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Funding approvals
2019-2020 Production funding

Documentary Production

ALICK AND ALBERT
1 x 90 mins
Freshwater Pictures
Director
 Douglas Watkin
Writers Douglas Watkin, Trish Lake
Co-creators Alick Tipoti, Trish Lake
Producers Trish Lake, Meredith Garlick
Synopsis Alick and Albert – A love of Art and the Ocean leads to an unlikely friendship, bringing Badu Island and Monaco together.

KINDRED
1 x 90 mins
Kindred Film Pty Ltd
Directors
 Adrian Russell Wills, Gillian Moody
Writer Adrian Russell Wills
Producer Tom Zubrycki
Broadcaster NITV
Synopsis Kindred explores the importance of discovering your place in the world, a visual journey into the complexities of family, self-love, isolation and belonging and in realising that home and love truly can be found in the people and places that your heart connects to.

LOOKY LOOKY HERE COMES COOKY
1 x 56 mins
Looky Looky Productions, Tamarind Tree Pictures and Roar Film
Director
 Steven McGregor
Writers Danielle MacLean, Steven Oliver, Steven McGregor
Producers Danielle MacLean, Anna Grieve, Steve Thomas, Kath Symmons
Executive Producer Craig Dow Sainter
Synopsis A new songline for 21st century Australia - a fresh look at the Cook legend from a First Nations' perspective - the songline tells of connection to country, resistance and survival and features the cheeky, acerbic and heartfelt showman - Steven Oliver and a host of outstanding, political Indigenous singer/songwriters.

MARALINGA TJARUTJA  (working title)
1 x 57 mins
Blackfella Films
Writer/Director 
Larissa Behrendt
Producer Darren Dale
Broadcaster ABC
Synopsis When the dust settles, culture remains…The Maralinga Tjarutja people survive and, through their tenacious spirit and cultural strength, fight to retain their country.

DARK EMU
2 x 57 mins
Blackfella Films Pty Ltd

Producers Darren Dale, Belinda Mravicic
Director Erica Glynn
Writers Bruce Pascoe, Jacob Hickey
Broadcaster ABC
Synopsis Multi award-winning book Dark Emu comes to the screen, with celebrated author Bruce Pascoe presenting his fresh perspective on Indigenous history.

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