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Pathways & protocols : a filmmaker's guide to working with Indigenous people, culture and concepts / [researched and written by] Terri Janke ; [edited by Cathy Gray and the Communications Branch staff, AFC & Screen Australia]
Bib ID 4612732
Format BookBook
Author
Janke, Terri
 
Description Sydney, N.S.W. : Screen Australia, [2009] 
123 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9781920998097
Summary

"This practical guide is essential reading for all filmmakers shooting in Australia. Research and written by lawyer Terri Janke, Pathways & Protocols provides advice about the ethical and legal issues involved in transferring Indigenous cultural material to the screen. Whether shooting in country or city, with an Indigenous cast or not, practitioners of film, TV and digital media projects are encouraged to recognise and respect Indigenous people's images, knowledge, stories and land in the production of audiovisual material."--Back cover.

Subjects Motion pictures industry -- Legal status, laws, etc -- Australia.  |  Intellectual property -- Australia.  |  Cultural property -- Protection -- Law and legislation -- Australia.  |  Indigenous peoples -- Legal status, laws, etc -- Australia.  |  Entertainment - Film - Film industry.  |  Film - Ethnographic.  |  Cultural protocols.  |  Law - Intellectual property.
Other authors/contributors Gray, Cathy  |  Screen Australia  |  Australian Film Commission
Also Titled

Pathways and protocols

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