About 600 arts lovers converged on the Forum Theatre in Melbourne earlier this month for the world premiere of new documentary Murundak – songs of freedom.

The documentary – which follows The Black Arm Band who sing up the country’s troubled past through their stories of sorrow, anger and hope – was made over four years by filmmakers Natasha Gadd and Rhys Graham.

The next screenings for the documentary will be at the BigPond Adelaide Film Festival and March's WOMADelaide festival.

Murundak – songs of freedom credits:

  • Written & Directed by Rhys Graham & Natasha Gadd
  • Cinematography by Rhys Graham & Natasha Gadd
  • Produced by Philippa Campey
  • Producer – Natasha Gadd
  • Associate Producer – Sarah Bond
  • Executive Producer – Michael McMahon
  • Edited by Natasha Gadd
  • Sound Design by Emma Bortignon
     

Natasha Gadd, Sarah Bond, Philippa Campey and Rhys Graham

Sarah Bond and Philippa Campey

Steven Richardson, Bart Willoughby, Stephen
Pigram
and Shane Howard

Singer Missy Higgins and friend

Singer Dan Sultan and partner

Animal Kingdom actor James Frecheville (right) and friend

Group shot
 

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