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Black chicks talking / written and directed by Leah Purcell.
Rated M 15+ for mature audiences. Contains low level course language. Leah Purcell shares dinner with five contemporary Indigenous women: Roseanna Angus, Cilla Malone, Tammy Williams, Kathryn Hay and Deborah Mailman. Written & directed by Leah Purcell, Producer Bain Steward, co-director Brendan Fletcher Includes a copy of "Study guide" / Libby Tudball, Australian screen education, issue 29. Viewer comment: "A well structured video. Well thought out. A cross section of Aboriginal women role models, honestly sharing their thoughts, beliefs, life stories and achievements, with each other. A great discussion starter for students on Australian society's overall view of Aboriginality. Inspiring for girls and young women in particular. Deals with culturally sensitive issues of identity and racism. Suitable for secondary school students and adults". NSWTF Aboriginal Members Committee, September 2002. DVD.