In My Blood It Runs will be making its television Premiere on July 5.
We are excited to share this story about history, learning, love and resistance with TV audiences on Sunday, July 5, 9.30pm on ABC and ABC iview.
Don’t forget: RSVP to the Facebook event and invite your friends and family.
In My Blood It Runs reveals the ways marginalised First Nations communities negotiate the colonial culture and keep their identities and cultures alive through self-determination, the revitalisation of languages and cultural practices. Filmed candidly and intimately, In My Blood It Runs depicts a real world on the fringes of Alice Springs through Dujuan’s eyes.
After sold out premieres at Hot Docs Toronto, DOC NYC, Sydney and Melbourne Film Festivals and the United Nations, this much anticipated film is a wake up call for the Australian education system told from the rarely heard perspective of an Aboriginal child.
Information For Teachers
ATOM has produced a study guide on In My Blood It Runs which is available as a free resource from The Education Shop.
In My Blood It Runs is also available for streaming and DVDs are available to purchase from The Education Shop.
Teachers & AV Technicians:
Set your recorders for 9.30pm Sunday 5 July to record In My Blood It Runs on ABC. Librarians, please record the off-air copying for Screenrights.
Visit The Education Shop to download the free ATOM study guide
We’re so excited to be sharing In My Blood It Runs with a national television audience. Thank you for all your support which has made this possible.
Maya for the In My Blood It Runs team