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Bat and the Butterfly, The

Australia (MIFF 2007)

Director: Dave Jones

The Bat and The Butterfly is a Dhuwa story that is told in Rittharngu language in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia. In a misguided search for affection, a ruthless hunter abducts a caring young woman from her tribe.

D Dave Jones S Tom E. Lewis (Balaag) & Michael Wagner P Domenic Friguglietti & Michael Wagner WS Australian Broadcasting Corporation TD video/col/2007/5 mins

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