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Andrew Taylor reports briefly on a court case involving production company Bungabura and artist Robert Hannaford. Hannaford painted portraits for the Black Chicks Talking project. The project led to a film, a drama and a book. A dispute arose over ownership of the paintings with Hannaford contending that he had agreed to lend the paintings to the project, but had not relinquished ownership.

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    y separately published work icon The Sun-Herald 13 February 2011 Z1760255 2011 newspaper issue 2011 pg. 31
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