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Dreaming in Motion Dreaming in Motion
Dreaming in Motion celebrates the work of the Indigenous Branch of the Australian Film Commission, the achievements of the filmmakers it has supported, and the nurturing network of film training institutions, funding agencies and Indigenous community media organisations around Australia that have made Indigenous filmmaking such a distinct success.

Edited and produced by RealTime for the Australian Film Commission, this handsome book includes three essays (Sally Riley, Lester Bostock, Keith Gallasch), entries on 26 filmmakers (including Rachel Perkins, Bec Cole, Warwick Thorton, Richard Frankland, Erica Glynn, Catriona Mackenzie, Darlene Johnson), producers and cinematographers and their films, and a DVD with excerpts from selected films. The full-colour book is extensively illustrated with images from many of the films and of directors on location. The essays focus the development of Indigenous filmmaking from the 1990s to the present time while sketching in its origins in the 1980s.

This unique 90-page tribute is available for $10, to cover handling and postage, from the Australian Film Commission. You can download an order form from the AFC website: www.afc.gov.au/downloads/pubs/dreamingorderform.pdf


Australian Film Commission, GPO Box 3984 Sydney NSW 2001

Phone (02) 9321 6444 or Freecall 1800 226 615 Fax (02) 9357 3714 publishing@afc.gov.au

RealTime issue #80 Aug-Sept 2007 pg. 34

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