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The film centres on a workshop, where Utopia women are creating batiks. The artworks depict a range of bush medicine plants, and throughout the film the women talk about the meaning of these plants in their lives. Several scenes show the women on country, collecting and using plants, and talking about them. The women sing awely "traditional women's songs' to express the deeper significance of the plants within their culture.
Eastern Anmatyerr, Alyawarr
A team: Lena Pwerl, Mary Morton, Katie Morton and Rosie Ngwarray were the key people from Utopia, linguist Jenny Green facilitated the language recording and translation process, Margaret Carew, Gail Woods and Jenny Taylor (BIITE) facilitated the producti
Utopia Bush Medicine Project Team