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Yiramalay

Category
Diversity, Documentary, Education, Pro Bono, Promo
About This Project

Yiramalay 2018

This latest film continues to document the story of Yiramalay,  June Oscar AO explains the importance of language and culture as “enriching our lives like nothing else can”.  Bunuba Traditional Owner Kaylene Marr talks about her role as Senior Mentor at the school and her approach to teaching teenagers encouraging them to “look, listen and feel” and the to “turn the page over to start something fresh.”

The Jandamarra Story (2018)

2018 US Videographer Awards – Excellence – Cultural Category

Joe Ross, Bunuba Elder, tells the haunting story of Jandamarra deep in the caves of Tunnel Creek.

Yiramalay (2016)

2016 ATOM Award Winner – Best Documentary – Short Form

2016 US Videographer Awards – Distinction – Cultural Category

A short documentary about the unique and special partnership between the Aboriginal people of the Fitzroy Valley Community in the Kimberley, Western Australia, and the community of Wesley College Melbourne.

Yiramalay Class of 2016

Yiramalay Class of 2016 celebrates the achievements of the students who graduated from the program late last year.

Positive change has taken place within the community in Fitzroy Valley, WA, opening doors and creating new opportunities for the Bunuba people and the students at Wesley College.

CATEGORY

Documentary, Promo, Education, Diversity