Dirt cheap

Australia, 1980

Film
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This film pays particular attention to uranium mining and the events and controversy surrounding the signing of the Ranger Mining Agreement - an agreement negotiated to permit a large scale, open-cut uranium mining operation at Jabiru, N.T. Whilst focusing on this event, the film explores all the issues involved in the mining of uranium in Australia.

Credits

director

David Hay

co-producer

David Hay

Ned Lander

Marg Clancy

Language

English

Duration

01:37:00:00

Colour

Colour

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