Film & TV

Tug of War!

When friends start fighting, how can they be brought back together?

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Bruno Sees A Man

Five friends are having fun on the weekend, but what happens when Bruno sees a man?

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The Big Hit and the Big Kick

Strange things happen on the sporting grounds of Kiwirrkurra...

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Desert Dust-Up 2015

All the fun and excitement of the Ngaanyatjarra Lands School 2015 Desert Dust Up Festival held in Warburton.

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The Warakurna Way

This video was produced by NG Media with secondary students at the Warakurna campus of the Ngaanyatjarra School. The students devised the story and then worked as the cast and crew with production taking place in November and December 2015.

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Strong Two Ways

Four boys on bikes go on a weekend adventure and discover some surprises along the way.

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Stop The Smoke

A Dad shows his son how to have lots of good skills, but what else is he teaching him?

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Kick Some Goals

Being your best on the sporting field starts with eating the right foods.

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Ikaringka Irnyani

Music video by Katrina Connelly

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Blackstone Girls - Lonely Girl

"Lonely Girl" Music Video

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We are the Kids from Piplyatjarra

"We are the Kids from Piplyatjarra" Music Video

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This is the Life

"This is the Life" Music Video Filmed near Irrunytju, West Australia on the Ngaanyatjarra Lands. Produced with a Community Content Television Production Grant from Community Broadcasting Foundation Ltd.

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Kapi Ungkupayi

KAPI UNGKUPAYI (He gave us water) In January 2013, five senior women from Irrunytju and Papulankutja went out bush looking for punu (wood for carving) and ran out of petrol. They had no water or food and weren’t found for five days. They survived on five perentie (goanna) and water, which they dug for along a dry riverbed. "There was only one white cloud in the sky. It followed us and showed us the way to the water. They were digging in that wet sand with a stick but nothing came so they called for us to bring a crowbar. Our lips were dry. And we were thirsty. We took turns digging. It was dark and the sun went down and we were still digging. We collected that water in every bottle we had. And the billy can. When we found water we made a big fire. But no one saw that smoke.

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Our Country

Made in Mantamaru with the NG Media Training team.

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By The Waterhole

Produced by the NG Media training team with locals from the community of Warakurna, By the Waterhole was a training exercise in all the steps of film-making from script to filming to sound and post-production. Share in the enjoyment of spending time at the waterhole.

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Breaking Fences

Shake down the fences, here stands the wall.

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Join Us

A short film profiling the work and staff at Ng Media to encourage more people from the Ngaanyatjarra Lands to come and work with us!

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Animated Future

It is our hope that more Yarnangu will continue to express their culture and themselves in traditional art as well as modern art.

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No Spare Tyre

In the remote community of Tjuntjuntjara, a local wati (man) has taken two younger boys out on a hunting trip. During the trip they get a flat tyre, and have to go back home to get some help.

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Our Showreel

NG Media is where the gap between cultures is filled with stories created together to share as far as we can send them. Watch a showreel of our work and experience the Pulse of the Yarnangu.

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Voices in the Land of Kunanya

A young woman from Blackstone is taken out to the old country, and hears the stories of her ancestors, and the importance of remembering the stories from her past. Written, directed and starring Cassie Woods, this fantastic film explores the nature of culture and tradition amongst Yarnangu people. This film was selected to run at the inaugural Ngaanyatjarra Lands Film Festival.

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Helicopter over NG Lands

Chris Reid and Joshua Dawson document the Ngaanyatjarra Lands from their aerial view in the helicopter, scoping out rogue camels and rockholes, and touching down at the local mining base.

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Doggy Day Out

A day in the life of the dogs of Irrunytju Community. Written, Directed and Recorded by Hinerangi Tukere. This film was selected to be a part of the Ngaanyatjarra Lands first Film Festival in September 2012.

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