We are the Landowner...That's Why We're Here
(Streaming Film)

Book Cover
Average Rating
Status

Description

Loading Description...

Also in this Series

Checking series information...

More Like This

Loading more titles like this title...

More Details

Published
[San Francisco, California, USA] : National Film and Sound Archive of Australia, 1985., Kanopy Streaming, 2018.
Format
Streaming Film
Language
English

Notes

General Note
Title from title frames.
General Note
Film
General Note
In Process Record.
Participants/Performers
Roy Dadaynga Marika
Date/Time and Place of Event
Originally produced by National Film and Sound Archive of Australia in 1985.
Description
One of the most positive aspects of traditional Aboriginal Australia today is the outstation or clan homeland movement. Throughout central and northern Australia, groups have left the large centralised government settlements and church mission stations to form small communities on their own land.. Yirrkala, in northeast Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, used to be a church mission station and is now an Aboriginal township. Today it is one of the most active centres for the clan homeland movement, supporting over 15 small homeland settlements.. Yirrkala is also on the doorstep of the massive Gove bauxite mine, which the Yolngu unsuccessfully tried to stop when they initiated the first Aboriginal land rights case in the late 1960s and early 1970s.. This film starts with a general introduction to Yirrkala and the Gove bauxite mine. Then from the Yirrkala Homeland Resource Centre the film goes to Baniyala, the homeland settlement of the Madarrpa clan, on the northern shores of Blue Mud Bay.
System Details
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Language
In English

Citations

APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

(1985). We are the Landowner...That's Why We're Here . National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

1985. We Are the Landowner...That's Why We're Here. National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

We Are the Landowner...That's Why We're Here National Film and Sound Archive of Australia, 1985.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

We Are the Landowner...That's Why We're Here National Film and Sound Archive of Australia, 1985.

Note! Citations contain only title, author, edition, publisher, and year published. Citations should be used as a guideline and should be double checked for accuracy. Citation formats are based on standards as of August 2021.

MARC Record

Grouped Work ID
0a1a30c9-ede4-1302-4d57-c248bbb0a446-eng
Go To Grouped Work

Grouping Information

Grouped Work ID0a1a30c9-ede4-1302-4d57-c248bbb0a446-eng
Full titlewe are the landowner thats why we re here
Authornational film and sound archive of australia
Grouping Categorymovie
Last Update2023-08-17 17:26:11PM
Last Indexed2024-03-02 02:11:32AM

Book Cover Information

Image Sourcesideload
First LoadedNov 27, 2023
Last UsedNov 27, 2023

Marc Record

First DetectedAug 17, 2023 05:30:33 PM
Last File Modification TimeAug 17, 2023 05:30:33 PM

MARC Record

LEADER02514ngm a22004094i 4500
001kan3394001
003CaSfKAN
006m     o  c        
007cr una---unuuu
007vz uzazuu
008180507p20181985cau046        o   vleng d
02852|a 3394001|b Kanopy
035 |a (OCoLC)1035091787
040 |a VDU|b eng|e rda|c VDU
24500|a We are the Landowner...That's Why We're Here
264 1|b National Film and Sound Archive of Australia,|c 1985.
264 1|a [San Francisco, California, USA] :|b Kanopy Streaming,|c 2018.
300 |a 1 online resource (streaming video file) (47 minutes):|b digital, .flv file, sound
306 |a 004608
336 |a two-dimensional moving image|b tdi|2 rdacontent
337 |a computer|b c|2 rdamedia
338 |a online resource|b cr|2 rdacarrier
500 |a Title from title frames.
500 |a Film
500 |a In Process Record.
5110 |a Roy Dadaynga Marika
518 |a Originally produced by National Film and Sound Archive of Australia in 1985.
520 |a One of the most positive aspects of traditional Aboriginal Australia today is the outstation or clan homeland movement. Throughout central and northern Australia, groups have left the large centralised government settlements and church mission stations to form small communities on their own land.. Yirrkala, in northeast Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, used to be a church mission station and is now an Aboriginal township. Today it is one of the most active centres for the clan homeland movement, supporting over 15 small homeland settlements.. Yirrkala is also on the doorstep of the massive Gove bauxite mine, which the Yolngu unsuccessfully tried to stop when they initiated the first Aboriginal land rights case in the late 1960s and early 1970s.. This film starts with a general introduction to Yirrkala and the Gove bauxite mine. Then from the Yirrkala Homeland Resource Centre the film goes to Baniyala, the homeland settlement of the Madarrpa clan, on the northern shores of Blue Mud Bay.
538 |a Mode of access: World Wide Web.
546 |a In English
650 0|a Indigenous peoples--Cross-cultural studies.
655 4|a Australian Studies
655 7|a Education films. |2 lcgft
7102 |a National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (Firm),|4 dst
7102 |a Kanopy (Firm),|4 dst
85640|u https://losgatosca.kanopy.com/node/2394002|z A Kanopy streaming video
85642|z Cover Image|u https://www.kanopy.com/node/2394002/external-image