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The complete Buwindja Collection

17 items

Celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander trailblazers, icons and dreamers this NAIDOC Week

Seventeen compelling stories - more than 24 hours of watch time - across feature films, documentaries, TV series, song, dance and animation.

Don’t miss Warwick Thornton’s award-winning Samson and Delilah, Rachel Perkins’ extraordinary feature film Mabo, Stephen Page’s dance film Spear, drama series The Gods of Wheat Street, Essie Coffey’s landmark documentary My Survival As An Aboriginal, the rock n’ roll documentary Wrong Side Of The Road, biographical features about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders such as Noel Tovey and Ruby Langford Ginibi, and many more.

Rent titles in the Buwindja Collection individually ($4.99), or as a complete collection ($19.99) and watch as many times as you like over 30 days. In full, on demand and ad free, only on NFSA Player.

Content included in this bundle

Samson & Delilah
1h 40m Drama, Indigenous 2009
1h 44m Drama, Dance 2015
1h 45m Biography, Drama 2012
The Gods Of Wheat Street
6 Episodes Drama, Indigenous
My Survival As An Aboriginal: NFSA Digital Restoration
49m Documentary, History 1978
Wrong Side Of The Road: NFSA Digital Restoration
1h 6m Drama, Music 1981
Black Divaz
52m Documentary, Fashion 2018
Lousy Little Sixpence: NFSA Digital Restoration
52m Documentary, History 1983
Buried Country
1h 15m Music, Documentary 2000
Country Outcasts
28m Documentary, History 1977
The Song Keepers
1h 24m Documentary, Music 2018
Women Of Utopia
19m Documentary, Indigenous 1984
6 Episodes Comedy, Indigenous
Everyday Brave
6 Episodes Documentary, Indigenous
Australian Biography: Noel Tovey
26m Documentary, History 2006
Australian Biography: Ruby Langford Ginibi
28m Documentary, History 1997
Wadu Matyidi
8m Animation, Indigenous 2010

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