The Nintipula Mitiyaku program is about waltja visiting the communities and helping young people who are struggling and are no longer attending school by getting them to learn about media.

This includes showing the young people how to use the camera’s and video Camera’s.  The elders express the urgency about the need for long-term strategies to pass on cultural and knowledge, to maintain and revive language and culture. The elders want the young people to learn media skills so they can make videos about culture, including recording old people stories, and through this, reconnect with family, community and culture.

This program is funded from the Tim Fairfax Family Foundation.

 

 

This video is about Dale who was filmed by Ronald Stewart in Aputula community.

Learning how to use a video camera and interview at the same time.

Filming and photo shots at Hale River 2017

Mt Liebig kids having fun learning how to use a video camera.

Rangers camp out, Hale River 2017. These photos were taken by the young women of Santa Teresa, we all had a wonderful time.

Teaching young people how to make bush medicine, photos taken by Santa Teresa youth, Hale River 2017.

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