Highlands Trilogy: First Contact / Joe Leahy's Neighbours / Black Harvest

Gathered together for the first time, three stunning, critically acclaimed documentaries set in Papua New Guinea from filmmakers Bob Connolly and Robin Anderson. 'First Contact' is the compelling story of the first meeting between so-called civilisation in the form of prospectors the Leahy brothers, and the peoples of the New Guinea Highlands. Two follow-ups were made 'Joe Leahy's Neighbours' in 1989 and 'Black Harvest' in 1992. All three won the coveted Grand Prix at France's prestigious Festival Cinema du Reel.

Year: 1992
Genre: Documentaries, Australian Film, Natural History Docos, General Docos
Country: Australia
Director: Bob Connolly, Robin Anderson
Duration: 350 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains offensive language.
Location in store: Documentary (General)



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