Becoming Aboriginal.
by
 
Roberts, David, television director.

Title
Becoming Aboriginal.

Author
Roberts, David, television director.

Publication Information
Australia National Film & Sound Archive of Australia, 2011.
 
©1978

Physical Description
1 videodisc (10 minutes) : (DVD video) sound, colour ; 12 cm.

Series
Film Australia collection.

Series Title
Film Australia collection.

General Note
Catalogued from container.

Abstract
"Aboriginal children at the Bamyili Government settlement in the Northern Territory must undergo two forms of education, one in an English language school, learning European skills and values, and another in their traditional way of life. Becoming Aboriginal examines how they learn those ways. The girls are taught how to weave and collect food. The boys are taught the traditional dances for the corroborees. The film highlights the benefits these children gain through an understanding of and connection with their Aboriginal heritage. In doing so, it also explores the relationship between Indigenous people and their land, and the ways in which this knowledge is passed down through the generations." -- http://Sa-staging.com.

Reading Level
Exempt from classification.

Subject Term
Aboriginal Australians -- Education -- Northern Territory Barunga.
 
Aboriginal Australians -- Education.
 
Aboriginal Australians -- Social life and customs.
 
Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory Barunga.
 
Children, Aboriginal Australian -- Education -- Northern Territory -- Barunga.
 
Short films.
 
Nonfiction films.
 
Documentary films.

Added Author
Roberts, David,
 
Manefield, Tom,

Added Corporate Author
Australia. Department of Aboriginal Affairs
 
National Film and Sound Archive (Australia)

Format
Video disc


LibraryMaterial TypeShelf NumberLibrary
ParramattaDVDDVD 305.89 BECOParramattaAboriginal Adult Non-fiction