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A parable of forbidden love from Australia's mythical past, with storytelling by Australian icon David Gulpilil (Crocodile Dundee and Rabbit-Proof Fence) and starring his son Jamie as the covetous youth Dayindi, Ten Canoes is a ground-breaking glimpse into aboriginal life centuries before European settlement
10 Oct 2007
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Trailer of the Australian film Rabbit Proof Fence directed by Phillip Noyce
9 Jun 2010
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Speech about breeding out the aboriginal. Quotes: "The continuing infiltration of white blood finally stamps out the black colour. The aboriginal has simply been bred out." "And in spite of himself, the native has to be helped." *** www.throwingpebbles.com
28 Aug 2008
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http://www.oldpond.com/acatalog/sheep_station_nz.html prices of DVD £19.95 in the UK ..... 22.95 euros ..... $ 34.95 US dollars ...... $27.95 Aus dollars.... from here http://www.herding-dog-training-border-collie-sheepdog-dvd.com/dvd-sheep-station-nz-dylan-winter-herding-sheepdog-new-zealand.htm#buy Amazon will also be selling it Sheep Station NZ Two-disk DVD PAL format Dylan Winter Released 2009 Running time approx 3 hours plus extras DVD £19.95 inc VAT ISBN 978-1-906853-10-5 Dylan spent three months in New Zealand recording a wide range of sheep farms and the background to them. Most of New Zealand gets plenty of rain its a good place to grow grass. Where you can grow grass you can grow sheep, and on one station in this DVD they run 40,000 ewes, not to mention 1,500 cows and 4,000 deer hinds. The breed names will be familiar to British viewers Romneys, Merinos and the Romney x Cheviots known as Perendales. Some of the sheep management will be less familiar, with mustering by huntaways or helicopter, fast-moving tailing crews and a complete lack of lambing sheds. Dylan digs under the colourful surface of a variety of sheep enterprises from all parts of New Zealand. He explores the change in the meat/wool price, the part cattle play on sheep farms, the continuing importance of the UK Christmas lamb market and how the Kiwis have coped with the ending of their special relationship. Dylan sets the farming scene in its context with some of the most wonderful scenery you will ever see, and includes features on livestock markets and transport, threats to indigenous flora and wildlife, how to trim 60 ft hedges, the NZ Royal Show and the high-energy lifestyle of New Zealand shepherds. His interviewees include recent farming immigrants from Scotland who compare their experiences. This is Gods own country with a strong work ethic where the shearing gang and the grader are kings. A great place to grow sheep. Contents: DISC ONE Introduction - Coronet Peak - Plant Invaders - Alastair Macdonald Hedging Glenaray Ferry - Tim Grieve - Farmers Transport - Leicester Grey - Feilding Livestock Market - Hunterville Shemozzle - Extra: Silage making DISC TWO Otiwhiti training farm - Royal Show - Livesey Brothers - Dan Steels pig hunt Bendigo - Story of Shrek - Ben Innes Irrigation - Mike Salvesen - Blue ducks Farewell - Extra: The rabbit-proof fence
26 Mar 2011
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http://www.oldpond.com/acatalog/sheep_station_nz.html prices of DVD £19.95 in the UK ..... 22.95 euros ..... $ 34.95 US dollars ...... $27.95 Aus dollars.... from here http://www.herding-dog-training-border-collie-sheepdog-dvd.com/dvd-sheep-station-nz-dylan-winter-herding-sheepdog-new-zealand.htm#buy Amazon will also be selling it Sheep Station NZ Two-disk DVD PAL format Dylan Winter Released 2009 Running time approx 3 hours plus extras DVD £19.95 inc VAT ISBN 978-1-906853-10-5 Dylan spent three months in New Zealand recording a wide range of sheep farms and the background to them. Most of New Zealand gets plenty of rain its a good place to grow grass. Where you can grow grass you can grow sheep, and on one station in this DVD they run 40,000 ewes, not to mention 1,500 cows and 4,000 deer hinds. The breed names will be familiar to British viewers Romneys, Merinos and the Romney x Cheviots known as Perendales. Some of the sheep management will be less familiar, with mustering by huntaways or helicopter, fast-moving tailing crews and a complete lack of lambing sheds. Dylan digs under the colourful surface of a variety of sheep enterprises from all parts of New Zealand. He explores the change in the meat/wool price, the part cattle play on sheep farms, the continuing importance of the UK Christmas lamb market and how the Kiwis have coped with the ending of their special relationship. Dylan sets the farming scene in its context with some of the most wonderful scenery you will ever see, and includes features on livestock markets and transport, threats to indigenous flora and wildlife, how to trim 60 ft hedges, the NZ Royal Show and the high-energy lifestyle of New Zealand shepherds. His interviewees include recent farming immigrants from Scotland who compare their experiences. This is Gods own country with a strong work ethic where the shearing gang and the grader are kings. A great place to grow sheep. Contents: DISC ONE Introduction - Coronet Peak - Plant Invaders - Alastair Macdonald Hedging Glenaray Ferry - Tim Grieve - Farmers Transport - Leicester Grey - Feilding Livestock Market - Hunterville Shemozzle - Extra: Silage making DISC TWO Otiwhiti training farm - Royal Show - Livesey Brothers - Dan Steels pig hunt Bendigo - Story of Shrek - Ben Innes Irrigation - Mike Salvesen - Blue ducks Farewell - Extra: The rabbit-proof fence
14 Nov 2012
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