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The Screen Guide

STRAIGHT FROM THE YUDAMAN'S MOUTH is the story of the 1930s' shooting of the white administrator of Palm Island Aboriginal Mission. Through the eyes of Peter Prior, then one of the island's Aboriginal residents, and now a 91-year-old, the film revisits the life and times of the old mission and the extraordinary events that surrounded the death of its Administrator, Robert Curry.

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Crew

Director
Christine Togo
Writers
Christine Togo
Producer
Donna Ives
Executive Producers
David Jowsey  Rachel Perkins
Dir. of Photography
Simon Smith
Editor
Emma Hay

Cast

Lafe Charlton

Production Details

Production Completion
1997
Genre
History and national identity
Production Company
Big Eye Productions

Sales

International Sales
Donna Ives