1987, English, Sound, Other sound, Video edition: Getting Better / produced by Corroboree Films Australia.Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission

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Physical Description
  • moving image
  • 1 videocassette (approximately 57 minutes) : sound, colour; 3/​4 in.
Published
  • 1987
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • Getting Better /​ produced by Corroboree Films
Creator
  • Australia.Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission
Other Contributors
  • Bob Merritt (Speaker/​performer)
  • Charles Perkins (Speaker/​performer)
  • Vic Cherikoff (Speaker/​performer)
  • Joe Mallie (Speaker/​performer)
  • Jennie Brand (Speaker/​performer)
  • Bob Smith (Speaker/​performer)
  • Myra Glass (Speaker/​performer)
  • Jennifer Bush (Speaker/​performer)
  • Fred Hollows (Speaker/​performer)
  • Maurice Serico (Speaker/​performer)
  • Shane Houston (Speaker/​performer)
  • Ken Gabb (Speaker/​performer)
  • Fred Ratnisser (Speaker/​performer)
  • Yvonne Cossart (Speaker/​performer)
  • Grace Close (Speaker/​performer)
  • Jean Carter (Speaker/​performer)
  • Betty Carter (Speaker/​performer)
  • Fiona Douglas (Speaker/​performer)
  • Kadaba Sriprakash (Speaker/​performer)
  • Didi Devanesan (Speaker/​performer)
  • Jimmy Singleton (Speaker/​performer)
  • Brian Dixon (Speaker/​performer)
  • Glendall Schrader (Speaker/​performer)
  • Jim Carroll (Speaker/​performer)
  • Bill Murray (Speaker/​performer)
  • Norma Ingram (Speaker/​performer)
  • Shorty O’Neil (Speaker/​performer)
  • Neil Turner (Speaker/​performer)
  • John Cawte (Speaker/​performer)
  • David Burramurra (Speaker/​performer)
Published
  • 1987
Physical Description
  • moving image
  • 1 videocassette (approximately 57 minutes) : sound, colour; 3/​4 in.
Part Of
  • Moving Image Collection
  • Black Futures; Episode 3
Subjects
Summary
  • Corroboree Films Presents "Black Futures", a series of six episodes about hope and survival in Aboriginal Australia. Episode 3 outlines the improvements made to Aboriginal health in the 1980s as a result of Aboriginal people being able to take control of their own health care. It includes analysis into the nutritional value of traditional Aboriginal diets, as well as the combination of Western medicine and traditional remedies. Contains some AIAS archival material.
  • Digital access copies
  • Duplicate located at ATSIC0147
  • Content from 19:49 to 20:12 is sourced from V00790_1
  • Content from 44:21 to 45:22 is sourced from V00756_1
  • Content from 46:00 to 52:43 contains restricted material sourced from FC00197_1-6
  • Directors, Larry Lucas and Yuri Sokol; producer, Michael Le Moignan; presenter, Bob Merritt
  • Not auditioned
  • ATSIC Collection transfer notes
  • Additional documentation stored with Black Futures documentation
Terms of Use
  • Restricted - ceremonial, gender specific, sensitive material
Language
  • English
Identifier
  • oai:ultra0.aiatsis.gov.au:463850
  • ATSIC_001 (V09453_3)

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