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In the 24 hours that follow she sets out to capture on tape life in the inner-city housing-commission flats she calls home. Kath Shelper Thirteen-year-old Jason is going through the changes to become a young man. Annie Benzie, Kath Shelper Two brothers face a crisis of dignity, which causes them to examine their relationship and sets them on a quest to become indeed, two big boys. Find only titles matching ALL options selected below. Deborah Mailman, Wayne Blair; d: Helen Lovelock On her way to visit relatives, Margie meets up with two old men who knew her family. Darren Dale, Helen Lovelock.

A special initiative supported the development of the first contemporary TV drama series written, directed and produced by Indigenous Australians. Kath Shelper In her search for answers, a granddaughter’s questions lead to the discovery of self and a chance to embrace the complexities of family. Sally Browning, Monica O’Brien. The works are divided into three sections – publications, music and screen productions – and then further divided into categories including documentaries, plays, features, albums etc. Jacob was co-writer of the feature length documentary Deep Water: Helen Barrow, Catherine Durr. Beck Cole Sam has recently moved to an isolated mining camp with her man.

The Exchange Initiative challenges writers to put forward story ideas with a maximum of two main characters, up to two minor characters and up to two locations. Sue Milliken, co-creator David Gulpilil A modern-day, supernatural myth about two estranged brothers who struggle to come to terms with their traditional roles and identities, and who are reconciled through the spirit of their mother.

This initiative called on emerging Indigenous filmmakers from across Australia to submit minute dramatic story ideas. Their time has come.

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Hannah embraced one opportunity after another, working in the production office on projects such as Underbelly: Will he survive the night? John Harvey A young girl named Olivia longs to know the people who came before and the stories they left, uncovering a landscape imbued with history and wonder. A standout achievement for the company was the award-winning 7 part documentary series First Australians. With every step closer, the killer delves into the mind and soul of Jess, until ultimately being faced with the choice between his ancestral heritage and the only life he has ever known.

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Flying Bark Productions Pty Ltd. The acclaimed telemovie Mabowhich Darren produced with Miranda Dear for the ABC, screened at the Sydney Film Festival in ahead of its national broadcast to commemorate the 20 th anniversary of the landmark High Court decision. Ethel’s daughter is horrified when she discovers they are not really ‘playing cards’. The series was the first Australian drama series written, directed and produced by Indigenous Australians, and was invited to participate in both the FIPA and Series Mania television festivals in Fact Finders Overview Overview.

Kath Shelper Ben’s plea for forgiveness leads to a shocking discovery. Paddy knows of the two laws — a white one and a black one. In she directed hrlen final telemovie instalment of Redfern Now: Blackfella Films has an extensive fimls of television drama, factual programming and feature films in development, with a high profile drama series scheduled for production in Anusha Duray, Kath Shelper A father and his adopted troubled teenage son take a trip to the son’s birthplace of Bourke, where they blackfellla to find the right words to say to each other before it’s too late.

Kath Shelper Frank and Vinnie are modern-day headhunters. It also profiles leading Indigenous artists to provide inspiration to users. A film about identity. They are forced to spend a night in a city hospital where they learn that maybe they are not as different as they think they are. The Indigenous Department allocates funds to initiatives designed to address specific developmental objectives.

With the vigilante taxi in hot pursuit they make their way to the beach.

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Graeme Issac Australia, Pauline Clague Based on the Archie Weller short story, Saturday Night, Sunday Lovelpck takes a shy, disenfranchised teenager in constant conflict with her single dad and places her hostage with three young men for whom actions have no consequences.

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The films toured nationally in Writer of Original Material. Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department and ABC’s Indigenous Department called on published Indigenous authors of narrative tilms to submit ideas for short film development.

The landmark multi-platform history series, broadcast on SBS Television to over 2. Priscilla Collins Roby and Shane, two brothers, are local Alice Springs boys who get on the charge every weekend.

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Her boss, Mr Chuck, is constantly on her back until Jinaali finds a voice of her own. Rachel directed all 6 episodes of Mystery Road for the ABC, which premiered in as a critical and ratings hit. A further series is in production in For more information please visit www. They wake up in a cell block and Roby can’t remember how or what happened the night before.

Australia’s history, black and white, is revealed as the storm unearths the secrets that lie beneath the surface of the land. Sonia Borella, Jamie Hilton.

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Has she missed the opportunity to discover the secrets of the past? Indigenous screen business fellowship Production companies run by Indigenous practitioners who have some track record in initiating filmd producing successful projects, and a vision for where they want their business to be in two to three years, but who are not yet at a stage where they can apply for Screen Australia Enterprise funding.

Kath Shelper Jinaali is a sweet, overweight Aboriginal checkout chick at the local supermarket. Their paths cross with another couple. Stephen Corvini, Cathy Amies. Pauline Clague Two stockmen — one white and one Aboriginal — become injured in a brumby round-up.

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