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Freedom Film Festival 2010: Hak Dinafikan
— July 01, 2011
On March 17, 2010 more than 2,000 Orang Asli marched in a rare protest against a proposed new land policy, believed to be detrimental to their people. This documentary- made by a team of orang aslis- contains their voices; many who are speaking out for the first time. Hear what they have to say in their own words. (Pada 7 March 2010, lebih daripada 2,000 Orang Asli telah berhimpun sebagai tanda protes terhadap cadangan polisi tanah baru, yang dipercayai tidak membawa manfaat kepada mereka. Dokumentari ini yang dibuat oleh sekumpulan orang asli – menyuarakan pendapat mereka mengenai isu ini.)
— October 10, 2008
When bulldozers mowed over the ancestral farmlands of Kampung Lebor, Segan Anak Degon stood his ground and defended his land. Now, he is the only person out of 101 families whose land is left intact and unaffected by the oil palm plantation. However, Segan is the rare few who managed to halt the feverish onslaught of oil palm advancement that threatens to devastate the embattled Sarawak forested landscape. Wake up and smell the palm oil!
— April 22, 2011
A TV play by David Milroy and directed by Rick Brayford and set in the Pilbara of Western Australia, Swine River is the story of an Aboriginal group’s bitter experience dealing with an iron ore company that wants to mine its country at any cost.
FMG's Great Native Title Swindle
— April 19, 2011
This is a record of an illegitimate ‘native title’ meeting (16 March 2011) sponsored by the iron ore miner, Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) and its CEO, Andrew Forrest, the richest man in Australia. It shows how FMG, its agents, a lawyer and an opportunist splinter faction tried to strong-arm the Yindjibarndi community into removing all its objections to FMG’s mining in Yindjibarndi country (Pilbara, Western Australia), and into expelling the majority Claim Applicants who rejected FMG’s deal as a rip-off.
— April 22, 2011
Written by acclaimed Australian playwright David Milroy and directed by Rick Brayford, this remarkable piece of theatre tells the story of two brothers set against each other over interests of family, country and native title.
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