IN MY BLOOD IT RUNS

T A K E  A C T I O N

HOST A SCREENING

We will be releasing the film in cinemas & to community groups to host their own screenings from early 2020. Join our mailing list and email us to let us know you would like to host a screening. 

SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS

We will be sharing background on additional partners in the coming months, for now we are highlighting our two core partners - Children's Ground & the Akeyulerre Healing Centre, both based in Mparntwe (Alice Springs). 

We encourage you to support these two amazing strength-based and Indigenous-lead organisations;

https://www.childrensground.org.au/page/15/walk-with-us

https://www.akeyulerre.org.au/donations/

DONATE TO OUR CROWD FUND

We are crowd funding to raise the funds to bring the family to Sydney for our Australian Premiere at the Sydney Film Festival in June. Please donate here

BACKGROUND TO OUR DISTRIBUTION PLANS

In My Blood It Runs has been supported by a number of philanthropic organisations and donors via Good Pitch Australia and Documentary Australia Foundation. This support has enabled us to plan a multi year strategy for social impact that dovetails with our distribution.

As the film is released, we will be working with a range of national partners to deliver an impact campaign that has been strategised in close consultation with Dujuan and his family as well as an advisory group of senior Arrernte and Garrwa Elders and leaders.

We are currently in the design and consultation phase and plan to campaign for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education system, juvenile justice reform and to address racism in Australia.

Key Campaign Messages:

  • Aboriginal people love and care for their children
  • Aboriginal people have solutions
  • Aboriginal people’s knowledge systems and culture are alive and well
  • Children have agency and can speak truth to power
  • Aboriginal people should have right to determine and lead their own education
  • Australia needs to be honest about our past in order to build a more just future
  • Aboriginal people live with racism everyday and it causes harm
  • We need restorative approaches to juvenile justice rather than punitive approaches

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