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When the Natives Get Restless

Australia, 2007 (MIFF 2007)

Director: Adrian Wills

On the infamous Gordon Estate in Dubbo, the entire community has been given an eviction notice. Within three years, all their homes will be demolished. In this powerful documentary, the community speaks for the first time about the issues they face and about being black in a regional town like Dubbo.

D/S Adrian Wills & Albert Hartnett P Melissa Johnston TD video/col/2007/28mins

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