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NITV and SBS announce extensive line-up of music, news, entertainment, comedy and acclaimed Australian cinema to celebrate NAIDOC Week 2024

  • Big Backyard Quiz, a new entertainment show hosted by Narelda Jacobs OAM and Steven Oliver, featuring a stellar line-up of comedians and musicians, premieres on Saturday 13 July at 7.30pm on NITV and SBS.
  • The Point returns for 2024 on Tuesday 9 July at 7.30pm, with National Indigenous Affairs Editor John Paul Janke.
  • Logie Award-winning animated children’s series, Little J & Big Cuz, returns to NITV on Monday 8 July at 6.05pm, with voice actors including Deborah Mailman and Miranda Tapsell.
  • Music program Sounds of Solidarity, hosted by Naomi Wenitong, Jimblah and Andy Saunders premieres on Saturday 6 July at 4.30pm.
  • NITV will simulcast the annual National NAIDOC Week Awards Ceremony on Saturday 6 July at 7.30pm, hosted by Rob Collins, Narelda Jacobs OAM and Steph Tisdell.
  • The SBS Elder-in-Residence Oration with Rhoda Roberts AO returns, this year joined by renowned journalist Stan Grant, on Sunday 7 July at 6.30pm**.**
  • A dedicated hub of iconic and award-winning Indigenous content will be available to stream for free on SBS On Demand and will air across the network’s channels.

SBS is celebrating the strength, resilience and vitality of the world’s oldest continuous culture this National NAIDOC Week 2024, with curated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander content premiering across the network from Saturday 6 July. The line-up includes extensive multiplatform and multilingual coverage, featuring a variety of new and returning entertainment and current affairs programs for all Australians, exploring the 2024 NAIDOC Week theme, Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud.

SBS and NITV’s impressive offering, also available on SBS On Demand, includes Big Backyard Quiz, an hour-long game show hosted by Narelda Jacobs OAM and Steven Oliver, with special guests Barkaa, Dave Woodhead, and comedians Tom Ballard, Nina Oyama, Ivan Aristeguieta and Tegan Higginbotham. Watch on Saturday 13 July at 7.30pm on NITV and SBS to find out who knows the most about the people and history of Australia, while testing your own knowledge.

NITV’s Indigenous current affairs program The Point returns for the year on Tuesday 9 July at 7.30pm for a community-led season to continue tackling the biggest stories on the national agenda. Following the success of the program in 2024 which saw it travel to every state and territory, The Point: Road Trip will again broadcast on-Country in communities across the continent, led by John Paul Janke. The Point: Road Trip elevates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices and views with each episode featuring a panel of passionate, local people.

Acclaimed animated children’s series Little J & Big Cuz returns for season 4 on NITV on Monday 8 July at 6.05pm, with voice actors including Deborah Mailman, Miranda Tapsell, Aaron Fa’Aoso, Mark Coles Smith and more. This season, Little J and Big Cuz plan the best birthday party ever, undertake an epic road trip, play superheroes, hunt for honey ants and run a radio station all while learning valuable life lessons along the way.

The SBS Elder-in-Residence Oration returns, presented by Rhoda Roberts AO who this year is joined by special guest, proud Wiradjuri man and renowned journalist Stan Grant. The Oration provides a dedicated space for elevating First Nations perspectives on issues of local and global importance, and an opportunity for exploration, connection and learning for all Australians. In this year’s oration, Grant shares his reflections on the media and his four-decade career. The oration will broadcast on NITV and SBS On Demand on Sunday 7 July at 6.30pm.

Sounds of Solidarity celebrates music from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across all genres, hosted by Naomi Wenitong, Jimblah and comedian Andy Saunders, premiering on Saturday 6 July from 4.30pm. The program will lead into the National NAIDOC Week Awards Ceremony on NITV at 7.30pm. Simulcast with the ABC, this year’s awards are hosted by Rob Collins, Narelda Jacobs OAM and Steph Tisdell.

Tanya Denning-Orman, a proud Birri and Guugu Yimidhirr woman and Director of Indigenous Content at SBS, said: “We are proud that as a network we’re sharing more of our stories through NITV and SBS, every day. This NAIDOC Week, our content is insightful, celebratory and unapologetically Blak, featuring comedy, family and communities in line with the 2024 NAIDOC theme, Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud. We have brand new entertainment programs such as Big Backyard Quiz and a new edition of Sounds of Solidarity, plus another season of the family favourite, Little J & Big Cuz and our in-depth look at mob on Country with The Point: Road Trip.

“At NITV, our important work is possible because of trailblazers whose dedication and commitment forged a path in this industry before us. We’re grateful for another Elder-in-Residence Oration which includes two media icons, industry and community leaders, Aunty Rhoda Roberts AO and Stan Grant.”

