Beck Cole on Indigenous stories
By Sista Girl Productions, 2009 3:11 minutes
Beck Cole uses an observational style of filmmaking in her dramas as well as her documentaries. This style creates an interesting and intimate connection with the lives being depicted. As well as being concerned with telling stories that look and feel real, Cole is particularly interested in creating strong roles for Aboriginal women. Her short film Plains Empty tells the story of an Aboriginal woman left alone in a remote mining community, and it is informed by Cole’s careful observation of the landscape and community in which the film is set.
Collection Blak Wave
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