Fiji - legacies of empire

Australia, 1983

Film
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Episode of Series “The Human face of the Pacific”.
This series looks at the Pacific islands, the traditions associated with them and issues that pose problems to them. This particular film examines the different aspects of life in Fiji. It notes the opinions of a patriarch of the hard-working Indian population and explores the co-existence of Hindus and Moslems who own less than a fifth of the land. Camera by Dennis O’Rourke and Joe Pickering.

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Credits

co-director

Philip Robertson

Dennis O'Rourke

production company

Cinema Enterprises

Film Australia

Duration

00:27:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1983

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Group of items

The Human face of the Pacific

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