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2012 Bob Plasto Screen Award Recipient

francis kellyStory and image supplied by Rickie Abraham

A Territory filmmaker from Yuendumu in central Australia has been awarded the 2012 Bob Plasto Screen Award at a presentation in Darwin tonight.

Screen Territory Director, Ms Penelope McDonald, congratulated Mr Francis Jupurrurla Kelly, pictured left, who was awarded with the $10,000 prize at the Darwin International Film Festival closing...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 04 October 2012 09:53

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First four titles of Indigenous Levelled Readers

Claws eyes flippersStory and images supplied by Nic Murray

Written and illustrated by Aboriginal authors and artists, The Deadly Reads for Deadly Readers, Saltwater Series, of levelled books have been carefully designed to provide young Indigenous and non-Indigenous children with engaging, enjoyable and meaningful experiences with print that will support their reading skills and intrinsic desire to read...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 30 September 2012 09:38

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