The Isabellas - The Long March

Title

The Isabellas - The Long March

Subject

Refugee, Politics, Asia Pacific, Mandatory Detention

Description

One New Years Eve 1991, 56 Chinese refugees landed in a wooden boat, code-named Isabella, on the shores of far north western Australia. After week in the desert all survived but were soon placed in detention at Port Hedland

Source

ALJ 94-95
http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/31770248
http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/14624517

Rights

AFI Distribution

Format

Documentary

Date Issued

1995

Rights Holder

c1995 Singing Nomads Productions and FFC

Duration

54 mins

Director

Sally Ingleton

Writer

Sally Ingleton

Producer

P:Sally Ingleton, AP: Denise Patience, EP: Geoff Barnes

Contributor

SBS TV, Film Victoria, FFC, Singing Nomads Productions

Date Commissioned

1994-1995

Accord

Accord

SBS TV Broadcast Date

7/02/95

SBS TV Slot

Cutting Edge

Comments

Budget: $190000/ SBSi $43700. Storyteller: Chen Xing Liang (Mr Lucky)

Files

Citation

“The Isabellas - The Long March,” SBSi Commissioned Content, accessed September 20, 2017, http://sbsi.digitalfabulists.org/document/3439.