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Firestarter — the Story of Bangarra is a film of national and personal tragedies, with light in the dark

By Brooke Collins-Gearing, Senior Lecturer, University of Newcastle
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Review: Firestarter – the Story of Bangarra, directed by Wayne Blair and Nel Minchin

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains names and images of deceased people.

Watching Firestarter is like being immersed in a Knowledge Story. A story that contains deep, secret knowledge at its heart, while sharing an outside, public version. If I had to sum up the outside layer of this story, I would say it is one about energy transformation.


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