Rosanna Angus, Kathryn Hay, Deborah Mailman, Cilla Malone, Tammy Williams
A sophisticated examination of what it means to be Black in Australia today through the dynamic portrayal of five extraordinary Indigenous women.
‘While the discussions reflect current political and social issues, they offer, just as strongly, a series of real and personal insights into uncomfortable aspects of Australian history’ – Creative Spirits
Winner: Best Documentary, IF Awards, Australia
Nominee: Most Outstanding Documentary Series, 45th TV WEEK Logie Awards, Australia
In Competition: The First Annual Tribeca Film Festival, NYC
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