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Thu Oct 16 17:54:00 2014 UTClccn-n791112790.00Gulpilil: One red blood0.200.47Three dances-- Gulpilil19891007David_Gulpililn 79111279343124Dalaithngu, David Gulpilil Ridjimiraril 1953-GulpililGulpilil 1953-....Gulpilil, DavidGulpilil Ridjimiraril Dalaithngu, David 1953-GumpililGumpilil, DavidGumpilil, David 1953-Ridjimiraril Dalaithngu, David Gulpilil 1953-lccn-no2003059146Sansbury, Tiannaactlccn-no2003038904HanWay (Firm)lccn-no94038611Luhrmann, Bazsceausflmdrtprolccn-no97048514Kidman, Nicole1967-actlccn-n95045492Flanagan, Richardauslccn-no2003107010Walker, Kerry1948-actlccn-no2009043220Walters, Brandon1996-actlccn-no2004082206Mendelsohn, Benactnp-davis, essieDavis, Essieactlccn-no2005052144Bazmark Films (Firm)GulpililDramaHistoryFilm adaptationsFictionJuvenile worksFolkloreBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcLegendsAustraliaAboriginal AustraliansDroversAristocracy (Social class)World War (1939-1945)RanchesCattle breedersMilitary operations, AerialFencesCivilization--British influencesBombardment of Darwin (Northern Territory : 1942)Northern Territory--DarwinState Barrier Fence (W.A.)Abandoned childrenAboriginal Australians--Rites and ceremoniesMythology, Aboriginal AustralianAustraliansNew York (State)--New YorkAboriginal Australians--Social life and customsNorthern Territory--Arnhem LandTrials (Manslaughter)LawyersAboriginal Australians--AntiquitiesMarshall, James Vance,Culture conflictDesert survivalAvariceRevengeDreamtime (Aboriginal Australian mythology)Motion pictures, AustralianWilderness survivalBrothers and sistersInitiation ritesQueensland--Great Barrier ReefGulpililFugitives from justiceWestern Australia--Moore River RegionCoral reef ecologyCoralsAir warfareAboriginal Australians, Treatment ofRace relationsNorthern TerritoryGold mines and miningMotion picturesPolicePelicansFriendshipJudicial errorDrug dealers195319701971197319751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219951996199719982000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320141030394310791.4372PN1997ocn298354318ocn039685356ocn611162664ocn174141941ocn759191783ocn271254014ocn867580437ocn078160149ocn613002381ocn762809978ocn061411853ocn057093945ocn020999656ocn844971047ocn743075943ocn608129761ocn042250136ocn152077502ocn838340644ocn421793555ocn224951571ocn220289456ocn300400061ocn225641542ocn220125817ocn220403057ocn220115330ocn220153867ocn220158714243534ocn051917003visu20020.22Noyce, PhillipRabbit-proof fenceHistoryFictionDramaFilm adaptationsIn 1931, Molly and her younger cousins, Gracie and Daisy, were three half-caste children from Western Australia who were taken from their parents under government edict and sent to an institution, were taught to forget their families, their culture, and re-invent themselves as members of "white" Australian society. The three girls begin an epic journey back to Western Australia, travelling 1,500 miles on foot with no food or water, and navigating by following the fence that has been build across the nation to stem an over-population of rabbits21838ocn298354318visu20080.17Luhrmann, BazAustraliaHistoryDramaFilm adaptationsLanguage Code: GM/EN/JT178745ocn039685356visu19710.23Roeg, NicolasWalkaboutFictionDramaFilm adaptationsStranded in the Australian desert, an English girl and her small brother are rescued by an Aborigine boy who has journeyed into the outback on his "walkabout"--A tribal initiation into manhood+-+30270195163247666ocn048096019visu19860.16Faiman, PeterCrocodile DundeeDramaWhen a reporter from New York is assigned to find living legend Mick Dundee, she decides to take him to New York, where he amazes and is amazed+-+57682674256796ocn152623838visu20060.21Ten canoesCriticism, interpretation, etcDrama"A parable of forbidden love from Australia's mythical past, narrated by Australian icon David Gulpilil and starring his son Jamie as the covetous youth Dayindi, Ten Canoes is a ground-breaking glimpse into aboriginal life centuries before European settlement. Shot in and around the Arafura Wetlands of Central Arnhem Land, Rolf de Heer and the People of Ramingining have created a pioneering and timeless tale for all people and all cultures." --DVD Container67113ocn048556336visu19770.26Weir, PeterThe last waveDramaThe story of a lawyer defending a group of aboriginals accused of murder. The lawyer feels the pull of magic forces beneath the surface of civilization+-+051975532546621ocn061267477visu20020.23De Heer, RolfThe trackerHistoryDramaThe tracker: An Aborigine tracker is teamed with three mounted policemen to search for a fugitive suspected of murdering a white woman. A study in archetypes and stereotypes, as each individual moves closer to their own primal emotions and instincts as they move further into the outback. When the searchers come into contact with the native peoples of the wilderness, their urges find new and brutal outlets20821ocn062548692visu19760.07Safron, HenriStorm boyJuvenile worksFictionFilm adaptationsAn adventure about a boy who learns about life from an adopted pelican, an Aboriginal, and his own father15915ocn061411853visu19760.18Hopper, DennisMad Dog MorganFictionDramaA dramatization of the story of Dan