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The Screen Guide

MILLI MILLI tells the story of the Kimberley people from their point of view. Using the Kimberley people's traditions of storytelling, painting, dancing and taking into account Aboriginal law and culture, the film records a cultural revival from within.

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Crew

Director
Wayne Barker
Writers
Wayne Barker
Producer
Wayne Barker  Paul Roberts
Executive Producers
Harry Bardwell

Production Details

Production Completion Date
1992
Genre
Art and culture
Production Company
Milli Milli Film Group Pty Ltd

Sales

International Sales
Ronin Films

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • Douarnenez Festival of Ethnic Minority
    (1997)
  • Panafrican Film & TV Festival
    (1995)
  • Men & Rivers
    (1995)
  • Jokkmokk
    (1995)
  • Basically Black Film Festival
    (1995)
  • Chicago International Film Festival
    (1995)
  • Wellington Film Festival
    (1994)
  • Parnu Documentary and Visual Anthropology Film Festival
    (1994)
  • Festival International Du Film D'Amiens
    (1994)
  • International festival of Etnographic Films
    (1994)
  • Cinema Jove - Valencia International Film Festival
    (1994)
  • Hawaii International Film Festival
    (1994)
  • Cracow International Short & Documentary Film Festival
    (1994)