Black Talk 2002
Wayne Blair fits a lot into 12 minutes of drama, weaving Indigenous language through the dialogue and exploring spiritual aspects of Indigenous culture and community.
Length: 12 minutes
Whispering in Our Hearts 2001
Remembering those who were murdered in the 1918 massacre of Aboriginal people at Mowla Bluff is very much to do with healing.
Length: 52 minutes
The Food Lovers’ Guide to Australia – Series 5 Episode 3 2004
While Maeve O’Mara has crossed the desert to eat at a terrific Greek taverna in Coober Pedy, Joanna Savill is in the Torres Strait to take part in a local feast.
Length: 26 minutes
Message Stick – Black Olive
As a chef, Mark Olive has developed dishes that use Indigenous knowledge of fauna and flora and food preparation that complements the Australian landscape.
Length: 23 minutes
Desert Tracks 1997
Desert Tracks – a business established without government funding – is a community’s attempt to sustain itself culturally and an important initiative for self-determination.
Length: 27 minutes
We Are Going 1986
Oodgeroo Noonuccal reads her haunting poem ‘We Are Going’ in 1986.
Length: 1 minute 48 seconds
Performed by: Oodgeroo Noonuccal (Kath Walker)
Tribal Music of Australia 1953
These are the first commercially available recordings of Australian Aboriginal music.
Length: 2 minutes 26 seconds
Performed by: Indigenous Australians from the Yirrkala district in far north-east Arnhem Land, recorded by AP Elkin
Torres Strait Islanders 1898
A national treasure: the oldest film made of Torres Strait Islanders and of Aboriginal people. This film deserves national and international cultural icon status.
Length: 4 minutes 31 seconds