Morgan, an adventurer whose exploits with the law caused him to become a wanted outlaw and the object of an extensive manhunt. Based on documented events which took place during the Australian Gold Rush of the 1860's1063ocn174141941visu20010.18Crocodile Dundee Crocodile Dundee II ; Crododile Dundee in Los AngelesDramaThree films with the hero from the land Down Under. In the first film, Michael J. "Crocodile" Dundee is a free spirited crocodile hunting Australian who follows a beautiful reporter to New York and shakes the Big Apple to its core. In Crocodile Dundee II, Dundee and his girfriend, the reporter are targeted by a gang of ruthless drug dealers. To even the odds, Dundee leads the big-city hoods into the treacherous Australian outback. In Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles, Dundee suspects foul play at a movie studio and uses his Outback smarts to bring the bad guys to justice1065ocn006736353book19790.06GulpililGulpilil's Stories of the dreamtimeJuvenile worksFolklore823ocn012082363book19830.24GulpililThe birirrk : our ancestors of the dreamingJuvenile worksLegends802ocn071227653visu20010.15The Great Barrier ReefJuvenile worksCome explore Australia's 1,200-mile natural phenomenon. Share an aquatic environment with sharks, sea plants, and nearly 10,000 species, all engaged in the harsh reality of an eat-or-be-eaten existence669ocn223358909visu20020.25Gulpilil one red bloodCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyGulpilil VHS PAL 56min rated PG474ocn867580437visu20120.16Satellite boyDramaJust outside the town of Wyndham, in the northern Kimberley region of Western Australia, young Pete lives with his grandfather in an old abandoned outdoor cinema in the desert. When the old drive-in is threatened with demolition, ten year old Pete takes off to the city with his best mate Kalmain, to save his home. But the boys get lost in the Australian outback. Starving and thirsty, Pete has to remember some of the old bush skills his grandfather taught him to survive. Finally Pete and Kalmain reach the city, they save the old cinema and return home as heroes411ocn043107286visu19980.24Dead heartDramaA local lawman tries to reconcile the aboriginal tradition requiring revenge for murder vs. Australian law365ocn154260603visu19780.31Aboriginal danceTwo programs which show a number of traditional Aboriginal dances. In the first Gulpilil dances Emu, Kangaroo, and Fish. In the second Aboriginal people from Cape York Peninsula dance The creation of the dove, crow, and gecko lizard; Muipaka, the penalty for adultery is death; Orpul and Ningkushun, the fairy girl created the freshwater shark; Pikuwa and Kena, the freshwater and saltwater crocodiles fight; and Pinapepe, the courting and mating of the curlew361ocn730053237book20110.31Cribb, RegTales tall and trueThe Haunting of Daniel Gartrell is a comedic thriller where Edgar Allen-Poe meets Banjo Paterson; Gulpilil Is a one man show about the life of, and starring, indigenous performer, David Gulpilil; The Chatroom explores the impact of our changing world on relationships; Ruby's Last Dollar is the story of a woman who would risk everything+-+3043463135324302ocn225321326visu20060.31Crocodile dreamingDramaA modern day supernatural myth about two estranged brothers. Separated at birth, they have different fathers. One is readily accepted as a fully-fledged member of the tribe and is looked on to fulfil the duties of jungaiy, an important ceremonial role which obliges him to be caretaker for his mother's dreaming, the crocodile totem. The other, whose father was white, is younger and has had to struggle to fit into the tribe who see him only as a yella fella251ocn063466713book19820.19GulpililDe droomtijd : verhalen van de Australische Aboriginals385ocn220399146visu20020.25Gulpilil one red bloodCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyA fascinating documentary that traces the twin lives of David Gulpilil - one as an A-list actor appearing in groundbreaking films from Walkabout to Ten Canoes; the other as a traditional member and elder of an isolated Arnhem land Aboriginal community. Featuring insights from Gulpilil's celebrated colleagues, including Philip Noyce, Rolf De Heer and Jack Thompson, see how Gulpilil revolutionised Australian filmmaking by bringing Aboriginal culture to the screen51ocn154170171visu19780.47Three dances-- GulpililAboriginal dances in natural surroundings, depicting the emu, the kangaroo and the fish. The first two are solo performances by Gulpilil and the third is a group dance with some of the children from Bannyili, Northern Territory. No commentary. Suggested audience: primary, intermediate, secondary, general, special groups11ocn223995291visuDavid Gulpilil, left, with Richard Chamberlain in a scene from "Last wave"PhotographsPortraits"David Gulpilil - Australian Aboriginal actor and dancer. David Gulpilil, 24, Aboriginal actor and dancer who has been featured since 1970 in Australian films, is a member of the Mandalbingu tribe from Maningrida in Australia's Northern Territory. A cheerful and sociable young man, he is in demand for Aboriginal dance demonstrations, and for more films and television series. With Australian Government sponsorship, he spent two years at the Australian film and television school, has ambitions to script and direct a film devoted to Aboriginal culture. David Gulpilil has made personal appearances in Japan, Fiji, France, Britain, Canada and the United States. David Gulpilil, left, with Richard Chamberlain in a scene from Last wave. Australian Information Service photograph. Entertainment - Films. P78/137. 