Overnight fame was not much more than a dream with the chaotic and unstable life that Beni had led, until early 2016, when he became the first Indigenous person to win West Australian Music's award.
Auntie Venita reminisces about her proud father, Uncle Ceril Fisher (Matey, Grumpy). Uncle Ceril was born and breed in Cherbourg and was well known and respected in his community in the early days.
Harry is a Wiradjuri and Yorta Yorta man born in 1951, who was brought up by his uncle and aunt after his mother fell ill. Brought up in Sydney, he took to playing soccer and getting educated.
Jacob Boehme shares his story of his theatre show Blood on the Dance Floor and living with HIV/AIDS.
Viviana Petyarre travels with her father, Christopher Kngwarreye, in search of the cave of their ancestors, two decades after their first visit.
A story about us, our language, our faith and our culture. In small communities across north-east Arnhem Land there's a team of learned Yolngu working tirelessly over generations to keep culture strong.
John Boxer recorded his story of Constable McLeay, in Bardi in 1970 and this archival recording is used as the basis for a subtitled animation of the story.
Geoffrey Guest, known as The Old Man, ran the very successful Petford Training Farm in far north Queensland in the '80s and '90s. It was a place troubled Aboriginal teens could turn to.
This film documents Kaurna, Ngarrindjeri and Mirning woman Katherine Brodie, as she shares memories and cultural knowledge through four generations of women in the Brodie family of Port Adelaide.
'Nanna' Joyce Smith is the oldest living Elder of the Butchulla tribe from Hervey Bay / Fraser Coast and K'gari Fraser Island in QLD. We share her story of her life and her family.
In the Torres Strait Islands like in many Aboriginal Communities in Australia Language is vital to maintaining culture. The two main languages are Kala Lagaw Ya and Meriam Mer (Eastern).
Part survival tool, part spiritual being, the Bagu with Jiman was traditionally used to make fire. Today it has been transformed into an iconic art form by Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre.
Lillian Bowen is passionate about passing down her Guugu Yimidhirr language to the next generation of kids from Hope Vale in Cape York Peninsula.
Family and country is everything to Veronica McKeon. The proud Nyul Nyul woman speaks of her love of country and the importance of handing down knowledge to the younger generation.
Elijah Douglas, a young Gangalidda man from Doomadgee, wants to locate the crash site of a WWII bomber and teach the Aeroplane Dance to a group of youngsters.
Seventy-year-old Rosie Mulligan, a Nyikina woman from the Fitzroy River country, is a well renowned artist. More importantly, she is the holder and carrier of many of the Nyikina people's songlines.
Warlpiri man Teddy Jangala Egan is posthumously awarded the NT Police Valour Medal - the highest award any member of the force can receive tracking and apprehending escaped killer, Bily Ben.
Over one hundred years ago the first camels were introduced into Australia. This is the story of how they radically changed the landscape and how the Camel Company manages the excessive population.
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