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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 Buda Dji Dreaming
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Buda Dji Dreaming is a collection of Dreamtime Stories of the Bulawai Aboriginal People of Kuranda, Australia. The stories include "Wangal", the boy who became the boomerang, "The Flood" a story that is 12, 000 years old, "Kunindooran", a Buluwai ancestral warrior who died in a great fire, "Damarri" who had his leg bitten off by "Ganyarra" the Crocodile and whose blood made the wet totems. Extras include a "Behind the scenes" look at the film, which was two years in the making.


  • Dedication: The series of Dreamtime Stories you are about to see are the traditional stories of the Buluwai Aboriginal People of Kuranda and is respectfully dedicated to the memory of Tji Auwin, a.k.a Toby Brim (1867-1941)

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