Trouble In The Camp +Q&A

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Availability ended 31/10/2020 GMT
WORLD DIGITAL PREMIERE — followed by Q&A with Greta Morton Elangué
(30-31 Oct WORLD DIGITAL PREMIERE — Director Q&A follows the film) There is trouble in the camp... and it has been that way for generations. Jinda is a woman warrior. She has been keeping culture alive and defending her people over many lifetimes. Lest we forget.

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TROUBLE IN THE CAMP World Digital Premiere 2020

Followed by Director Q&A Dr Jenny Fraser in conversation with Greta Morton Elangué

Director Bio

Jenny Fraser works within a fluid screen-based practice. Her old people hail from Yugambeh Country in the Gold Coast Hinterland, the Northern Bundjalung. She is a celebrated screen artist, being awarded the 2016 Mana Wairoa Grand Award for Advancement of Indigenous Rights from the Wairoa Film Festival in Aotearoa New Zealand for her documentary Solid Sisters, an honourable mention at the 2007 imagineNATIVE Film Festival, Toronto, Canada for 'name that movie'; and received an Australia Council Fellowship for her project 'Midden' in 2012, which was featured at the 2014 Adelaide Festival. In 2015 she was also recognised with awards for Newcomer Director in the International Documentary category at the World Film Awards and The International Film Festival for Environment, Health and Culture. Fraser founded online gallery cyberTribe in 1999, the Blackout Collective in 2002, Solid Screen Festival in 2014, and World Screen Culture in 2015. Dr Jenny Fraser has served on the National Advisory Group for the Centre for Indigenous Story, as an Associate Member of the Centre for Creative Arts at Latrobe Uni, and is currently an Adjunct Research Fellow at The Cairns Institute 2015-20

Director Statement

This is a film about womankind, a series of cinematic poems built around the characters travelling through country, centuries and generations.


Directed by Jenny Fraser

Written by Jenny Fraser

Production Company Panangka Production

Produced by Jenny Fraser

Cast Ruby Wharton
Ivy Marika
Madeline Hodge
Eleanor Dixon
Camp Freedom
Eric Avery
Josiah Mununggurr
Jack Young

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