Yindyamarra Yambuwan

Bernard Sullivan (Director), Stanley Grant Snr (Producer), Florence Grant (Producer)

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    Abstract

    This film is based on years of deep conversations with Wiradjuri Elders about the way of life which is Yindyamarra. Yindyamarra is a word that is often translated as respect, however, it has multiple meanings including, to give honour, go slow, and take responsibility. The film describes a field of mutual respect that is the Wiradjuri way of life. It is spoken in Wiradjuri language, with English subtitles, with cinematic imagary taken from Wiradjuri country. With the involvement of many from the Wiradjuri community including Dr Uncle Stan Grant Sr AM, and Aunty Florence Grant, the film is a central creative work associated with Bernard Sullivan's research at Charles Sturt University.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationWagga City Gallery, Forum 6 Cinema Wagga, Forbes Memorial Club, CSU Dubbo
    Media of outputFilm
    SizeDirector, writer, cinematographer, performer
    Publication statusPublished - 2016

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    Sullivan, B. (Director), Grant Snr, S. (Producer), & Grant, F. (Producer). (2016). Yindyamarra Yambuwan. Creative Works - Recorded or Rendered works, .