Brisbane indigenous artist Vernon Ah Kee has been selected to exhibit at the prestigious 53rd Venice Biennale. Vernon's evocative work challenges past and current injustices to aboriginal people and delves into beach culture and race issues surrounding the 2005 Cronulla riots. How will his work be received by the rest of the world?
27 Minute Broadcast Documentary
WINNER: BEST INDEPENDANT DOCUMENTARY - QUEENSLAND NEW FILMMAKERS AWARDS 2010
WINNER: 2010 ATOM AWARDS- BEST ARTS DOCUMENTARY
WINNER: 2010 BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL CHAUVEL AWARD
OFFICIAL SELECTION 2010 QUEENSLAND SHORT FILM COMPETITION
OFFICIAL SELECTION SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2010
OFFICIAL SELECTION DUNGOG FILM FESTIVAL 2010
OFFICIAL SELECTION RADAR HAMBURG INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2010
OFFICIAL SELECTION HEART OF GOLD FILM FESTIVAL 2011
SCREENED ABC TV SUNDAY ARTS JULY 2010
SCREENING QANTAS AIRWAYS INFLIGHT ENTERTAINMENT 2010
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Featuring: Vernon Ah Kee
Directed by: Alex Barnes
Produced by: Justin Morrissey
Executive Supervising Producer: Graeme Duckham
Supervising Producer: Rebecca Fawcett
Editor: Geoff Saville
Location Sound Recordist: Basil Krivoroutchko
Original Composition: Mr. Speaker
Cinematography: Alex Barnes
"Cant Chant" Video directed by Suzanne Howard
Finance: Griffith University- QCA, QPIX, Pacific Film and Television Commission, Silver Screen Pictures
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