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Richard Bell wins in his fight over rights to “The Blackfella’s Guide to New York”

richard bellBy Natash Rudra of the Sydney Morning Herald

Outspoken Indigenous artist Richard Bell has won a $169,224 payout after suing an American woman for control over film footage for an artwork called The Blackfella's Guide to New York.

 

And while he still faces an upcoming court battle in America he says he's determined to push on with the film, shooting it again from scratch with...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 April 2012 21:00

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A nation mourns. Vale Jimmy Little

jimmy littleBy National Indigenous Times reporter Geoff Bagnall

James (Jimmy) Oswald Little 1937-2012. He was our first Aboriginal pop star, the man with the honey voice who topped the charts in 1963 with his hit Royal Telephone four years before he was even counted as a citizen in his own land.

 

Now, Jimmy Little has passed on aged 75 after many years of surviving kidney failure, diabetes and a...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 April 2012 10:58

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