Artist Zhou Xiaoping, Curator Kathy Leung and Director James Bradley at Hong Kong House Sydney following the screening of OCHRE AND INK and Q&A on Friday 11 April 2014.
As part of Sichuan TV Festival’s ‘Australia Day’, OCHRE AND INK screened to a large audience of faculty and students at the Arts School of Chengdu University on 18 November. The students were clearly inspired by the documentary and welcomed James to the stage. James talked about the film and answered questions on a wide […]
OCHRE AND INK screened as part of the Sichuan TV Festival ‘Australia Day’ screenings at the Film and Television College of Sichuan Normal University in Chengdu. Cathy Li & James Bradley were warmly welcomed by the faculty heads and students, and later took part in a comprehensive Q&A session with the students who asked some […]
We are thrilled to share the news that OCHRE AND INK has just been announced as a Finalist in the inaugural Australian Arts in Asia Awards in the Digital and Film category. Arts Minister Tony Burke announced the finalists today and the Winners will be announced at a ceremony in Sydney on Thursday 1 August.
Tonight OCHRE AND INK is honoured to be the first film screened at the inaugural ‘Islands In The World’ Oceania International Film Festival in Suva, Fiji
OCHRE AND INK wins the 2012 ATOM Award for Best Documentary Short Form at the ceremony held at Red Bennies in Melbourne 22 November
Editor Karen Johnson has been nominated by the Australian Screen Editors for the 2012 Adobe Award for Best Editing in a Documentary Program for OCHRE AND INK
After a morning swim, lunch at the Mediathèque market, and a very pleasant visit to a waterfall with Hnaie, we watch the powerful documentary ‘5 Broken Cameras’. The filmmaker’s quiet anger at the injustice inflicted on his people is palpable and it is hard not to share it. Awards night in Bayes village includes many […]
A relaxed morning of a dawn walk on the beach, discussions and sunshine. Lunch with Xiaoping at the community market, then to the Mediathèque cinema to watch ‘Bad Weather’ by Italian director Giovanni Giommi. This amazingly intimate and powerful documentary tells the story of the small community of sex workers living on the tiny mud […]
Xiaoping and I are now in New Caledonia at Ânûû-rû Âboro film Festival. After a 5 hour crowded bus ride from Nouméa north and across the mountains – I am the only whitefella and seemingly the only English speaker – I arrive at Poindimié this afternoon in drizzling rain. The bus drops me at the […]