Sharing Knowledge. Respecting Culture
This website is a platform for sharing knowledge, ideas and resources about Australian Indigenous film and television. It has been built as part of a collaborative research project between an Australian Indigenous scholar and filmmaker – Romaine Moreton – and two non-Indigenous scholars – Therese Davis and Chris Healy. Our aim is to foster new frames of understanding Australian Indigenous film and television and its rich history. Our vision is a collaborative research community founded on Indigenous research principles and priorities. We recognise and promote creative practice as research, and we value diverse knowledge and ideas.
Search for information about more than 200 films and TV series written and directed by Indigenous screen creatives by location.Go to Map →
Find out more about Dr Romaine Moreton’s interrogation of the Australian audiovisual archive in her transmedia project One Billion Beats.Read More →
Policy and protocols
Find copies of government policies on Indigenous film and broadcasting from the 1970s to the present. Learn about the history of Indigenous protocols and guides for filmmakers working in Indigenous communities.Read More →
Search our extensive database of books, journal articles, reviews, interviews and websites devoted to Australian Indigenous film and television.Read More →