ARTICLE REFLECTION 2
Inthis article, Davis seeks to provide response to the fill, TenCanoes,as a means beyond celebrating cultural differences and past thecritiques who disparage the film as being only a representation ofthe Yolngu culture. The author takes us through a series of dialogueson world views about the aspects of the film on issues ofcross-cultural collaboration. Ten Canoes is viewed as beingself-represented as it promotes respect for difference and diversitywhile acknowledging the tradition and continuity of the Yolngupeople.
Thearticle draws evidence from the Making Ten Canoes documentary amongother sources the author provides a description of issues relatingto intercultural fusion and collaboration. It is learnt that storiescan be used to address unique cultural requirements in cinema unlikebefore. The film plays an imperative purpose of an opportunity forcultural renewal in undertaking old practices that have not beengiven attention. The author uses dialogue premise to understanddifferent worldviews on the issues.
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