Duprevent Harm: Ancient Wisdom with Modern Technology
"Kanyini" - Connectedness "Forbidden and Forgotten"
Book Kanyini at your local theater, festival, pow-wow or other community events.
To book Kanyini screenings with Deborah Dupre' presenting Questions and Answer and other education programs within the United States, phone +310.310.1997
was voted "best documentary" at the London Australian Film Festival
2007. It was also winner of the Inside Film Independent Spirit Award
and the winner of the Discovery Channel Best Documentary Award in
KANYINI is a story told by an Aboriginal man, Bob Randall, who lives
beside the greatest monolith in the world, Uluru in Central Australia.
Based on Bob's own personal journey and the wisdom he learnt from the
old people living in the bush, Bob tells the tale of why Indigenous
people are now struggling in a modern world and what needs to be done
for Indigenous people to move forward.
A tale of Indigenous wisdom clashing against materialist notions of
progress, this is not only a story of one man and his people, but the
story of the human race.
KANYINI runs for 53 minutes and is rated PG.
To book screenings of Kanyini and/or Kanyini education presentations and other programs in the United States with Deborah Dupre', phone +310.310.1997.
Deborah Dupre', human rights activitst since the early 1970's Vietnam/Civil Rights Era and featured in pivotal role of the film, FUEL, adds a rich contribution to Kanyini. Dupre' worked with Aborigines in some of outback Australia's most remote communities for five years, living at Uluru (Ayers Rock) and working with "Uncle Bob" and his people at Mutitjulu throughout 2008.
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