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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Karla
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'A dreamtime story of how fire came to the Noongars of the Pinjarra (Bindjareb) region told through painting, dance and visual storytelling.' Source: www.screenwest.com.au (Sighted 21/05/2009).

Notes

  • 'Karla' featured at the 2009 Perth International Arts Festival (PIAF) at the Noongar Welcome to Country Celebration.
  • 'Karla' was funded through the Deadly Yarns Indigenous short film initiative, a joint initiative of ScreenWest, the Film and Television Institute (FTI) and the ABC.

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      Western Australia,: 2009 .
      Extent: 7 min.p.
      Note/s:
      • Produced with the assistance of ScreenWest, Lotterywest, the Film and Television Institute and ABC TV.

Works about this Work

Karla Comes to Perth 2009 single work review
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 11 February no. 444 2009; (p. 59)
"Karla is a Dreamtime story of how fire came to the Noongar people of the Pinjarra region, told through painting, dance annd visual storytelling," (Mr Booth, ScreenWest Chief Executive.)
Karla Comes to Perth 2009 single work review
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 11 February no. 444 2009; (p. 59)
"Karla is a Dreamtime story of how fire came to the Noongar people of the Pinjarra region, told through painting, dance annd visual storytelling," (Mr Booth, ScreenWest Chief Executive.)
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