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Anangu Way

Through the creation of a woomera (traditional weapon), a First Nations father and son are reconciled after years apart.

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Donations via Documentary Australia


Oranges & Sardines Foundation
$10,000
Mimi Helm
$10
Sarah Vrankovich
$20
Nina Gee
$20

Other Confirmed Support


Secured Agencies
$75000
Corporate
$25000
Confirmed funders
Screen Australia First Nations Department, Screenwest, Channel 10

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