Dreamtime: Stories of Aboriginal Australia
The Dreamtime is the phrase for the animist framework, symbol system, and oral history tradition of Australian Aboriginal mythology. It’s also the way Aboriginals organize their understanding of the world, its creation, and its greatest stories. The Dreamtime also encompasses the belief that Reality is actually a dream we are all dreaming.
Dust Echoes is a series of twelve beautifully animated Dreamtime stories from Central Arnhem Land, telling stories of love, loyalty, duty to country and aboriginal custom and law.
Tom E Lewis: ” Dust Echoes is one way that we are bringing everyone back to the same campfire – black and white. We are telling our stories to you in a way you can understand, to help you see, hear and know. And we are telling these stories to ourselves, so that we will always remember, with pride, who we are. “
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