Little J & Big Cuz (2017–current) is an animated series about two young Aboriginal cousins – 5-year-old Little J (voiced by Miranda Tapsell) and his 9-year-old cousin, Big Cuz (voiced
Until the age of 9, Rosalie Kunoth-Monks (1937–2022) lived on remote Utopia Station in the Northern Territory where she learnt the Aboriginal laws of her tribe, the Amatjere people.
Until the age of 9, Rosalie Kunoth-Monks (1937–2022) lived on remote Utopia Station in the Northern Territory where she learnt the Aboriginal laws of her tribe, the Amatjere (Anmatyerre) people.
Filmmaker Phillip Noyce was tasked with recording the 1971 Aquarius Arts Festival held at the Australian National University in Canberra.
Queen Elizabeth II officially opens the Sydney Opera House at Bennelong Point on 20 October 1973.
Tahlia Rotumah is a Minyanbal woman from Tweed Heads in NSW.
Ben Austin OAM is an Australian Aboriginal elite sportsperson with a disability.
Director Ian Dunlop talks about working with cinematographer Dean Semler on the five-part Film Australia documentary The Djungguwan of Gurka'wuy filmed in 1976, about the Djungguwan ceremo
Director Ian Dunlop points out that every Djungguwan ceremony is unique.
Hundreds of remote residents locked out of their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic prepare to return home, through a quarantine camp hosted by South Australia’s native title holders.