Sons of Namatjira

Australia, 1975

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Keith Namatjira and his relatives paint in the style of his father, Albert and live in an artist’s camp set up by his father on the outskirts of Alice Springs. Highlights problems which the Namatjiras and Aborigines in general have to confront in their relationship with the world outside the community.

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