Due to COVID-19, our usual celebration of Indigenous stories under the Milky way has been put on hold, as we know it is important to continue to celebrate our filmmakers, we have created some online workshops.
For the Indigenous Filmmakers around Australia we are offering three courses to reinvigorate towards 2021.
We hope you enjoy what is on offer.
We hope to bring a selection of Indigenous films of the year to you in early 2021.
The logo is the star trail of the Milky Way which is seen across the Southern Hemisphere, and also inspired by The Emu In The Sky dreaming as one of the creation stories that crosses the nations of Australia.
The Wurhu Darhuy Foundation, meaning Our Voices in Yaegl, is a collective of Indigenous filmmakers who strive to create, foster and support opportunities for Indigenous voices to empower, unify, inspire and entertain, through social, economic, innovation and self-sufficiency programs for the advancement of Aborigional cultures, and stories in digital landscapes.
Established in 2016, Winda Film Festival celebrates emerging and established Indigenous filmmakers from across Australia and around the world. In 2019, Winda would like to acknowledge and thank our major partners UTS: Jumbunna Institute, Create NSW and NSW Government for their support and commitment to Indigenous screen. Also, Wurhu Darhuy Foundation for their continued support and partnership.