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Australia’s vast and unspoiled Kimberley region is under threat, as mining, pastoralism and irrigated agriculture drive an unprecedented land grab. Award-winning director Nicholas Wrathall investigates the politics of an area branded Australia’s “future economic powerhouse” with the highest percentage of Aboriginal people living on Country. Undermined: Tales from The Kimberley follows young Indigenous leader Albert Wiggan, veteran cattleman Kevin Oscar and Senior Elder June Davis through David-and-Goliath battles to preserve their homelands, asking the question: who benefits from this development?

Via Paris Pompor, QUEER FOR YOUR EARS had the opportunity to speak to Nicholas Wrathall – Director ofUndermined: Tales from The Kimberley which is screening as part of ANTENNA FILM FESTIVAL on Sunday 14th October at 3pm at Palace Verona and it comes with a Q&A session with Nicholas.