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The Point: You Are Here Interviews

Erica Glynn is Here
Episode 2 NITV July 30, 2017

Karla Grant sits down with award-winning director Erica Glynn to discuss her documentary film In My Own Words and why she made a film that follows adult Indigenous Australians learning to read and write for the first time. Glynn also reveals the challenges involved in telling an often heartfelt and meticulous story and her drive to keep it as real and uplifting as possible.

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