A heart-breaking, award-winning film written and presented by Richard Frankland, which tells the story of Malcolm Smith, an Aboriginal man who died while in custody in 1982.
Alison Page is one of a handful of Indigenous Interior designers in this country who has designed Aboriginal culturally appropriate housing. We also have a look at her other achievements including her jewellery collection.
Seventy years after the controversial murder trial of the great Yolngu leader Dhakiyarr Wirrpanda and his subsequent disappearance, his family is still searching for answers. Dhakiyarr's body has still not been found and laid to rest. His descendants know that justice was not served and want to restore what was denied to him; his honour.
In keeping with the 2011 NAIDOC week themes of celebrating achievements of Indigenous peoples and taking control of change and the future, SBS presents a powerful documentary about one family's journey to heal their past. Struggling to realise the circumstances surrounding the death of their uncle in South Australia 50 years ago, Nin's Brother follows the journey to bring him home to be buried with his mother and brother in NSW.
An intimate portrait of Aboriginal actor, writer and director Wayne Blair following his childhood dreams of sports stardom in Rockhampton to his unplanned rise and success in the Australian arts scene.
Follows the journey of acclaimed Pitjantjatjara actor, Trevor Jamieson, as he returns to his traditional country to perform his hit stage show - Ngapartji Ngapartji - to an all-Indigenous audience, in the remote Aboriginal community of Ernabella, South Australia.
The Numurindi people of south-east Arnhemland in the Northern Territory's Gulf of Carpentaria developed a culture where all things, past and present including the weather are interrelated. This relationship extends to previous generations, together with the animal and plant kingdom. Five Seasons explores this intricate relationship through the eyes of the Numurindi people.
A collective of contemporary artists who set up in Brisbane in 2004 to give urban based Aboriginal artists a voice, are at the forefront of contemporary art in Australia. These seven individuals have exhibited in museums and galleries around the world.
In the desert country of the central Northern Territory there is a surprising strip of green where an underground spring feeds a waterhole. Murray Cod can be found swimming in these creeks. But this story is of a fabulous creature, Kulanada, the rainbow serpent of the Dreaming, and how he presented himself to the first white men when they arrived.
Celebrates the life and legacy of distinguished Western Arnhem Land artist and senior ceremony man, the late Wamud Namok AO. Not only does he have an amazing body of art work, he also contributed much to Western understanding of his country, traditions, language, art and the ecology of his land.
With the 'Pemulwuy' housing development becoming a reality, what does it hold for the future of 'The Block' and the Aboriginal community?
Message Stick's intrepid I.T. guru, Majhid Heath visits the beautiful Thursday Island for the 12th National Remote Indigenous Media Festival and the Torres Strait Island Media Association's 25th Anniversary.
Journey through Alyawarr Country with eight ladies as they hunt echidna and gather bush tucker.
Wanja, Aunty Barb's blue heeler dog was an integral part of the community, known to all for her ability to sniff out the police in uniform and undercover. She was 'the Block's guardian angel'.
Jeffrey Samuels is an evocative artist, charismatic and complex, his contribution to the Australian art scene spans over 30 years.
Lots to talk about today, including should our kids only be fostered out to Indigenous carers; humbugging and it's impact on our community; and who are the deadliest leaders in our communities the men or the women.
A feature-length musical documentary film that follows the award-winning Black Arm Band, a gathering of some of Australia's finest Indigenous musicians, as they take to the road with their songs of resistance and freedom.
Red Dust Healing applies simple yet effective techniques that equip participants with 'tools' to build a better future as leaders for their families and communities.
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