Angelique’s Isle (Directors Michelle Derosier and Marie‐Hélène Cousineau). Photo courtesy Thunderstone Pictures

Indigenous storytelling: Deconstructing the archetype

Pauline Clague is Associate Professor, Manager of Cultural Resilience Hub, Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education & Research at the UTS. A Yaegl woman from North Coast NSW she has worked as a storyteller and producer in film and TV for 25 years. She is founder and Artistic Director of Winda Film Festival in Sydney, a programmer for imagineNATIVE media + arts festival in Toronto and co‑creator of NativeSlam, a 72‑hour Indigenous film challenge held at Maoriland Film Festival in Otaki.

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