SBS will share news and information in more than 60 languages across the network. Multilingual and multiplatform coverage through SBS Audio shares First Nations perspectives, celebrates cultures, knowledges and history, and showcases SBS’s unique ability to connect the newest Australians with the world’s oldest living continuous culture. The SBS Audio offering includes videos, podcasts and articles in Filipino, Vietnamese and Urdu, and a special NAIDOC Week explainer video in Arabic, English, Greek, Mandarin, Punjabi and Vietnamese.

Highlights of the multiplatform offering across the SBS network include:
Sounds of Solidarity
Saturday 6 July at 4.30pm on NITV

Returning for a special NAIDOC Week show, join hosts Naomi Wenitong, Jimblah and Andy Saunders for a three-hour program featuring some of the best Indigenous music and entertainment alongside thought-provoking chats. This edition of Sounds of Solidarity was filmed in Port Lincoln, South Australia, at Umeewarra Aboriginal Media Association.

National NAIDOC Week Awards Ceremony
Saturday 6 July from 7.30pm on NITV and ABC

Live from Tarndanya (Adelaide) on Kaurna Yerta, the awards will be hosted by acclaimed actor Rob Collins, proud Whadjuk Noongar woman, Network 10 and NITV presenter, Narelda Jacobs OAM, and comedian Steph Tisdell. ARIA award-winning musician Jessica Mauboy will headline the night’s entertainment.

The Awards recognise outstanding contributions made by Indigenous Australians to improve the lives of Indigenous peoples, promote Indigenous issues in the wider community and recognise First Nations excellence.

SBS Elder-in-Residence Oration presented by Rhoda Roberts AO with Stan Grant
Sunday July 7 at 6.30pm

Reflecting on the 2024 NAIDOC Theme: Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud, and filmed on Mabo Day 2024 – Rhoda Roberts AO, a proud Widjabul Wieybal woman from the Bundjalung Nation, delivers her second oration as SBS’s Elder–in-Residence. Rhoda is joined by prominent Wiradjuri journalist, Stan Grant, and features an in-depth interview where Grant speaks about wide-ranging issues including the state of the media today, world politics, and his personal journey. Torres Strait Islander actor and producer Aaron Fa’Aoso also gives a stirring introduction, paying tribute to Eddie “Koiki” Mabo.

NITV News
Monday to Thursday at 6.30pm and Saturday 13 July at 6.20pm on NITV and SBS On Demand

Covering NAIDOC events from across the week and sharing the latest news from the oldest living culture, join Mudburra and Wagadagam woman Natalie Ahmat, Worimi woman Breanna Holden and Yorta Yorta and Gunditjmara man Michael Rennie for NITV News. Supported by the team of NITV journalists, watch NITV News for stories from an Indigenous perspective, culminating on Friday 12 July with a special edition of Nula at 5.30pm, broadcast from the national NAIDOC host city, Adelaide.

Little J & Big Cuz
Weekdays from Monday 8 July at 6.05pm on NITV, ABC and on SBS On Demand.

Little J (Miranda Tapsell), he’s five and Big Cuz (Deborah Mailman), she’s nine. They’re a couple of First Nations Australian kids living with their Nanna (Ursula Yovich) and Old Dog (Aaron Fa’Aoso). Little J and Big Cuz are busy with the ups and downs of playground and classroom, and there’s always something surprising going on, whether it’s at school, in the backyard…or beyond. The gaps in Nanna’s ramshackle fence lead to Saltwater, Desert and Freshwater Country, and with the help of Nanna and their teacher Ms Chen (Renee Lim), Little J and Big Cuz are finding out about community, Country and culture.

The award-winning Little J & Big Cuz is a Ned Lander Media, Media World and Blue Rocket production for NITV and ABC Children’s Content. Major production investment from Screen Australia in association with the ABC and NITV. Financed with support from the Australia Children’s Television Foundation, VicScreen, the Tasmanian Government through Screen Tasmania and the Australian Council for Educational Research.

Available to stream for free on SBS On Demand, with captions available in English and subtitles in Arabic, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese. Episode versions are also available in Indigenous languages Kuku Yalanji and Kalaw Kawaw Ya. Watch a sneak peek here.

Sydney Opera House Presents: Generations and Dynasties
Monday 8 July at 9pm on NITV and SBS on Demand

Filmed at the iconic Sydney Opera House during a special evening of music, storytelling, and inspiration, join extraordinary father/daughter duo, the multi-award-winning country musician Troy Cassar-Daley, and his rising indie-pop star daughter Jem Cassar-Daley. Generations and Dynasties explores the rich tapestry of storytelling in First Nations culture, passed down from parents to children and among siblings. This is the third of three episodes, with one and two featuring the Jarrett family and the Briscoe sisters, available on SBS On Demand. Like the symbolic passing of the story stick, each episode reflects the importance of family, community, and culture. It’s a chance to honour these trailblazers and look at the creative journey across generations.

Living Black
Continues weekly on Mondays at 8.30pm on NITV and Tuesdays at 3.15pm on SBS. Also available on SBS On Demand.

Australia’s longest running Indigenous current affairs television program continues, featuring inspiring and influential people talking about their lives and careers. Join Walkley Award-winning journalist Karla Grant as she explores the issues affecting First Nations peoples through candid interviews and powerful investigations.

