St Kilda Film Fest reveals lineup
Catch poetic documentaries, boundary-pushing animation, and re-imaginings of dark history at the 39th St Kilda Film Festival.
TV Review: All My Friends Are Racist is as absurd as it is self-aware
All My Friends Are Racist is like good coffee: blak, bitter and too hot for you, writes Raelee Lancaster.
New Broken Roads trailer stars Uncle Jack Charles, as game signs with Team17
Broken Roads has just signed with Team 17, and dropped a new trailer narrated by legendary Indigenous actor, Uncle Jack…
Indigenous artists A.B. Original to feature on NBA 2K22 soundtrack
The award-winning hip-hop duo is the first Australian act to be included on the game's iconic soundtracks.
Supporting Indigenous Filmmaking with Australia’s audio-visual heritage
The Morrison Government's new grant will allow the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) to commission an Indigenous…
Bringing Indigenous cultural expertise to videogame development
Drop Bear Bytes recently hired Indiginerd's Cienan Muir as a narrative consultant. The team spoke to us about the role…
Horrible Histories Aboriginal-style: Trisha Morton-Thomas bites back
The Alice Springs-based actor and producer talks about her one-hour comedy special bringing a light touch to heavy history.
Six essential things to watch for NAIDOC Week 2021
We're spoilt for choice with all the great Indigenous-created content on TV, but these titles across Netflix, NITV, SBS, ABC…
Indigenous games express culture through play
From couch co-ops to interactive narrative, these games showcase the incredible diversity of culturally-informed, Indigenous-made games from around the world.
Netflix ANZ commits half a million to new Indigenous creators fund
Netflix ANZ has partnered with the Australian Film Television and Radio School on a scholarship fund for Indigenous screen creators.