Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 Blackfella Films : Decolonizing Urban Aboriginality in Redfern Now
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'Redfern Now has been acclaimed as the first Indigenous television drama series to be produced in Australia. With the support of Indigenous executive producers, Sally Riley at ABC Television and Erica Glynn at Screen Australia, the anthology series was produced by Blackfella Films and featured Indigenous writers, directors and actors in leading roles. This article argues that the decolonizing lens of Redfern Now is evident not only in Indigenous creative control but also in the immersive aesthetic and ethical dilemmas that invite the viewer to experience Redfern from an Aboriginal vantage point. This hospitable invitation offers a mode of assimilative spectatorship that redresses the paradox of Aboriginal erasure/visibility in the settler colonial nation.' (Author's abstract)

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215-225 Blackfella Films : Decolonizing Urban Aboriginality in Redfern NowAustLit Studies in Australasian Cinema
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  • Redfern Now Jon Bell Adrian Wills Steven McGregor Danielle Maclean Michelle Blanchard Wayne Blair 2012 series - publisher film/TV
  • Redfern, Inner Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales,
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