Dr John Milner writes about how First Nations filmmakers and stories have evolved the Western genre in Australian cinema.
The camera focuses on a pot of tea being brewed over the fire. In the background are the sounds of colonial violence.
Detective Jay Swan (Aaron Pedersen) questions a local farmer about the murder of a young First Nations woman.
Behind the scenes of the Rachel Perkins film Radiance (1998).
The NFSA has completed a full digital restoration of Rachel Perkins' acclaimed directorial debut, Radiance (1998).
Catherine (Sophie Lee) is terrified by a Mimi sculpture that has come to life in her apartment. She surveys the blood-like tracks that have appeared on the walls.
Nana’s granddaughter thinks Nana’s pretty special. She loves her Nana because she helps the old people, she’s a good painter and other people love her too. Nana’s got everyone under control.
Every night, Aboriginal radio announcer and DJ Kenny hosts the Green Bush show for Aboriginal communities.
The inmate Paddy (George Djilaynga) is given his possessions. He picks up his watch and adjusts it. It begins to work again. Paddy is told to sign the paper ‘Paddy’ and have a nice life.
It is lockdown in the jail cells. The light falls across inmate Paddy (George Djilaynga) sitting on his bed and singing begins. Paddy looks out through the jail windows searching for the source.