The powerful songs of Archie Roach (1956–2022) tell his story of heartbreaking loss, love and healing through music.
Archie Roach and Ruby Hunter were partners in life and music for more than 35 years before Ruby's death in 2010.
A letter of congratulations from the Senate President, Parliament House to the producers of Rabbit-Proof Fence for winning three Australian Film Institute (AFI) Awards.
Aunty Shirley Lomas, a descendant of the Gamilaroi and Waka Waka Aboriginal nations, talks with Chrstine Olsen, screenwriter and producer of Rabbit-Proof Fence.
Mr Neville (Kenneth Branagh) tells the police inspector (Roy Billing) that the three escaped girls must be following the rabbit-proof fence north, to their home.
This clip is an excerpt from the documentary film about the Stolen Generations, Land of the Little Kings (2000).
This is a Japan TV NHK9 news story featuring Archie Roach in concert in Brisbane, circa 1995, on stage with Ruby and his band and a group of Indigenous dancers.
Archie Roach talks about 'Took the Children Away' during a live concert performance. He explains why he wrote the song and how music has the power to heal.
This is an excerpt from an interview on The Chocolate Martini where Archie talks people connecting with his music.
Archie Roach talks about music as being part of his healing. Archie is a member of the Stolen Generations and was forcibly separated from his family when he was just two years old.