DEL KATHRYN BARTON'S BLAZE
Acclaimed Australian artist Del Kathryn Barton (Director, Writer) makes her stunning feature debut, combining live action, puppetry and animation - starring Simon Baker, Yael Stone and Julia Savage with BLAZE.
BLAZE had its World Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival where it screened as part of the International Narrative Competition in June.
Incarceration Nation is a documentary project exploring the systemic injustice and oppression of First Nations people that has created an Internationally recognized human rights catastrophe.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are amongst the most incarcerated people in the world: 3% of the population and 27% of prisoners. This documentary highlights the cost of our current system, both economically and socially, forensically examining our Nation's law enforcement, judicial and prison systems.
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URBAN THEATRE PROJECTS: BLAK BOX - A 'TOURABLE' SPACE FOR FIRST NATIONS STORIES
Blak Box is stripped back storytelling - up-close and personal in a surround sound environment. Blak Box embraces the First Peoples concept of ‘deep listening’. In NSW, the word for deep listening is Ngara. In the Yorta Yorta language of the Murray River in Victoria it is Gulpa Ngawal. An Indigenous understanding of deep listening is based on stories, silences and the spaces that lie between.
Blak Box will play ‘home’ to commissioned works and stories by First Peoples artists as part of UTP’s B-Side program.