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In the near future, a species from ancient mythology known as the Hairypeople live amongst humans and battle for survival in a world that wants to silence, exploit and destroy them. When a series of violent, unexplained murders terrifies the city, the blame is pointed firmly in the direction of the Hairypeople. Can Koen, a man bestowed with a powerful gift and destined to become the Cleverman, learn to harness his power before everything around him crumbles?
A series of powerful, moving, funny, and bittersweet stories that explore contemporary inner city Indigenous life. They centre on a diverse group of individuals - exploring their strengths, flaws and resilience - and tell how their lives are changed by a moment's decision, an accident or a seemingly insignificant incident
Producer: Keith Salvat
These animated films are based on Australian Aboriginal storytelling (oral histories) that have been maintained as a body of knowledge for over 40,000 years. There are 6 parts to the complete series, and each looks at unique indigenous stories, beautifully animated by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.
Directed by Beck Cole and Tony Thorne
Publication date: 2017
Little J, he’s five and Big Cuz, she’s nine. They’re a couple of Indigenous Australian kids living with their Nanna and Old Dog. Little J and Big Cuz are busy with the ups and downs of playground and classroom. There’s always something surprising going on whether it’s at school, in the backyard...or beyond. The gaps in Nanna’s ramshackle fence lead to Saltwater, Desert and Freshwater Country. With the help of Nanna and their teacher Ms Chen, Little J and Big Cuz are finding out all about culture, community and country.
Directed by Beck Cole, Lynn-Maree Danzey and Nicholas Verso
Publication date: 2018
Fuzzy Mac just wants to be an ordinary teenager and have fun with her mates - but when the Ancestors have other plans and you keep seeing spirits, that's not so easy.
"Six-part series 8MMM Aboriginal Radio is a comedy about giving Aboriginal people a voice in a country with no ears and how, when all else fails, which it usually does, it's good to have a laugh. At the arse-end of the world, in the middle of nowhere, is Alice Springs - home to 8MMM
Directed by Charmaine Ingram
A series of 4 x 10 min short films that follow the day to day lives of four Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island transgender men and women, and how they changed perceptions of themselves and those closest to them