January, 1788. Clan leaders and tall ships. Do they bid welcome, or do they take a stance?

January, 1788. Clan leaders meet on the shores of Gadigal land as the tall ships enter the Harbour. Do they bid welcome, or do they take a stance?

The Moogahlin Performing Arts film are b(l)ack with Sydney Festival for a fourth year in a row, and thrilled to be working again with Jane Harrison on the world premiere of THE VISITORS!

In the loupe is privileged to be asked back to collaborate with this innovative performing arts group. We spent the day documenting the early stages of development of this play, to develop a thought-provoking teaser video series for use across social media to promote the play.

Moogahlin aims to create and tell community-based stories, develop a comprehensive youth theatre and produce distinctive, cross-cultural and interdisciplinary performance works.

Moogahlin supports both emerging and established Aboriginal performing artists, nurturing work created, produced and performed by Aboriginal people for Aboriginal people.

Client: Moogahlin Performing Arts
Date: November 2019