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The adventures of a young, black woman in a big, white world, where her vagina is a big black woman and her best friend.

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Director
Catriona McKenzie
Writers
Nakkiah Lui
Producer
Liz Watts  Sylvia Warmer
Executive Producers
Anita Sheehan  Vincent Sheehan  Sally Riley  Kelrick Martin
Dir. of Photography
Tania Lambert
Composer
Chiara Costanza
Editor
Gabriel Dowrick
Production Designer
Ruby Mathers
Cast
Nakkiah Lui - Elaine Crombie - Christine Anu - Tessa Rose - Lisa Flanagan - Ryan Johnson - Rob Carlton - Harriet Dyer - Charlie Garber - Dave Eastgate - Steve Rogers
Production Completion
2017
Genre
Comedy
Production Company
Porchlight Films Pty Ltd
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Screen Australia Supported

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Selected Awards & Festivals

Screen News

11 Indigenous Australian dramas to celebrate NAIDOC Week 2020

To mark NAIDOC Week 2020, we’ve put together a collection of 11 Indigenous Australian dramas across film, TV series and online funded by Screen Australia and available to watch now.

11 Nov 2020
By Georgia Hing
Hunter Page-Lochard: The Next Step series

Nakkiah Lui talks Kiki and Kitty

Writer and actor Nakkiah Lui talks to Screen News about her new six-part comedy series.

29 Nov 2017
By Screen Australia

Talking vaginas, figure skating and social change

Nakkiah Lui on finding humour in tragedy and living out her fantasy of being the best Aboriginal figure skater of all time in Kiki and Kitty.

29 Nov 2017
By Caris Bizzaca
Corrie Chen: Mustangs FC, Sisters and Gender Matters

Media Releases

Screen Australia announces $2.7 million for 9 projects

Screen Australia has announced two feature films, one television series, one children’s drama and five online projects will share in $2.7 million of production funding.

26 Aug 2020