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Gary Kildea (ANU Department of Anthropology) edits a film he shot in the Philippines during his fieldwork there

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Title: Gary Kildea (ANU Department of Anthropology) edits a film he shot in the Philippines during his fieldwork there
Author(s): ANU Photographic Services
Photographer: Stuart Hay
Series/Report no.: AU ANUA 226 - Photographs of Buildings and Events at the Australian National University
Description: Gary is widely recognised for his ethnographic film classics Trobriand Cricket (1976) and Celso and Cora (1983). Following the release of Koriam's Law (2006), he was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Festival Jury of the American Anthropological Association and first prize at the Royal Anthropological Institute International Film Festival.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/226208
Other Identifiers: AU ANUA 226-541

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