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Title Endangered / written & directed by Tracey Rigney ; produced by Carmel Mcaloon ; cinematographer, John Brawley


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 W'PONDS STACK AVC  305.90652 Rig/End  2007/10/02  AVAILABLE
Description 1 videodisc (DVD) (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 12 cm.
Summary This programme examines why the eligible Aboriginal single man is scarce, to the point of being endangered. Looks also at how the scarcity is making it difficult for Aboriginal women to find a suitable Aboriginal partner. The main problem is the low population rate of indigenous Australians; and eligible women seem to outnumber eligible men. Another difficulty is that a likely candidate could be related; and, of those who are not relations, many are either gay or already married. Then there are those with major relational baggage and others with children already. So lament the Aboriginal women who participate in this film
Notes Off-air recording of the SBS-TV broadcast October 3, 2007. Copied under Part 5A of the Copyright Act 1968
'Produced in association with SBS Independent ... Indigenous Unit of the Australian Film Commission.'
'Produced with financial assistance from the Aboriginal & Torres Islander Commission.'
Credits Editor, Martin Fox
Cast Participants, Josie Atkinson ... [et al.]
Notes First released [Melbourne?] : Endangered Pictures Pty. Ltd., Film Finance Corporation Australia and Film Victoria, c2005
Available for Deakin University staff and students only
Rated: G
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- Population
Indigenous women -- Australia
Interpersonal relations -- Australia
Man-woman relationships -- Australia
Mate selection -- Australia
Single men -- Australia -- Social conditions
Single people -- Australia -- Social conditions
Single women -- Australia -- Social conditions
Author Rigney, Tracey
McAloon, Carmel
Brawley, John
Atkinson, Josie
Seymour, Charlotte
Endangered Pictures Pty Ltd
Film Finance Corporation Australia
Other Titles Endangered - single Aboriginal male