Imagem: PrtSc de Bristol.com.uk em Film made about Bristol journalist Brian Peters' death in East Timor
"The controversial death of Bristol journalist Brian Peters with four others in East Timor has been documented in a film.
The four other journalists killed in the struggle and featured in the film are Greg Shackleton, Gary Cunningham, Malcolm Rennie and Tony Stewart.
Balibo is due for release in Australian cinemas this year but may also be screened in the UK." (Bristol.com.uk)
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"[...] Às 13 (treze) horas de Timor-Leste do dia 30 de Janeiro, o Orçamento Geral do Estado do AF 2009 do IV Governo Constitucional foi finalmente aprovado pelo Plenário do Parlamento Nacional, com uma quantia total de USD$680, 873 000 (seiscentos e oitenta milhões, oitocentos e setenta e três mil dólares norte americanos). O resultado da votação final registou 40 (quarenta) votos a favor, 39 dos Deputados da AMP e um do PPT, 20 (vinte) votos contra, todos da Fretilin, e 4 (quatro) abstenções, sendo três do PUN e um da Fretilin. [...]" (Agio Pereira, Secretário de Estado do Conselho de Ministros)
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"A viatura do primeiro-ministro de Timor-Leste, Xanana Gusmão, foi hoje atacada com uma fisga junto ao Palácio do Governo em Díli." (Viatura de Xanana Gusmão atacada com fisga | Lusa)
"The first three songs (*) were recorded by Timorese refugees in Portugal in the late 1970s. The last is by Agio Pereira circa 1990:
Liu Tinan Atus Hat (*)
Bô Lele Bô (*)
Tole ô Tah (*)
I'm Still Fighting (Compositor: Agio Pereira | Melbourne, 1985)
Production Credits“Accusations of genocide fly in this disturbing and controversial British documentary by David Munro and John Pilger who had to film sequences in secret. According to them the Indonesian government has been systematically destroying the native population of East Timor, an island which they took over from the Portuguese in 1975. Since that time, one third of the population, approximately 200,000 Timorese have been slaughtered. The Timorese are not related to the Japanese. Just off shore from Timor are large underwater oil fields. The filmmakers make disturbing accusations regarding the complacency of the U.S., British, and Australian governments who purportedly knew about the killing and did nothing. Included in the film is footage of the 1991 massacre, and interviews.” (Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide | Review Summary)
Director - David Munro | Screenplay - John Pilger | Producer - David Munro | Co-Producer - Max Stahl | Associate Producer - Gill Scrine Ana DeJuan | Cinematography - Max Stahl Preston Clothier Simon Fanthorpe Bob Bolt David Munro | Editor - Joe Frost | Music - Agio Pereira | Sound - Ian Sherry Caleb Moss
Title: Death of a Nation: The Timor Conspiracy | Running Time: 96 Minutes | Status: Released | Country: United Kingdom | Genre: Documentary | Company Information: Central Independent Television - Production Company