Credits

SCREEN AUSTRALIA AND

NATIONAL INDIGENOUS TELEVISION PRESENT

IN ASSOCIATION WITH SCREEN TERRITORY

 

A BRINDLE FILMS PRODUCTION

 

Produced by Bridget May

Written & Directed by

Trisha Morton-Thomas & Craig Anderson

 

HISTORY BITES BACK

Presented by

Trisha Morton-Thomas

Featuring

Steven Oliver

Elaine Crombie

Also Appearing

Acacia Lewis

Adam Gooderham

Andy Godkin

Annette Bray

Aoife Murray

Ava Hodgson

Barbara Clifford

Biddy O’Loughlin

Blaize McPhersen

Bridget May

Cheryl Sanderson

Clayton Bailey

Damon van der Shuit

David Oakes

Emma Smith

Eric Brodrick

Everlyn Wallace

Harley Myers

Hugh Winterflood

John Hodgson

Kestrel Kendell

Kirra Voller

Levi Thomas

Luke Tonkin

Mary O’Loughlin

Natassia Gorey-Furber

Rachel Clements

Robert Kenny

Ron Cooper

Ronak Purohit

Russel Voller

Sally Westaway

Sane Kane

Scott Fraser

Shane Mulcahy

Tito Wallace

Tyrone Wallace

Ugo Frediani

Victoria Hernandez

Vincent Forester

Executive Producers:

Production Manager

Production Assistant

Director of Photography

Camera Assistants

Sound Recordist

Sound Assistant

Stills Photographer

 

Runners

Costume Designer

Costume Assistant

Makeup/Hair Artist

Props

Prop Buyer

Rachel Clements

Trisha Morton-Thomas

Meredith Garlick

Bridget May

Biddy O’Loughlin

Shane Mulcahy

John Hodgson

Jeremy Conlon

Pin Rada

Nikola Van de Wetering

Lisa Hatzimihail

Bridget May

Emma Smith

Ron Cooper

Damon van der Schuit

Rebecca Elson

Luke Tonkin

Aoife Murray

Bau Stone

Daniel Milne  

Attachment: 1stAD

Volunteer

Fact Checker

Studio

Animations & VFX

Illustrator

Post Production Supervisor

Editor

Assistant Editor

Colourist

Sound Mix

Post Production Script

Subtitles/Closed Captions

Financed with the assistance of

Legals

Accountants

Insurances

Travel

Biddy O’Loughlin

Zoe Walters

Evelyn Saunders

Central Australian Aboriginal

Media Association

Doug Bayne

Kambarni

Bridget May

Craig Anderson

Rory McLeod

Aidan Tai-Jones

Rory McLeod

Jeremy Conlon

Anne Coleman

Vinnie May

Indigenous Business Australia

Shaun Miller Lawyers

Nagle Accounting

SURA Film and Entertainment

Stage and Screen

Archival Images:

Albert Namatjira signing autographs.

Portrait of Albert Namatjira painting, central Australia, ca. 1946.

Albert Namatjira painting at Finke River near Hermannsburg, approximately 1953.

Albert Namatjira watercolour, no title, Central Australian landscape.

Albert Namatjira watercolour, no title, Central Australian waterhole.

Sophia Marinos, Namatjira Legacy Trust Chair.

 

Prime Minister Gough Whitlam pours soil into the hands of

traditional landowner Vincent Lingiari, Northern Territory.

Mervyn Bishop and Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

 

Wyndham Chain Gang

Ghillar, Michael Anderson, Sovereign Union

 

Stock media provided by:

Tenniscourtisland / commons.wikimedia.org

Holli /Shutterstock.com

Kokhanchikov / Shutterstock.com

lex_visuals / Pond5

JamesBrey / Pond5

Arttanja / Pond5

ClaireGarton / Pond5

f11photo / Pond5

 

Additional music provided by:

Audio Network

NITV Head of Commissioning and Programming:

Kyas Hepworth

 

Screen Australia:

Alyssa Orvis, Manu Samarakkody

 

Screen Territory: 

Jennie Hughes, Sebastian Angborn, Melanie McClure

 

 

 

NITV acknowledges the Arrernte people of Central Australia.

 

We pay our respects to the traditional owners

of the lands on which we filmed.

 

 

Producer Wishes to Thank

Vinnie May, Nora, R.D. and Missy Moo, Nick Lee, Laurie May, CAAMA, Audrey McCormic, Rayleen Brown, Kungas Can Cook, Alice Springs Town Council, The Telegraph Station, Department of Parks and Wildlife, Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics, Aurora, Red Ochre Bar and Grill, Nicole Walsh, Alice Springs Chamber of Commerce, James Gomez, James and the Happy Farmer, Analise Taig, Shae O’Dowd, Outback Cycling, Anna Caden, Alice Springs Aircraft Maintenance and Service.

 

This production was supported by Screen Australia through the

COVID-19 Budget Support Fund Program.

PRINCIPAL PRODUCTION FUNDING FROM

 

Produced by Brindle Films

FINANCED IN ASSOCIATION WITH

 

DEVELOPED AND PRODUCED IN ASSOCIATION WITH

NATIONAL INDIGENOUS TELEVISION

 

© 2021 Brindle Films Pty Ltd