NITV will be bringing an exciting schedule of programming to the screens to coincide with NAIDOC week.
Twelve Torres Strait Islander people have received a huge opportunity to write, cast and direct their own short films.
Nancia Guivarra talks with renowned Aboriginal director, writer, and actor, Wayne Blair, about what inspired him to get into the creative field as well as the shows he’s working on.
June is going to be a monumental month for Marlene Cummins. It sees both the release of the Rachel Perkins’ directed documentary Black Panther Woman, and her debut album.
Hopefully, the award will give Leah the opportunity to keep telling stories from an Indigenous perspective.
The 61st Sydney Film Festival kicked off on Wednesday, presenting over 180 films and welcoming over 100 filmmaker guests.
Before Deb Mailman was a star in the hit movie ‘The Sapphires’ she was Kelly Lewis in the immensely popular Australian drama ‘The Secret Life of Us’.
A tale of love, kidnapping, sorcery, mayhem and revenge gone wrong
A new partnership will provide Indigenous Western Australian filmmakers an opportunity to showcase extraordinary stories on national television
From Alice Springs to Sydney Harbour by way of Blackout and Bachelor of the Year, Aaron Pedersen’s life thus far has been one adventure after the other
An interview from 2005 with the hilarious, quirky and talented Luke Carroll
The Love Child actor is cementing a solid reputation for quality
15.01.07 – In this special Deadly Sounds interview we talk to actor, singer, dancer, musician and producer Trevor Jamieson
Dubbo film-buffs will be able to watch the latest and greatest in world cinema when the Travelling Film Festival hits Reading Cinemas
As a child Michael Tuahine loved to show off. Now the award-winning performer and son-to-be NIDA graduate is proving that showing off pays off. Deadly Vibe meets a showstopper in the making
The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia will host the Australian launch season of ‘Utopia’
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