by David Batty & Francis Jupurrula Kelly
Coniston - PAW Media & Rebel Films - (2012)
In 1928, following the murder of a white dingo trapper, central Australia would witness the last known massacre of its Indigenous people. With over one hundred killed during a series of punitive expeditions, those who survived fled far and wide from the massacre sites. Denied a voice at the official inquiry and dislocated from their lands, the survivors passed down the story of this bloody episode to their children and grandchildren.
More than 80 years after the brutal slaughter their descendants relate the story in this film.
Produced by Jeni McMahon