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Sea Captain Shem Rarua, the Dangerous Pig, & Vanuatu's Struggle for Independence.
— April 14, 2009
Untold stories of Vanuatu's Independence struggle are revealed after original 8mm footage from Vanuatu's Independence struggle had been recovered from the tropical mould. Narrating the scenes of protest, peacemaking and a journey across the Pacific, Chief Shem Rarua pieces together a patchwork of events from the turbulent period into a story of the struggle for land and freedom, begining from the time of his great-grandparents, up until the present day.
OPM resistance in West Papua highlands - BBC2 Newsnight
— May 22, 2009
A news footage featuring the Free West Papua fighters in their efforts in resisting the Indonesian occupation of their land. The shots were filmed undercover in West Papua, 2008.
— May 24, 2009
This film shows the extremely brutal history the native population of West Papua have endured for many decades under the oppressive Indonesian Military. And shows how to this day, the West Papuans continue their struggle for independence from Indonesia, including historical footage of events showing the UN "shame" vote - Act of 'NO' Choice which lead to their colonisation and the continuing plunder, of the West Papuan's natural resources. Filmed undercover in West Papua in 1999 - 2001 and combined with historical footage obtained from various sources. A film made by fPcN interCultural: www.fPcN-global.org
Blood On the Cross
— July 23, 2009
An ABC Four Corners report about the 'Red Cross' involvement in the WWF hostages saga in 1996 and the resulting slaughter of the indigenous peoples of West Papua!
Forgotten Bird of Paradise - trailer
— October 21, 2009
British film-maker Dominic Brown travelled without the knowledge or authority of the Indonesian authorities in order to film Forgotten Bird of Paradise. The documentary provides a rare and moving insight into the forgotten struggle for independence that has gripped West Papua for over 45 years. It includes never before seen footage of OPM rebel fighters at their stronghold deep in the Papuan jungle, as well as interviews with human rights victims of the Indonesian regime.
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