NITV’s flagship news and current affairs program The Point returns

Join new hosts – social commentator John Paul Janke and dynamic investigative journalist Rachael Hocking – for the weekly issues-based panel show that provides a fresh perspective on news and current affairs. Each week they will be joined by key commentators to wrestle with the stories and issues impacting First Australians. Thursdays 8.30pm on NITV (Channel[…]

Healing Foundation have three positions available!!

The Healing Foundation is a national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisation that partners with communities to address the ongoing trauma caused by actions like the forced removal of children from their families. Our work helps people create a different future. All three positions would sit within the Strategic and Public Communications team and all[…]

Member Connect Event: Indigenous Employment Workshop

Friday, 2 March | 12.30pm – 2.30pm  SBS, 14 Herbert St, Artarmon NSW 2064 The Media RING has committed to working better together to create pathways for Indigenous people to enter the media industry and grow successful and sustainable careers within it. You are invited to a bespoke Member Connect Event designed from your feedback to focus on employment[…]

Screen Queensland welcomes Douglas Watkin – VP, Content (Indigenous Stories & Talent)

Douglas Watkin is SQ’s new VP, Content (Indigenous Stories & Talent).  Based in Brisbane, Douglas was born in Cairns, Far North Queensland. His broadcasting and filmmaking career began in television doing small news reports and producing various corporate videos, and has progressed to feature films, broadcast series and multimedia works for a range of clients and audiences. Douglas has been actively working in the film and television industry for over 20 years, including producing and directing multiple series for ABC and NITV. […]

Grace Beside Me

Fuzzy Mac’s life is turned upside down when she discovers she can communicate with spirits on her 13th birthday! It’s hard enough navigating the highs and lows of becoming a teenager while living with your eccentric Nan and Pop. Throw in a host of needy spirits, mischievous totems and spooky ancestors, and you have a recipe for a whole lot of trouble! […]

Sweet Success for Sweet Country

Having been awarded the Special Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival in September and just one week later taking home the Platform award at the Toronto International Film Festival, Warwick Thornton’s Sweet Country gold rush continues with a further nine festival appearances ahead of its 25 January 2018 Australian cinema release.