Compass - Sikhing Woopi

The Sikhs are a peace loving people whose religion also recommends studying self-defence and keeping fit so that they might be prepared to fight injustice if necessary. Every year Australia’s Sikh community holds its own mini-Olympics. Teams from Australia and overseas converge for three days of sport (including turban tying and kabaddi – Sikh team wrestling) dancing, singing and eating.
In 2009 the Sikh Games are in the northern NSW seaside town of Woolgoolga – ‘Woopi’ to the locals. Compass follows a local family through the big event for an intimate portrait of contemporary Sikh faith and culture.

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Production Year: 
2009
Duration: 
31mins
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Standard $88
Schools $66
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