31/3/78/8."--Typewritten on verso11ocn223992412visu1978Ozolins, AlexPortrait of David Gulpilil, Australian Aboriginal actor and dancer, 1978 [1]PhotographsPortraits"David Gulpilil - Australian Aboriginal actor and dancer. David Gulpilil, 24, Aboriginal actor and dancer who has been featured since 1970 in Australian films, is a member of the Mandalbingu tribe from Maningrida in Australia's Northern Territory. A cheerful and sociable young man, he is in demand for Aboriginal dance demonstrations, and for more films and television series. With Australian Government sponsorship, he spent two years at the Australian film and television school, has ambitions to script and direct a film devoted to Aboriginal culture. David Gulpilil has made personal appearances in Japan, Fiji, France, Britain, Canada and the United States. David Gulpilil. Australian Information Service photograph by Alex Ozolins. Personalities "Gulpilil" P78/137. 31/3/78/5"--Typewritten on verso11ocn223994613visu1978Ozolins, AlexPortrait of David Gulpilil, Australian Aboriginal actor and dancer, 1978 [2]PhotographsPortraits"David Gulpilil - Australian Aboriginal actor and dancer. David Gulpilil, 24, Aboriginal actor and dancer who has been featured since 1970 in Australian films, is a member of the Mandalbingu tribe from Maningrida in Australia's Northern Territory. A cheerful and sociable young man, he is in demand for Aboriginal dance demonstrations, and for more films and television series. With Australian Government sponsorship, he spent two years at the Australian film and television school, has ambitions to script and direct a film devoted to Aboriginal culture. David Gulpilil has made personal appearances in Japan, Fiji, France, Britain, Canada and the United States. David Gulpilil. Australian Information Service photograph by Alex Ozolins. Personalities "Gulpilil" P78/137. 31/3/78/6"--Typewritten on verso11ocn660007300bookGulpilil[David Gulpilil : Art & Artist Files (Australia and New Zealand)]Exhibition catalogs11ocn037068874visu19850.25A Changing cultureHistoryExamines the lifestyle of David Gulpilil the actor and Charmaine Green a linguist. Two Aborigines who have left their homes to experience success in new environments. Both regularly return home, although their sense of belonging has been altered. These two talk about how they relate to the white culture and to their own Aboriginal culture11ocn868928757visu1979L'ultima onda : un film di Peter WeirPostersWindow card sized theatrical poster for an Italian screening of the film 'The Last Wave'; directed by Peter Weir and starring Peter Chamberlain and Gulpilil. The principal image on the poster shows an manipulated image taken from a still from the film. The image shows Gulpilil holding an artefact, featured in the film, in a menacing fashion. In the background are faint stylistic 'waves' and the Italian language title of the film, in the foreground and bright yellow, is also fashioned with a wave11ocn037088367rcrd19780.47GulpililAn interview with David Gulpilil11ocn220514212visu19860.47David Gulpilil and the Raminging Dance Group a presentation of Aboriginal dance culture from the Northern Territory11ocn223995550visu1978Collection of portraits of David Gulpilil, Australian Aboriginal actor and dancer, 1970sPhotographsPortraitsIncludes: portraits (1978), stills from "Mad Dog Morgan (1976)" and "Last wave (1977)"11ocn696103658fileHonoring David Gulpilil11ocn223577474visu1992Lewis, JonDavid Gulpilil, Ramingining, Arnhemland, 1992Portraits11ocn695941609fileGulpilil: One red blood11ocn271655064book0.10Gulpilil one red bloodProfiles Aboriginal actor, dancer and Yolgnu clan elder David Gulpilil, examining his film career - including Walkabout (1969) and Storm Boy (1976) - and his community life in Arnhem Land. Directors, colleagues and relatives contribute11ocn223994751visuForbes, AngusDavid Gulpilil, left, in a scene from "Mad Dog Morgan"PhotographsPortraits"David Gulpilil - Australian Aboriginal actor and dancer. David Gulpilil, 24, Aboriginal actor and dancer who has been featured since 1970 in Australian films, is a member of the Mandalbingu tribe from Maningrida in Australia's Northern Territory. A cheerful and sociable young man, he is in demand for Aboriginal dance demonstrations, and for more films and television series. With Australian Government sponsorship, he spent two years at the Australian film and television school, has ambitions to script and direct a film devoted to Aboriginal culture. David Gulpilil has made personal appearances in Japan, Fiji, France, Britain, Canada and the United States. David Gulpilil, left, in a scene from Mad dog Morgan. Angus Forbes photograph. P78/137. 31/3/78/7. Entertainment - Filming"--Typewritten on verso+-+5768267425+-+5768267425Thu Oct 16 15:57:19 EDT 2014batch30109