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Photographer:Eugenie Dumont | The police sees film maker Eugenie Dumont as a terrorist and arrests her. Photographer:Eugenie Dumont | Protests against the world's largest gas plant which was to be built on Aboriginal land in Australia. Photographer:Eugenie Dumont | United as one tribe, Aboriginees and Australians of European descent fight against the plant. Photographer:Eugenie Dumont | A land untouched by human. Photographer:Eugenie Dumont | The Goolarabooloo have lived on and protected the land over millenia.

Film: Heritage Fight

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The French movie director speaks about the making of her documentary Heritage Fight. It tells the story of the Australian Aboriginal tribe Goolarabooloo who fought against a company that intended to build the world’s largest gas plant on the land they have been living on and protecting over millenia. Through a tight knit community culture and the practice of dreaming as a collective the Goolarabooloo managed to defend their holy land against corporate interest and destruction. Heritage Fight will be screened on Saturday, January 28 at 5 pm at Cinema Paradiso. Eugenie Dumont, the French director of the movie, will be at the screening for a discussion afterwards.
The event was organized by the French Pavilion.

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The police sees film maker Eugenie Dumont as a terrorist and arrests her.
Protests against the world's largest gas plant which was to be built on Aboriginal land in Australia.
United as one tribe, Aboriginees and Australians of European descent fight against the plant.
A land untouched by human.
The Goolarabooloo have lived on and protected the land over millenia.

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