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Indigenous films touring the country as part of Flickerfest’s ‘Best of Australia Series’ 2016.
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22 Jan 2016 - 8:40 AM  UPDATED 22 Jan 2016 - 2:07 PM

Nulla Nulla

Fresh out of the academy, White Cop experiences his first taste of Aboriginal community life, as Black Cop puts him to the test.

  • Director: Dylan River
  • Writer: Dylan River
  • Producer: Tanith Glynn-Maloney

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Nan and a Whole Lot of Trouble

Nan, of Aboriginal and Irish descent, keeps a photo album of dead family members. Younger sister Min believes this morbid European tradition is culturally inappropriate. Told with warmth and humour, this short film tackles cultural taboos.

WORLD PREMIERE

  • Director: Dena Curtis
  • Writer: Sue McPherson
  • Producer: Lois Randall

Maap Mordak

A distraught young girl, confused about her own identity, finds answers and comfort from an unlikely source.

  • Director: Dot West
  • Writer: Dot West
  • Producer: Jodie Bell

Karroyul

An Aboriginal girl, lost and empty after the death of mother, discovers her past in an unlikely place.

  • Director: Kelrick Martin
  • Writer: Kim Scott
  • Producer: Jaclyn Hewer & Melissa Kelly

Under Skin, in Blood

Inspired by real events experienced by Aboriginal workers in the 1970s at the Baryugil asbestos mine in New South Wales, a woman recalls happier times before her life was ruined by something nobody could see.

  • Director: Larissa Behrendt
  • Writer: Larissa Behrendt
  • Producer: John Harvey

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