The MacDougall Tapes
Renowned Australian Documentary Filmmakers David and Judith MacDougall

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The Conversation with David MacDougall
These extended conversations with David and Judith MacDougall represent an invaluable archival record and convey a wealth of ideas and information relating to their experiences as a highly influential ethnographic…
The Conversation with Judith MacDougall
These extended conversations with David and Judith MacDougall represent an invaluable archival record and convey a wealth of ideas and information relating to their experiences as a highly influential ethnographic…

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