A journalist returns to his hometown to revive the memory of the civil rights movement. Two mathematicians reveal the nuanced and advanced mathematics that underpin kinship systems. And a filmmaker puts our justice system on trial.
Documentary Australia Foundation is proud to present Indigenous Voices in Documentary, a vibrant showcase of upcoming documentary films made by Indigenous creatives.
This special panel event brings together Allan Clarke (The Bowraville Murders, From Bourke with Love), Tamara Whyte (2020 Centralised DAF Fellowship Winner) and Dean Gibson (Wik vs Queensland) as we discuss these upcoming projects and the importance of bringing these stories to life. This special panel will be moderated by Jazz Money (Winner of the 2020 David Unaipon Award).
When: Thursday 25 March 2021, 12.30-1.30pm
Where: Online – register via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/indigenous-voices-in-documentary-tickets-143017195281
• Allan Clarke (The Bowraville Murders, From Bourke With Love) is a Muruwari man and an award-winning investigative journalist, producer and presenter.
• Dean Gibson (Incarceration Nation) is an Aboriginal man and the writer and director of Wik vs Queensland, which world-premiered at the 2018 Sydney International Film Festival.
• Tamara Whyte (Kin) is a descendant of the Girrigun-Warrgamay peoples of coastal far north Queensland, living and working in North East Arnhem Land, NT. She is the inaugural recipient of the DAF Indigenous Fellowship.
• Jazz Money is a Wiradjuri poet, filmmaker and educator who works closely with First Nations communities and artists to tell stories and create digital projects.