The Last Post: Winds of Change

Simone Mugavin Film

Yamitji man Mark Atkins plays the didgeridoo as James Morrison performs "The Last Post" on bugle on top of the sails of the Sydney Opera House at dawn.

‘The Last Post (Winds of Change)’ combines the didgeridoo and bugle in a harmonious, healing composition that honours the experiences of First Nations and Australian soldiers to highlight the important role of understanding our shared past more clearly.  Developed by Yamitji musician, Mark Atkins, Garrijimanha, Sydney … Read More

Father’s Eyes — Kobie Dee x Stan Walker

Simone Mugavin Film

Gomeroi man Kobie Dee teamed up with Māori New Zealander Stan Walker to create his latest track Father’s Eyes. Celebrating the strength of Indigenous fathers, Father’s Eyes highlights the resilience of families striving to break cycles and challenge stereotypes by raising their children to be … Read More

YES23

Simone Mugavin Film

“If we all come together now, our future will be for the better.” — Christopher ‘Burra’ McHughes (Murrawarri, Ngemba, Yuwaalaraay) Voting Yes is an invitation to treat all Australians equally, fairly and respectfully. It’s an opportunity to give a voice to First Nations Peoples, to … Read More

Stronger Together

Simone Mugavin Film

Hey Mob, R U OK? In this series of yarns, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women share how to ask R U OK?, why asking R U OK? is important and how it feels to be asked R U OK? Find out how we can … Read More

Kieren Karritpul x Country Road

Simone Mugavin Film

Ngen’giwumirri artist Kieren Karritpul has been creating art since he was 15 years old, sharing stories from the traditional lands where he lives in Nauiyu, Daly River. This collaboration Country Road considers a deep process of co-design to create a limited home range, where Kieren’s … Read More

Power to Country

Simone Mugavin Documentary, Film

A close up, profile portrait of Garrwa woman Shirley Simon loooking defiant

Power to Country is an intimate portrait of Garrwa woman Shirley Simon, displaced by global shifts in climate and a lack of stable power. Shirley was forced to leave her family’s homelands on a beautiful island in remote Northern Territory because of energy insecurity but … Read More

NGURRAWAANA

Simone Mugavin Film

Yindjibarndi man Wimiya Woodley performing a traditional ceremony by a fire.

Yindjibarndi man Wimiya Woodley takes us on an immersive journey of self discovery back to his homelands. Originally established by his grandfather Woodley King, Ngurrawaana was set up as a place of rejuvenation and recovery for Yindjibarndi people who had lost their way. NGURRAWAANA shows us … Read More

Voices of Change

Simone Mugavin Film

FARE, the Foundation for Alcohol Research & Education)’s Voices of Change campaign shares stories of everyday Australians reflecting on real-life experiences with alcohol and the role of alcohol in their lives, whether for themselves, their family, or their friends to initiate honest conversations about the issues that … Read More

Borroloola Solar Homelands Project

Simone Mugavin Documentary, Film

The Borroloola Solar Homelands Project is an initiative of the Borroloola community in partnership with Original Power to repower homelands with renewable energy and support families to reconnect with Country. With thanks to the Borroloola community, Roper Gulf Council, Mabunji Aboriginal Resource Indigenous Corporation and … Read More

Carriageworks’ First Nations Garden

Simone Mugavin Film

Carriageworks‘ First Nations Garden is a collaboration between the Carriageworks First Nations team and First Nations cultural landscape and design companies, JIWAH and In View Studios. It was planted with Elders from Wyanga Aboriginal Aged Care and children from Redfern Jarjum College, cultivating strong connections in … Read More