Beyond Blue commissioned Wayne Quilliam to created several projects across the country. When approached to work on a Racism campaign, we consulted with our communities to represent the everyday experiences faced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
My role as an Indigenous film maker is to observe, collaborate and create a story that both the client and community are proud to show. ILF and the communities we they work with are to be congratulated on the wonderful programs Wayne Quilliam
This exhibition documents the Wiyi Yani U Thangani (Women's Voices) Project, a ground breaking national conversation, led by Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, Ms June Oscar AO, with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and girls.
Exhibition and Video was created by highly acclaimed Aboriginal film maker Wayne Quilliam.
Creating engaging content that captures the essence of the message is important. Working with ILF to create this video I was conscious of the cultural sensitivities while bring to life the diversity of our people.
Wayne Quilliam creates a video series for Amnesty International
Interview with Torres Strait Islander leader Vera Ses on Mir (Murry Island) by Wayne Quilliam
Wayne Quilliam has been creating informative video and photography for Reconciliation since its inception
Aboriginal Videographer Wayne Quilliam captures the stories of Indigenous people across the country including photography and drone footage
For more than 30 years Wayne Quilliam has worked with rural, remote and urban Indigenous communities to tell their own stories through photography, videography and digital collaborations. He created this video to show the important work he does on community
Indigenous film maker Wayne Quilliam creates a series of videos that opened at the United Nations in Geneva and New York
Aboriginal film maker Wayne Quilliam traveled with Social Justice commissioner June Oscar to create a documentary on Indigenous Womens Voices that opened at the United Nations in Geneva and New York