This unique image is the poster from our succesful national theatre release of NINGLA-ANA the Aboriginal tent embassy feature documantary. It is an iconic picture taken by photographer Noel Hazard who had driven the four boys down to Canberra on the night of January 26th 1972. Noel is one fo the unsung heroes of Australian dissent. He was the staff photographger for the Communist Party of Ajustralia's Sydney newspaper TRIBUNE. He covered every protest, Union meeting, demo, theatre production at New Theatre for more than 40 years. His unique archive of phbotographs are held in the State Library of NSW.
The image was taken just minutes after the beach umbrella had been plunged into the lawn opposite Parliament House and marked the beginniing of what became the most high profile and effectively protest in the struggle for social justive by First Nations Australian
The poster is printed on heavy high quality paper and is standard poster size 700 x 1000mm.