Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists have engaged with screen culture for over 50 years as a way to connect audiences with Indigenous issues.
What responsibilities does an artist have towards their subject when revealing their vulnerabilities to the world?
As with many lives and industries, the pandemic turned the world of screen production upside-down with almost all projects screeching to a sudden halt.
With the onset of COVID-19, Australian film festivals scrambled alongside the rest of the world to make sense of what the pandemic would mean for planning months in the making.
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