo , 2019 single work film/TV
  • Coorong, Meningie - Coorong area, South East South Australia, South Australia,
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