ABOUT THE DVD WITH EDUCATIONAL LICENSE:
Each DVD with Educational License has a limited public performance site license, which allows the purchasing organization to use the film in its classroom for educational purposes only. The screening of the film cannot be advertised to the public and can only be attended by members or students of the purchasing organization.
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ABOUT THE FILM:
In the remote Northwestern Territory of Australia, the Galpu clan, an Aboriginal family led by famed didjeridu craftsman and player, Djalu Gurruwiwi, struggles to maintain their ancestral traditions at the face of modern societal, economical, and environmental pressures. When Djalu’s son displays limited interest in the clan’s legacy and the effects of nearby billion dollar Rio Tinto bauxite mine begin to take its toll, he and the clan elders must devise a strategy to overcome their limited infrastructure and resources, lack of education for the next generation, and the increasing cost of living in order to preserve their cultural identity, while staying connected to the modern world.
Narrated by Emmy® award winner and Academy Award® nominated actor & activist, James Cromwell, IN BETWEEN SONGS captures the global imperative to preserve a priceless culture and its musical legacy.