Keswick Film Club - Ten Canoes

Ten Canoes 

Director: Rolf de Heer & Peter Djigirr Country: Australia
Cert: TBC Year: 2006 Length: 90 mins Language: Aboriginal
Ten Canoes

Audience Reaction

Score: 61.54% Attendance: 121

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Synopsis

The first-ever movie in an Australian Aboriginal language is lushly filmed and cleverly framed by an English-language narration (voiced by David Gulpilil, Australia's best-known Aboriginal actor). True to oral tradition, Ten Canoes weaves stories within stories to create a hugely enjoyable comedy-drama.

Critics

open_quote An hypnotic and unexpectedly funny story of a traditional aboriginal boy's life close_quote Nicola Harrison, ABC Australia



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Keswick Film Club won the Best New Film Society at the British Federation Of Film Societies awards in 2000.

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