#034 Extra - That Common Ground

Q&A after the film with Albert Wiggan & Narelda Jacobs

 
 

Feel the energy in the room with this special extra, as we hear Albert in a Q&A session after the West Australian premiere screening of ‘Undermined: Tales from the Kimberley’. The session was hosted by Narelda Jacobs, local Noongar woman and the first Aboriginal female newsreader to anchor a leading commercial station’s news service in Australia.

 
Albert Wiggan introducing the premiere screening. Pic: Bodhan Warchomij.

Albert Wiggan introducing the premiere screening. Pic: Bodhan Warchomij.

 
It is really putting into context for all Australians why the Kimberley is so important and what value it has to us as a nation.
— Albert Wiggan
 

Albert talks further here about what the Kimberley means to him, how people can get involved in creating the dialogue he’s inviting, and how he feels about one of the most profoundly moving parts of the film. We hear from a number of elders featured in the film too, who’d also made their way to Perth to be in the audience for the premiere.


Get more:

Listen to the main episode & see the links in the program details of #034 – Undermined: Award-winning documentary from the Kimberley, with young Aboriginal leader Albert Wiggan.

 

Music:

Moonlight, by The Pigram Brothers (playing on departure in the cinema).


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