NO SAFE AMOUNT: The effects of Alcohol in pregnancy. A series of 30-second TV commercials developed by the NPY Women’s Council Child Nutrition Program and the Imanpa community. Languages: English and Pitjantjatjara. © NPY Women’s Council 2011  www.npywc.org.au

Deadly Award, 2011 –  Outstanding Achievement in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health                                                                                                      




LISTEN YOU WOMEN, YOUR BREASTS ARE PRECIOUS: A 30 min Educational DVD  on breast health and breast cancer. Five Aboriginal women from central Australian communities share their stories of diagnosis, treatment, support and recovery from breast cancer. Languages:  English, Pitjantjatjara, Warlpiri, Anmatyerre and Arrernte.



Our Projects

Just Let Them feed:  A DVD resource produced in Ntaria (Hermannsburg), NT  on the importance of breastfeeding in Aboriginal communities. Languages: Western Arrernte and English. Clients: Ntaria Community, NT Government, Central Australian Primary Health Care Outreach Team & Central Australian Aboriginal Congress, Alice Springs.

Listen you Women, Your Breasts are Precious: A 30 minute DVD resource on breast cancer. Stories of five Central Australian Aboriginal women who have survived breast cancer. Languages: English, Pitjantjatjara, Arrernte,Warlpiri & Anmatyerre. Clients: Bosom Buddies, NT and CAAMA Productions, Alice Springs, NT.

No Safe Amount: The effects of Alcohol in pregnancy: A series of TV commercials produced in Pitjantjatjara and English. Clients: NPY Women’s Council, Alice Springs, NT.

The Motika Project, Community Training workshops and video production. Road Safety Campaign: Don’t Drink & Drive & Keep Your Family Safe. Short Films: Car Troubles, a 15 minute drama & John Lee – Making a Boomerang, a 10 minute documentary. Clients: Warlayirti Artists Aboriginal Corporation, Balgo, WA.

Samson and Delilah Launch: Australian Theatrical premiere. An Outdoor Screening in the Todd River, Telegraph Station, Alice Springs. Clients: Footprint Films, Sydney, NSW.