WINHANGANHA (2160x1023)
WINHANGANHA (2160x1023)
WINHANGANHA (2023) © National Film & Sound Archive of Australia

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Jazz Money | Australia | 2023 | M

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Using Australia's national archives as a starting point, artist Jazz Money has crafted a poetic collage reflecting and reclaiming representations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

WINHANGANHA, a Wiradjuri word that can be translated to 'remember, know, think', is inspired by Jazz Money’s desire to interrogate the complex and intersecting ways in which archives represent and affect the lives of First Nations peoples. The film has emerged from the NFSA’s Re/Vision project, which invited a female Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander creatives to create a new work from the national digital audiovisual collection.

From early audio recordings through to contemporary television, and including feature films, sports programs and music clips, Jazz Money has built a narrative from the voices in the audiovisual content held and preserved by the NFSA.

Featuring a new and original score by Filipino-Aboriginal "Drapper" and composer Rhyan Clapham a.k.a. DOBBY.

Format: DCP
Language: English
Source: National Film & Sound Archive of Australia
Courtesy: National Film & Sound Archive of Australia
Runtime: 64 mins

Event duration

64 mins



Contains mature themes, violence and coarse language


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Palawa writer Alice Bellette responds to Jazz Money's poetic film, which reclaims images and memories of First Nations people residing in archival collections.

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