Silent, or Quiet? How Indigenous Australian Film ‘Samson & Delilah’ Heals Ongoing Trauma and Violence in Aboriginal Communities

In ‘Samson & Delilah’, Warwick Thornton Recognises the Importance of Ritual & Routine in Aboriginal Cultures By Virtue of Recognising & Reconstructing the Struggles and Inter-Generational Trauma of Indigenous Australian Peoples in Order to Find Meaning & Hope for the Future


‘This Land is Mine’ or ‘Me’? How Indigenous Cinema Promotes Intercultural Understandings in ‘One Night the Moon’

Rachel Perkins’ “This Land is Mine” musical sequence functions to assert that a denial, or disrespect, of Indigenous Australian Peoples’ epistemes creates aversive, or counterintuitive, real-world ramifications on Australian culture