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Satellite Sisters

Get behind the scenes! Alison Lockyer and Layla Walker from the Satellite Sisters talk about the making of the film and interactive iPad comic, NEOMAD : Episode 2 : The Last Crystal.

This video was made as part of the Yijala Yala Project (Big hART). For more information, click here.

NEOMAD : Episode 2 : The Last Crystal

Episode 2 of NEOMAD, The Last Crystal, introduces the Satellite Sisters - a group of young girls who work in outer space to protect Earth from all sorts of doom. 

This video was filmed in the intense Pilbara heat. It was torturous! It’s made by Benjamin Ducroz with the voice of Allery Sandy, an Yindjibarndi Elder from an endearing little town called Roebourne.

This video was made as part of the Yijala Yala Project (Big hART). For more information, click here.

International Love Punks

The Love Punks in South Korea? Say what?

This video was made as part of the Yijala Yala Project (Big hART). For more information, click here.

We made this Comic

Garuwarra and Born Ready tell us how they and their friends from Roebourne (Western Australia) made the NEOMAD comic. 

This video was made as part of the Yijala Yala Project (Big hART). For more information, click here.

Rockets & Rehearsals

Meet the adorable kids behind NEOMAD and take a behind-the-scene look at the making of the film component of NEOMAD : Episode 1 : Space Junk - Yes, we made a rocket booster out of foam core in the middle of the Pilbara desert!

This video was made as part of the Yijala Yala Project (Big hART). For more information, click here.

NEOMAD : Episode 1 : Space Junk

Neomad is three part interactive iPad comic made by the kids of Roebourne (Western Australia) in collaboration with Sutu as part of the Yijala Yala Project. This video was made by Benjamin Ducroz and forms part of Episode 1 : Space Junk.

For more information about Neomad, click here

This video was made as part of the Yijala Yala Project (Big hART). For more information, click here.

We made the Love Punks Game

In 2012, a group of indigenous kids from Roebourne, a small remote town in northwest Western Australia, made an online video game. In this video, Maverick Eaton and Nathaniel Edwins explain how they went about making the game.

This video was made as part of the Yijala Yala Project (Big hART). For more information, click here.