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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 High Ground
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'1931, Northern Australia. The destinies of Travis, a white bounty hunter, and Baywara, an Indigenous man trying to save what remains of his family, intersect. Twelve years after a tragedy that scarred them both, a manhunt pits them against each other.'

Source: Berlinale program.

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Language: English , Aboriginal Yolngu AIATSIS: languages. AIATSIS ref. (NT SD53)

Works about this Work

Guy Pearce New Movie, High Ground, to Explore 'Confronting' NT History 2016 single work column
— Appears in: Brisbane Times , 31 July 2016;

'Australian actors Guy Pearce, David Gulpilil and Jack Thompson will star in a film exploring the Northern Territory's "confronting" history. ...'

'High Ground, set in Arnhem Land in the 1920s, is fictitious but inspired by true events, director Stephen Johnson says. ...'

Guy Pearce, David Gulpilil and Jack Thompson to Star in Movie Set in Arnhem Land 2016 single work column
— Appears in: NT News 2016;

'A Cast of renowned Australian movie stars including Guy Pearce, David Gulpilil and Jack Thompson will appear in a film set in Arnhem Land, it was announced yesterday.'

'High Ground will be directed by Stephen Johnson, the cinematographer for Yothu Yindi and director of breakthrough feature film Yolgnu Boy in 2001. ...'

Guy Pearce, David Gulpilil and Jack Thompson to Star in Movie Set in Arnhem Land 2016 single work column
— Appears in: NT News 2016;

'A Cast of renowned Australian movie stars including Guy Pearce, David Gulpilil and Jack Thompson will appear in a film set in Arnhem Land, it was announced yesterday.'

'High Ground will be directed by Stephen Johnson, the cinematographer for Yothu Yindi and director of breakthrough feature film Yolgnu Boy in 2001. ...'

Guy Pearce New Movie, High Ground, to Explore 'Confronting' NT History 2016 single work column
— Appears in: Brisbane Times , 31 July 2016;

'Australian actors Guy Pearce, David Gulpilil and Jack Thompson will star in a film exploring the Northern Territory's "confronting" history. ...'

'High Ground, set in Arnhem Land in the 1920s, is fictitious but inspired by true events, director Stephen Johnson says. ...'

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