Survivors of Wadjemup
For almost 100 years, Wadjemup was a prison for at least 3,670 Aboriginal men and boys. More than 370 men never made it off the island. Their spirits are part of this island, and for those that got off the island, their descendants now proudly tell their story.
HST EXEMPTION: For Status card holders, please email boxoffice@imagineNATIVE.org if you wish to use your Status card to purchase packages or tickets online. Otherwise, you can visit the imagineNATIVE Box Office in person starting October 18 and present your Status card when purchasing tickets or packages.
Presented as Part Of Program 11 – Aurora Australis
Waihere – The Waters that Bind
10 min | Matiu HamueraView More
14 min | Kath Akuhata-BrownView More
E Rangi Rā (Things Are Different Now)
12 min | Tioreore Ngatai Melbourne | In person: Open Captions | Online: Closed CaptionsView More
fire in the water, fire in the sky
13 min | Mīria GeorgeView More
E Lele Le Toloa (The Toloa Bird Soars)
8 min | Selu-Kian Faletoese | In person: Open Captions | Online: Closed CaptionsView More
A Crying Shame
35 min | Glen Stasiuk | English SubtitlesView More