In its ninth year, the Smartfone FlickFest, and their embrace of accessible smart phone shot films, continues to offer opportunities for indigenous filmmakers of all ages to tell their stories.
A cinematic celebration of Indigenous identity is set to be showcased at CinefestOz Broome – First Nations Film Festival, to be held on the lands of the Yawuru people.
The Robbie Hood filmmaker gets behind the wheel on new 8 part series for Stan.
Whichever side of the fence you sit on, and particularly if you’re still undecided, then this documentary about Darwin locals, Tiwi man Jaxon de Santis and Warlpiri/Jawoyn man Justin Grant, is a film that you need to see.
Originally released in 1987, the documentary tells the little-known story – in their own words – of Indigenous workers who went on strike in 1946, protesting against exploitation at the hands of white pastoralists, government agents, and legislators in Western Australia.
Following its screening at the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival, Matt Deavin’s beautifully made short documentary – about Ltyentye Apurte-born artist David Wallace and the health-related challenges that he faces – makes its online premiere.
… an affecting experience that is hard to forget.
The documentary gives us a blueprint for ‘Telling Our Own Stories’
… moments of grace …
We caught up with the popular actor at Screen Forever, where he was a leading speaker on Celebrating First Nations Storytelling.