Living with the legacy of British Nuclear testing.
Official Selection and Semi Finalist - 2018 International Uranium Film Festival, Berlin and American South West.
Nominated Best Short Film - 2016 Environmental Film Festival, Australia (Melbourne).
Winner Best Film - 2015 Footprints Eco Film Festival (Sydney).
Nominated Best Documentary, 2015 South Australian Screen Awards.
In the 1950’s and 1960’s the Australian government authorised British Nuclear testing at Emu Field and Maralinga in Outback South Australia.
We journey with Antikirrinya Elder, Ingkama Bobby Brown to his homelands in outback South Australia where he explains the legacy of living with British Nuclear testing - how he witnessed the first tests on the Australian mainland at Emu Field (1953) and experienced the devastating affects of radioactive fallout on his family, people and country.
5min short from the award winning documentary King's Seal.
British Nuclear testing was a breach of the King's Letters Patent, the founding document that established the state of South Australia (1836), which granted Aboriginal people the legal right to occupy and enjoy their land for always.
Co-Producers / Co-Directors : Quenten Agius, Kim Mavromatis.
Associate Producer : Stephen Goldsmith
Co-Writers : Alexis West, Stephen Goldsmith, Quenten Agius, Kim Mavromatis.
Sound Mix : Scott Illingworth (Best FX).
NITV Commissioning Editor : Pauline Clague.
Produced by MAV Media.
Produced in Association with NITV (National Indigenous TV Australia).
Developed and Produced with the Assistance of the South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC).
Principal Investor Screen Australia.
Complete credit list : kingsseal.com.au
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