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Tells the story of an Indigenous man in the corporate world.

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form y separately published work icon 440 Edoardo Crismani , 2017 9945140 2017 single work film/TV

Tells the story of an Indigenous man in the corporate world

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Southerly A Handful of Sand : Words to the Frontline vol. 71 no. 2 Ali Cobby Eckermann (editor), Lionel Fogarty (editor), 2011 Z1838126 2011 periodical issue

    'It is estimated now that nearly five thousand Aboriginal authors have been published in Australia since the cultural impact of colonisation occurred. However this seems rare or vague knowledge to the outskirts of Australian literature. It seems this contribution by Aboriginal writers is somewhat limited to access or obtain for the general public who enjoy a good read, or seek an historical view point...' (Source: Cobby Eckermann Ali, and Fogarty Lionel, Southerly Vol. 71 No. 2 2011:8-11)

    2011
    pg. 183-187

Works about this Work

SA Funds, Mentoring Will Help Filmmakers 2016 single work column
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 24 August 2016; (p. 16)

'Five South Australian Aboriginal filmmakers have been selected to receive $20,000 each in funding along with mentoring and professional development from some of Australia's leading film industry figures to make their own short drama. ...'

SA Funds, Mentoring Will Help Filmmakers 2016 single work column
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 24 August 2016; (p. 16)

'Five South Australian Aboriginal filmmakers have been selected to receive $20,000 each in funding along with mentoring and professional development from some of Australia's leading film industry figures to make their own short drama. ...'

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