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Keeping the Faith | Music

Naina Sen travelled to the most remote parts of Australia for her documentary on an aboriginal choir.

In 2001, Naina Sen moved from Delhi to Melbourne to study filmmaking. She was instantly drawn to one of the oldest living cultures in the world-Australia's aboriginal people. "As a storyteller and filmmaker, how could you not want to know more?" she asks. "I feel a deep acknowledgement and understanding

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