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Justin, Chester, Jedda, chisolm

Justin, Chester, Jedda

Although TEABBA is predominately radio, and depending on confirmed activity bookings and availability of staff, TEABBA can assist with, or provide information for a suitable contact to assist with your film project. TEABBA has done various work with Film Project initiatives such as ‘The Forgotten Ones’ with the Northern Territory Correctional Services and ‘Grounded’ Segments via CAAMA for NITV.

In the last five years, TEABBA has been producing the Yarning Up series 1, 2 and 3 this was a compilation investment from Screen Territory, Screen Australia, ABC TV and NITV.

Yarning Up

Yarning Up is a new training initiative providing an opportunity for first time Directors from various remote Indigenous communities, These are the Directors stories, made in their communities and told through their eyes. Creating a new unique voice in the Top End.

Yarning Up (series 1)

“One River, All Rivers”

Director                 Tom E Lewis

Duration               06:15”

Synopis :                Arnhemland lawman Roy Moyngumbi receives a message from the crow spirit to stop the destruction and drainage of the river system. With time against him, he creates a Message Stick and hangs it as a prayer on a tree, in the hope it will be found.

 

“Yothu Manda”

Director                 Eilish Markunny

Duration               06:30”

Synopis :                In the 60’s six year old twin boys from Elcho Island, were hunting with their family and got lost for 3 days and nights.

 

“Yolgnu Guya Djamamirr”

Director                 Mr Garawirrtja

Duration               06:00”

Synopis :                Since uploading the Chooky Dancers performance of Zorba the Greek Yolgnu style, to Youtube. It has become an overnight sensation. This is the story behind the dance.

 

“One Man One Tree”

Director                 Jedda Purantatameri

Duration               06:15”

Synopis :                There is one tall Tamarind tree in the centre of the township of Pirlangimpi, on the Tiwi Islands. There is only one man left to tell its story. 90 year old Mr Purantatameri, Elder and Master of Ceremony, is the last living link this community has to it’s centries long history of trading goods, culture and even love with the seafaring Macassans.

Credit Roll:
DIRECTOR:
JEDDA PURUNTATAMERI

PRODUCER:
PENNY SMALLACOMBE

EDITOR:
DENA CURTIS

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY:
NICOLA DALEY

SOUND RECORDIST:
IAN REDFEARN

COMMUNITY ASSISTANT:
MALCOLM WILSON

ACTORS/INTERVIEWEES:
MR J WONAEAMIRRI,
PURUNTATAMERI,
BRAYDON PURUNTATAMERI

PRODUCTION ACCOUNTANT:
ROBYN REGATTIERI

PRODUCER MENTOR:
PAULINE CLAGUE

PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS:
TESSA ROSE,
AMEINA JANE BRUNKER

SUBTITLES:
JEDDA PURUNTATAMERI,
BUN TEO

TITLES:
ALEJANDRO REYES

GRADE:
ANNELIE CHAPPLE,
THE LAB

SOUND DESIGNER:
NIGEL CHRISTENSEN,
TALISMAN FILMS

DIALOGUE EDITOR:
GEORGE TURNURE

SOUND ATMOS:
SOPHIE GLEITZMAN

COMPOSER:
CHRISTOPHER O’YOUNG

INSURANCE:
FIUA

TEABBA TRAINING:
COLIN RICHARDS,
WILL TINAPPLE

Special Thanks

MANNY RIOLI, PIRLANGIMPI COUNCIL, PIRLANGIMPI COMMUNITY,
PATRICK PURUNTATAMERI, TIWI LAND COUNCIL, CARLA HICKS,
MUNUPI TRADITIONAL OWNERS, JULIE LATUAHINO,
CALISTUS BABU, COLUMBERE TIPUNGWUTI,

ELLA GEIA, KELLY BAYLIS, DON BAYLIS, KYLE DOEVENDANS,
ERICA GLYNN, GILLIAN MOODY, SALLY RILEY, TRISHA MORETON-THOMAS
PRUE FLECTHER , KIRA TAPPS, JOANNA NEWCASTLE, ROB KABEL,
DAVID JOWSEY, BILL FLECTHER, QUITO WASHINGTON,
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING,
MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY NORTHERN TERRITORY,
INTERRETING AND TRANSLATING SERVICE NT,
PAULINE CLAGUE
AND TEABBA STAFF AND BOARD

Shot on location in Pirlangimpi, Tiwi Islands NT Australia

Developed with Assistance from NITV

Developed and produced with the assistance of
The Northern Territory Film Office
Director NTFO, Penny McDonald

Developed and Produced in Association with the Indigenous Branch
of the Australian Film Commission

Developed and Produced in Association with
Indigenous Programs Unit, ABC TV

Commissioning Editors, Susan Morlan Coombs & Trevor Graham

© 2008 Top End Aboriginal Bush Broadcasting Association

 

Yarning Up (series 2)

“Boss”

Director                 Revonna Urban

Duration               05:00”

Synopis :                Victor Hood shares memories of moments in time that have worked to make him who he is now. The Boss of his Country”

 

“Nundhirribal’s Dream”

Director                 Ella Geia

Duration               06:00”

Synopis :                Nhudhirribalais not a dreamer, the mental image he has during sleep are interpreted in song and dance, to add to an already rich culture.

This story of a dream, that becomes reality and changed the course of one man’s personal and cultural life.

 

“10 Wives”

Director                 Malcolm Wilson

Duration               06:00”

Synopis :                Muluwurri is a man with ten wives. He discovers that five brothers are making love to them, they’ve broken the law, so he gets his revenge.

 

“Barngngrnn Marrangu Story”

Director                 Queenie Brennan

Duration               05:00”

Synopis :                In the early 60’s a mother and father escaped from the reserve with their children through Jawyon land.

 

Yarning Up (series 3)

“The Tiwi & The Dutch”

Director                 Malcolm Wilson

Duration               07:35”

Synopis :                In the early 1700’s, when the Dutch arrived on the shores of the Tiwi Islands, in Northern Australia, it was the Tiwi peoples first encounter with white men. The Tiwi gathered, waiting with spears. After initial conflict, peace was made, and Dutch remember this encounter.

 

“Murtankala”

Director                 Tiffany Paarker

Duration               07:58”

Synopis :                This is the creation story of the Tiwi Islands. A story passed down from generation to generation following an old women, and her three children. Murtankala gave birth to the Tiwi Islands and its people and the tragic tale of her son Purukupali would bring the end to all Tiwi life.

 

“The Bombing of Darwin”

Director                 Jedda Purantatameri

Duration               07:13”

Synopis :                Mr Purantatameri witnessed events of World War II from the Tiwi Islands, in Northern Australia. People on the Tiwi Islands saw Japanese planes overhead and they tried to send a warning to Darwin. Shortly after, Darwin was bombed. The Tiwi tell this history in dance and song.