Black Australia: Bringing Aboriginal voices to the silver screen

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    Australia is still grappling with the legacy of its historic subjugation of the country’s Aboriginal minority. We speak to Greta Morton Elangué about her online film festival Black Australia, an event she hopes will give the world a chance to hear the stories of an often marginalised community.

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