MWFF and the National Film and Sound Archive Presents


Jazz Money | Australia | 2023 | M

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Thu 21 Mar 2024

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In creating WINHANGANHA, it was important to me that it celebrated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander protest and resistance, both to material dispossession and also in the creation of film, television and music that centres our experiences. And while protest is the turning point within the film, it is love and joy that is the overall message.

Jazz Money

WINHANGANHA (Wiradjuri language: Remember, know, think) – is a feature length, lyrical journey that intertwines archival footage and sound, poetry and original composition. Commissioned by the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) as part of their RE/Vision project, the film examines how archives and the legacies of collection affect First Nations people and wider Australia, told through the lens of acclaimed Wiradjuri artist, Jazz Money.

WINHANGANHA draws upon the history of documenting First Nations bodies, which have been mythologised, degraded, catalogued and stored within the colonial gaze of archive. However, the film also shows us a powerful story of how First Nations peoples embody resistance and sovereignty. The film asks how we will create new futures through that which we inherit.

This special screening is followed by a Q&A with artist and filmmaker, Jazz Money.

This film screens with short Karanga (2022)

Aotearoa New Zealand, 17 mins, English & Maori

Director: Mary-Lyn Chambers

Producers: Merenia Gray, Emma Mortimer

Karanga is a dance and spoken word film exploring the intersectionality of descendants both Māori and Pākehā (European) centred around the late Tiahuia Te Puea Hērangi Ramihana Gray (Ngāi Tahu, Rangitāne, Tainui). The work is choreographed by her daughter Merenia Gray and was performed at Q Theatre in August 2021 in Aotearoa New Zealand. The work is a love letter to Tiahuia and a tribute to all mothers.

Ticket prices include access to the party after the screening.

Presented by the National Film and Sound Archive

Format: DCP
Language: English
Runtime: 64 mins

Event duration

64 mins




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