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For so long, we’ve had our stories told by other people... I think it’s really important for younger mob to know that... their voice is important.
Kimberley Benjamin is a proud Yawuru, Bardi and Kija woman. She’s a documentary filmmaker who has learned about storytelling through her deep connection to culture, family and country.
I’m trying to tell my own story and trying to be honest and truthful to myself, creating work that I wish I had seen when I was younger.
Atong Atem is a South Sudanese multidisciplinary artist. Her practice uses various mediums including moving imagery. Atong’s art has made a mark on the world with her incredible use of colour, textures and how these intersect with her cultural lineage and her reclamation of the ethnographic imagery.
Everything I make is for the community – and when the community speaks; that’s when I feel successful.
Tig Terera is a Zimbabwean filmmaker with a passion for directing and screen writing and a deep interest in human emotions often depicting a black diaspora experience.