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035    (OCoLC)941010746 
040    VDU|beng|cVDU 
245 00 Me & You. 
264  1 [San Francisco, California, USA] :|bKanopy Streaming,
300    1 online resource (streaming video file) 
306    Duration: 26 minutes 
336    two-dimensional moving image|btdi|2rdacontent 
337    computer|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
500    Title from title frames. 
500    In Process Record. 
518    Originally produced by Ronin Films in 2002. 
520    ME AND YOU follows the relationship between Frank 
       Shoveller and his teenage daughter Leanna as they travel 
       from their home in Halls Creek to their traditional 
       country south of Broome. Leanna has inherited her father's
       musical talent and is going to record her first album in 
       Broome. Leanna and her father then travel with their 
       family to Mijil Mil Mia to catch up with their mob in 
       Karijarri country. As we travel with Frank and Leanna, we 
       learn about their endearingly close relationship and and 
       how they are linked, not only through ties of blood but 
       also through their musical talent. Frank and Leanna are 
       Karijarri people living in Gija country (Halls Creek). 
       Frank's marriage to Christine has drawn him into the life 
       of Halls Creek and he and Leanna love living in the small 
       town on the edge of the desert. Frank teaches at Halls 
       Creek High School where he is able to inspire the 
       students. Leanna is growing up and, after having played 
       music with Frank and the Shoveller Band for many years, 
       she is now looking to other horizons with her own 
       recording. The family heads to Mijil Mil Mia where they 
       are welcomed back to the traditional country by the 
       family. Frank's brother, Mervyn Mulardy, suggests a 
       corroborree and the band gets ready to play. The concert, 
       at a huge and spiritually significant Boab tree, combines 
       the contemporary music of Frank, Leanna and their band, 
       with the more traditional music and cultural life of the 
       Karijarri people. As Frank and his family head back to 
       Halls Creek, we have an understanding of the way both 
       modern and traditional music can be used to retain culture,
       and the importance of family for the maintenance of 
       Indigenous identity. This film is a part of the 'National 
       Indigenous Documentary Fund Series 5'. Other titles in 
       this series are: NGANGKARI, THE FOUNDATION, WE OF LITTLE 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
546    In English 
653  0 Australian and Indigenous Studies 
700 1  Bin Bakar, Mark,|efilmmaker. 
710 2  Kanopy (Firm) 
914    kan1042398 
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