Recent films about and by Indigenous Australians have enjoyed not only critical acclaim in the film-festival circuit, but also box-office success. Greg Dolgopolov explores the aesthetics, production processes and thematic concerns that these films share, and evaluates whether their increasing interaction with the mainstream is heralding a 'new wave' in Indigenous cinema.
Additional keywords: Ten Canoes, Rolf de Heer, The Sapphires, Wayne Blair, Rabbit-Proof Fence, Phillip Noyce, Mystery Road, Ivan Sen, The Darkside, Warwick Thornton, Satellite Boy, Catriona McKenzie, Tim Winton's The Turning, Dhakiyarr vs the King, Alan Collins, Samson & Delilah, Toomelah, No Name No Blanket, Steven McGregor, Buckskin, Dylan McDonald, Charlie's Country, David Gulpilil, Jamie Gulpilil, Deborah Mailman, Miranda Tapsell, Shari Sebbens, Aaron Pedersen, Mabo, Rachel Perkins, Jimi Bani, Bran Nue Dae, Ernie Dingo.
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