A 9-minute documentary featuring Paul Joseph looking back 40 years and summarizing the legacy of the Aquarius Festival.
This film project was created by independent filmmakers Mike New (producer/direcor) and Amon Woulfe (producer/editor) for the ABC.
Mike and Amon made this film without a budget to air on the ABC the weekend of May 23/24, 2013, as part of the ABC's mentoring program.
The message is surprisingly powerful and comprehensive for such a short piece.....
Special thanks to PAUL JOSEPH
Made with the assistance of ABC Open North Coast Producer: CATHERINE MARCINIAK
Produced, Written and Directed: MIKE NEW
Editing, Production and Sound: AMON WOULFE
"GTK Nimbin Co-operative" "GTK Tribal Living" Courtesy of AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION
"Softly Bruised Sunshine" courtesy of BRENDON STRETCH
"Nimbin Good Times" Courtesy of BRUCE DICKSON
"Brisbane Protest march" Courtesy of PETER GRAY
"Corroboree footage" Courtesy of ADAM COLLET and THE BUNDJALUNG
"Terania Creek Protests 1979" Courtesy of DAVID KEMP
"Aquarius Festival 1973" Courtesy of HARRY SMITH and PAUL WHITE
"Tuntable Falls Community" By various photographers From the archives of Megan James
"Vietnam Protests" Courtesy of CREATIVE COMMONS
"Angel" "May the long time sun" PAUL JOSEPH
"Little Freakies" from the archives of PETER GRAY
"Nimbin Studio Tape" from the archives of PETER GRAY
The original custodians of this sacred land -- the Bundjalung Graeme Dunstan, Johnny Allen, Catie Cawcutt, Robin Francis, Harsha Prabhu, Graham Irvine, Dr Rob Garbutt, Kulchajam.org, ByronMovement.com, Sofie Bakker, Stewart Ford, Paula Glenn-BlandCopyright 2013 Mike New and Amon Woulfe