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The complexities of collaborative authorship
Paul Henley

invasion of Aboriginal lands by, among many others, the NABALCO bauxite mining enterprise on Yolngu land. In this way, although Djungguwan at Gurka’wuy is clearly a film about mortuary practices and beliefs about ancestors in primeval times, it is also an intensely political film of immediate contemporary relevance, thereby fulfilling, in the most powerful, even if in the most unexpected way, the brief that Dunlop was given when he first set out to film in Yirrkala in 1970. 13

in Beyond observation
Mandy Merck

execution from the scaffold.) The stag hangs upside down like a deposed tyrant in a cooling room that resembles a mortuary – or the chapel in which the imprisoned Charles was pictured in the Guillaume Marshall portrait circulated by his supporters in a volume entitled Eikon Basilike: The Pourtraiture of his sacred maiestie in his solitarie suffering . With her mind concentrated wonderfully by the fate of one

in The British monarchy on screen
Paul Henley

, which was filmed on Baluan, one of the Admiralty Islands, which lie off the northern coast of Papua New Guinea. Released in 2009, this film followed the Dutch anthropologist Ton Otto, the other co-director, as he returned to Baluan, where he had carried out fieldwork over many years, in order to attend the mortuary ceremonies of a senior man who had adopted him as a son. 14 Ferrarini also made a number of shorter films, as well as

in Beyond observation