NITV, SBS and Reconciliation Australia partner to launch the Reconciliation Film Club

NITV, SBS and Reconciliation Australia have launched the Reconciliation Film Club, an online platform that supports organisations in hosting screenings of Indigenous documentaries from Australia’s leading Indigenous filmmakers. Organisations are encouraged to host a screening to bring staff together to develop a deeper understanding of Indigenous people’s perspectives and histories, ignite conversation and spark change.[…]

imagineNATIVE Film + Media Festival

The 18th Annual imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival ran October 18-22, 2017 in Toronto, Canada. It presented over 100 feature films, documentaries, shorts, and music videos created by Indigenous filmmakers with almost three quarters of the films (72%) made by Indigenous female directors. The feeling was particularly positive towards the rising output of Sami[…]

WINDA

Bringing Indigenous voices from all over the globe to the silver screens of Sydney, WINDA Film Festival, returns for its second year, from Thursday 23 – Sunday 26 November 2017 at Event Cinema George Street, Sydney. The Festival kicks off with the Venice Special Jury Prize winner Sweet Country, from acclaimed Australian director Warwick Thornton. Earning[…]

Screen Forever Wrap Up

Established 32 years ago, and held last week in Melbourne SCREEN FOREVER delivered one of the largest congregations in the Southern Hemisphere of content creators, producers and screen industry practitioners who sought insight, inspiration, networking and professional development opportunities. SCREEN FOREVER is the destination on the industry’s calendar with an established reputation among speakers, delegates[…]

Media RING Screen Forever Breakfast Wrap Up

Following on from the success of the Media RING Screen Forever Breakfast in 2016, featuring Deborah Cheetham, Yorta Yorta woman and internationally acclaimed opera singer who spoke of the important role the media plays in sharing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories, this year we invited Adam Briggs, acclaimed rapper, record label owner, comedy writer[…]

LIVING CULTURE: First Nations Arts Participation and Wellbeing

Living Culture presents arts and culture data from the ABS’s National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey (NATSISS) about Indigenous Australians’ engagement with First Nations arts, festivals, languages and broadcasting, and attendance at arts and cultural venues and events. The data can be explored through interactive dashboards, or downloaded in detailed tables with breakdowns by a range of[…]