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A tribute to a richly talented Australian filmmaker passionate about the Indonesian archipelago

Table of Contents

Part I

In John’s Own Words: Lempad of Bali   

A Note on Lempad of Bali

Sara Darling


Foreword to Lempad of Bali

Chris Hill


Lempad of Bali: A Memoir of a Master Artist and the Making of a Film

John Darling


Part II 

Behind the Lens: The filmmaker and his films

Introduction

Graeme MacRae


Encountering Bali, and Other Indonesian Societies, Through Filmmaking

David Hanan


Lempad of Bali and the Translation of Aesthetics Across Cultures

E. Douglas Lewis


Making The Healing of Bali

Sara Darling with Thomas Reuter


Going Below the Wind with John Darling

Duncan Graham


Johnny Darling at Murdoch

Toby Miller


Bleaching Australia

Graeme MacRae


Filmography and Other Works


Part III 

Indonesia: A True Home

John Darling and I Gusti Made Sumung

Bruce W. Carpenter


Part IV 

John Darling: A Life in Memories

Three Funerals

Graeme MacRae


John Darling’s Early Life

Peronelle Windeyer


John Darling, Old Ubudian

Diana Darling


My Favourite Redhead

Made Wijaya


My Friend John Darling

Rio Helmi


A Tribute to John

Tjokorda Gde Mahatma Putra Kerthyasa


Belonging and Grace

James Darling


A Eulogy for John Darling

Ace Bourke


A Reflection

Peter Gebhart


Part V

The artist: Poety and Paintings

Introduction

Graeme MacRae


Notes from a Ricefield: Poems by John Darling, 1971–77

John Darling


Contributors

The Works of John Darling

About the Author

Graeme MacRae is an anthropologist who works at Massey University, Auckland. He has been researching in Indonesia, mainly Bali, since the early 1990s. His connection with John was originally through the same neighbourhood, family and mentor that John had lived with two decades earlier.


Anton Lucas is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Flinders University, South Australia. His publications include books and articles on the Indonesian revolution, and on agrarian and environmental issues. His connection with John goes back to their schooldays together and they began their research careers in Indonesia at the same time in 1970.

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