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Philip Gudthaykudthay

Philip Gudthaykudthay is known for his work on Ten Canoes (2006), Crocodile Dreaming (2007) and Making Canoes: May 2005 (2007). See full bio »
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Known For

Ten Canoes
Ten Canoes The Sorcerer
(2006)
Crocodile Dreaming
Crocodile Dreaming Keeper of the tribal law
(2007)
Making Canoes: May 2005
Making Canoes: May 2005 Art Department
(2007)
Making Spears: May 2005
Making Spears: May 2005 Art Department
(2007)

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 2006 Ten Canoes
The Sorcerer
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 2007 Crocodile Dreaming (Short)
Keeper of the tribal law (as Phillip 'Pussycat' Gudthaykudthay)
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 2007 Making Canoes: May 2005 (Video documentary short) (canoe maker)
 2007 Making Spears: May 2005 (Video documentary short) (props maker)
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 2007 Making Canoes: May 2005 (Video documentary short) (canoe maker)
 2007 Making Spears: May 2005 (Video documentary short) (spear maker)
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 2007 Making Canoes: May 2005 (Video documentary short)
Himself
 2007 Making Spears: May 2005 (Video documentary short)
Himself
 2007 People, Place and Ten Canoes (Video documentary short)
Himself - The Sorcerer

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Phillip 'Pussycat' Gudthaykudthay

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