Fancy Films | Indigenous Education & Cross Cultural Awareness
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Indigenous Education & Cross Cultural Awareness

FANCY FILMS RECOGNISES THAT RECONCILIATION IS A PROCESS ILLUMINATED BY THE CONTRIBUTION OF

EVERY AUSTRALIAN AND SO WITH OUR UNIQUE ABILITY TO GIVE VOICE TO UNHEARD TRUTHS,

WE ARE DETERMINED TO PLAY OUR PART.

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Yiramalay School
3 projects since 2015

 

The vision of the Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School is to bring about positive change through education to the children and families of aboriginal and non-aboriginal communities who are part of the school.

The Jandamarra Story

 

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

First Stories 

 

Monash Museum of Modern Art (MUMA) and renowned Aboriginal artist, Hayley Millar-Baker (Gunditjmara), collaborated with Museums Victoria and students from Melbourne Indigenous Transition School (MITS) on a unique art project which we documented.

Exploring culture and Country under Hayley’s inspiring eye, the students created artworks that tell their stories – including highlighting their personal totem animal. 

Melbourne Indigenous Transition School 

2 projects in 2020

 

In 2019, Fancy Films partnered with Melbourne Indigenous Transition School (MITS) to support their range of programs. MITS aims to empower Indigenous students who are moving from remote or regional communities to big city schools.

From A to Me, Aunty Judith “Jacko” Jackson

 

In From A to Me, our web series profiling Australian female leaders from all rungs of society, one episode featured local Aboriginal elder Aunty Jacko. Fancy Films wanted to ensure the Indigenous community of Australia had voice in the global conversation around gender equality.