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Zach's ceremony [videorecording (DVD)] / Screen Australia presents a Wangala Films Production in association with National Indigenous Television ; executive producers: Mitzi Goldman and Dan Goldberg ; produced and directed by Sarah Linton and Aaron Petersen ; associate producer: Alec Doomadgee.

Contributor(s): Goldman, Mitzi [producer.] | Goldberg, Dan [producer.] | Linton, Sarah [producer.] | Petersen, Aaron [producer.] | Doomadgee, Alec [associate producer.] | Screen Australia [production company.] | Wangala Films Pty. Limited [production company.] | National Indigenous Television [production company.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialDistributor: [Australia] : Umbrella Entertainment, 2017Copyright date: ℗2016Description: 1 videodisc (93 min.) : sound, colour ; 12 cm.Content type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videodiscSubject(s): Youth, Aboriginal Australian -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Social life and customs | Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Social life and customsGenre/Form: Documentary films.DDC classification: 305.89915 Summary: An extraordinary, feature-length documentary captured over ten years that shows one boy's journey to manhood in a complex, emotionally driven story. Its themes are universal: that of family and connection, but also explores the fascinating and unique question of what it means to be a modern man belonging to the oldest living culture on earth.
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An extraordinary, feature-length documentary captured over ten years that shows one boy's journey to manhood in a complex, emotionally driven story. Its themes are universal: that of family and connection, but also explores the fascinating and unique question of what it means to be a modern man belonging to the oldest living culture on earth.

Censorship classification : M. Recommended for mature audiences 15 years and over. NOTE: Offensive language.

Originally released Wangala Films Pty Limited, 2016.

DVD ; region 4 ; dolby digital ; aspect ratio 4:3 ; single sided, dual layered ; 16:9 enhanced ; anamorphic widescreen.