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Year: 2002

Classification: Exempt - Ronin Recommends: G

Runtime: 26 min

Produced In: Australia

Directed By: Peter Hodgson

Produced By: Heather Croall

Language: English

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In the 1950s the British Government tested nuclear bombs in northern South Australia. These days, there are mines and waste dumps in the erea. The Indigenous communities in the region have concerns about how the fall out from the testing and the risks of mining leaks impact on their communities.

Indigenous anti-nuclear campaigner, Kevin Buzzcott, goes on a journey through northern South Australia to hear the stories of Aboriginal elders who have experienced the effects of the nuclear industry.

This is the first time many of these elders have told their stories to the public.

This film is a part of the 'National Indigenous Documentary Fund Series 5'. Other titles in this series are: NGANGKARI, THE FOUNDATION, ME & YOU and BIG GIRLS DON'T CRY.

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