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Mabo : life of an island man / original screenplay by Trevor Graham
Bib ID 1426877
Format BookBook
Author
Graham, Trevor
 
Description Sydney : Currency Press, 1999 
xxix, 151 p. : ill., ports. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0868195804
0868195804
0868195804
0868195804
0868195804
0868195804
Summary

Includes the original screenplay and the post-production script together with an extended introductory essay describing the practical and ethical dilemmas faced in the making.

Notes

The screenplay - on cover.

Subjects Mabo, Edward, - 1936-1992.  |  Australia. - High Court. - Mabo and others v. State of Queensland.  |  Mabo (Motion picture)  |  Motion picture plays.  |  Murray Islands (Qld.)
Other authors/contributors Currency Press
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Life of an island man

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