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Undermined - Tales from the Kimberley


UNDERMINED advocates for Indigenous rights in relation to land, Law and culture. Under the direction of Albert Wiggan and Anne Poelina, we are working with partners to use the film as a tool to generate discussion and action from governments, industry, and the public to bring about urgent social change and environmental protection.

We seek to change the conversation about the development of Northern Australia to include Indigenous-led, owned and managed development, cultural solutions and alternative industries around conservation and land management. Our impact campaign will: 

• promote the conservation of the Kimberley's unique cultural landscapes

• educate people about the issues facing Aboriginal communities and promote better understanding of connection to Country

• challenge ideas of ownership, land use and corporate accountability 

• support the work of Traditional Custodians, communities, advocates, Aboriginal enterprises, and educators


We are urgently seeking $50,000 to support the film's education and outreach activities, including creating resources for schools and universities, a national screening program, and advocacy work with our impact partners. For more information please read our recent impact report.

Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help us on this impact journey.

“A brilliant film, thank you. I am sure it will encourage people to question their current perspectives on matters impacting on First Peoples' lives, families and communities as it is not all as portrayed by mainstream media and shock jocks. I hope it inspires others to speak the truth about governments and shady entrepreneurs that take advantage." 

- Rod Little, National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples


We would love to help you organise a screening of Undermined for your community! If you are interested in hosting a screening at your workplace, school, university, local cinema, or community venue, please complete the form at the Host a Screening button below. If you would like to host a virtual screening with an online Q&A, please register through our partners at FanForce TV.