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The Screen Guide

This observational documentary captures the story of Quenten Agius and his family, fighting to save what remains of their heritage and culture. This multi-layered film is a microcosm of what is happening to Aboriginal peoples all over Australia. In the lucky country, 40 thousand years of heritage, culture and traditions are being swept away - it's a national disgrace. This challenging, enriching and emotional story takes us into an Aboriginal world that is rarely seen or heard.

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Crew

Director
Kim Mavromatis
Writers
Kim Mavromatis
Producer
Kim Mavromatis
Executive Producers
David Jowsey
Dir. of Photography
Kim Mavromatis
Editor
Andrew Aristedes

Cast

Quenten Agius - Irene Agius - Elaine Newchurch - Keryn Walshe - Calvert Agius - Jeffery Newchurch

Production Details

Production Completion
2007
Genre
History and national identity
Production Company
Mav Media

Sales

International Sales
Mav Media  Galloping Entertainment

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • Globians World and Culture Doccumentary Film Festival
    (2008)
  • Nepal International Indigenous Film Festival
    (2008)
  • Celluloid Soup Film Festival
    (2008)
  • International Film Festival England
    (2008)
  • Reel Earth: The Aotearoa Environmental Film Festival
    (2008)
  • Festival International du Film documentaire OcĂ©anien
    (2008)
  • Global Green Indigenous Film festival
    (2008)