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Wadjemup: Black Prison, White Playground

Posted: Monday 28th July 2014 11:35 am

Wadjemup (Rottnest Island) is a beautiful place that is also culturally and spiritually significant to Aboriginal people.

But it is also a site where gross harm took place and where hundreds of Aboriginal men are buried in unmarked graves.

Wadjemup: Black Prison – White Playground a documentary-drama co-written and produced by Murdoch University film-makers Glen Stasiuk and Jeffory Asselin has won the award for Outstanding Achievement in the Feature Film – Factual category at the 2014 WA Screen Awards (WASAs).

It will screen on Friday 8th August at 5.00pm at Murdoch University (venue TBC), and has also been accepted in the Cine OZFest in the South-West which runs from 20th-24th August.

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