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1 y separately published work icon Interview with Ruby Langford Ginibi, Writer and Lecturer on Aboriginal History. Frank Heimans (interviewer), 2000 Z819170 2000 single work interview Ruby Langford Gibini speaks of the tribal history of the Bundjalung people, her life and family.
1 form y separately published work icon Frank Hardy Andrea Stretton (interviewer), ( dir. Frank Heimans ) Lindfield : Film Australia , 1993 Z1122421 1993 single work film/TV interview

Australian author Frank Hardy speaks about his Depression-era childhood, World War II experiences, Communist Party membership, early days as a writer, marriage, social ostracism, support for Aboriginal people, aims as a writer, and the furore and trial for libel over his novel Power Without Glory.

1 1 y separately published work icon Nancy Cato Robin Hughes (interviewer), ( dir. Frank Heimans ) Lindfield : Film Australia , 1993 Z390418 1993 single work interview Nancy Cato talks about her life and work.
1 1 form y separately published work icon Australian Biography Robin Hughes (interviewer), SBS Television (publisher), ( dir. Frank Heimans et. al. )agent 1992 Lindfield : Film Australia SBS Television , 1992- Z1526214 1992 series - publisher film/TV

'The Australian Biography series profiles some of the most extraordinary Australians of our time.'

Source: Film Australia website, http://www.afc.gov.au/
Sighted: 01/09/2008

1 form y separately published work icon Shadow Sister : A Film Biography of Kath Walker, M.B.E. Shadow Sister: a Film Biography of Australian Aboriginal Poet Kath Walker Jenny Baird Nussinov , ( dir. Frank Heimans ) Crows Nest : Cinetel Productions , 1978 Z823497 1978 single work film/TV (taught in 1 units)

This documentary shows the well-known Aboriginal poet Kath Walker living on Stradbroke Island, Queensland, the place that was once the home of her native tribe. She welcomes visitors, particularly Aboriginal children, hoping to imbue them with pride in their own culture.

1 8 form Shadow Sister : A Film Biography of Australian Aboriginal Poet Kath Walker (Oodgeroo Noonuccal), MBE 1977 single work film/TV

Shows Aboriginal poet Kath Walker living on Stradbroke Island and discusses her contribution to the Aboriginal civil rights movement, her views on Aboriginal culture today and her involvement with poetry.' (Production summary)

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