This year’s NAIDOC Week episode features Emily Wurramara, a singer from Groote Eylandt who can’t be contained by one genre. Grant interviews the talented musician about her life, new music, and how a house fire wouldn’t define her.

The Point: Road Trip
Weekly on Tuesdays at 7.30pm from 9 July on NITV, and on Friday 12 July at 2pm on SBS.

The Point is the home of First Nations perspectives. In this new season of panel discussions, the program becomes The Point: Road Trip, travelling the country to hear from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous Australians. Join proud Wuthathi and Meriam man and National Indigenous Affairs Editor, John Paul Janke, for honest and insightful discussions about the challenges facing Indigenous communities, as well as highlighting community led solutions to drive change. Whadjuk Noongar woman, Network Ten’s Narelda Jacobs OAM (10 News First: Midday and 10 News First: Afternoons) will feature in the program throughout the season. (For more information, please refer to The Point: Road Trip media release.)

Big Backyard Quiz
Saturday 13 July at 7.30pm on SBS, NITV and on SBS On Demand.

Hosted by Narelda Jacobs OAM and Steven Oliver, featuring a series of games and quiz rounds, test your knowledge about all aspects of the Australian experience – the people, the land, food, music and sport. Two teams of three fight it out to decide who will win! This comedic quiz show looks at the people and history of Australia through a Blak lens, the way we were not taught in school. Join team captains Barkaa and Dave Woodhead, and contestant panellists Tom Ballard, Ivan Aristeguieta, Tegan Higginbotham, and Nina Oyama. BBQ is executive produced by Anthony Watt (Spicks and Specks, Full Frontal) and Daniel Gallahar (NITV).

Throughout the week, SBS Food is proud to present NAIDOC themed episodes of The Cook Up with guest host Nornie Bero, premiering weekdays from Monday 8 July at 7pm. Special guests include AFL legend Nicky Winmar, bush food purveyor Sharon Winsor, Indigenous Literacy Foundation CEO Ben Bowen, ABC journalist and social media sensation Tom Forrest, also known as Outback Tom, and more.

SBS World Movies will host a curated collection of acclaimed Australian cinema telling Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ stories from Monday 8 to Friday 12 July at 9.30pm. This includes Australian Rules, The Furnace, The Tracker, Ten Canoes and We Are Still Here.

SBS On Demand will feature a hub dedicated to NAIDOC Week, showcasing all of the network’s content, including documentaries, movies, news and current affairs and more.

Students around Australia can discover more through SBS Learn’s popular NAIDOC Week education resource, authored by proud Yankunyjatjara, Kokatha and Wirangu woman Shelley Ware. This is the sixth National NAIDOC Week curriculum-aligned education resource developed by Shelley for SBS Learn. It is a valuable and culturally informed online teaching guide featuring activities, discussions and videos to enable teachers to embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into primary and secondary classrooms all year-round.

SBS’s National NAIDOC Week project proudly continues the work set out in SBS’s Elevate Reconciliation Action Plan 2022-2026 . This Plan outlines SBS’s commitment to reflecting, exploring and embedding First Nations stories, knowledges, cultures and languages across the network, and to connecting the oldest continuous culture on Earth with the newest Australians.

Around Australia, SBS and NITV are partnering with local communities to celebrate NAIDOC Week, with more information available on SBS’s cultural celebrations page.

You can read more about NAIDOC Week here.

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Decent line-up, no Big Mob Brekky this year?

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Nor last year

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Explore the strength and vitality of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures in classrooms this NAIDOC Week with SBS Learn

SBS Learn has launched its annual curriculum-aligned education resource for National NAIDOC Week (7 – 14 July), to support learning about First Nations cultures, knowledges, histories, and perspectives in classrooms across Australia.

This is SBS Learn’s sixth National NAIDOC Week education resource, once again authored by proud Yankunyjatjara, Kokatha and Wirangu educator, Shelley Ware. The resource explores this year’s NAIDOC Week theme**, Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud**, providing educators with a range of engaging activities for primary and secondary students, from Foundation to Year 10.

Available online, it features classroom-ready clips, questions and prompts to guide meaningful conversations, targeted reading lists, collaborative classroom activities, and more, equipping educators with tools and activities to engage students this NAIDOC Week. The resource will also be available as a colourful pdf for educators on June 25th.

Shelley Ware said: “This year’s NAIDOC theme celebrates the core of our community. We keep the fire burning in our hearts and souls and pass this passion and courage down to our young ones through storytelling, songs, cultures, traditions and ceremonies – I am delighted to once again extend this to classrooms with our new teaching resource. It’s been an honour to write the SBS Learn NAIDOC Week resources for the past six years and be a part of the teaching journey for educators across Australia.”

Liam, a secondary school English teacher in NSW, said: “SBS Learn’s NAIDOC Week resource provides me with the confidence to deliver First Nations content in the classroom. As a teacher, it is so important to use resources developed by First Nations educators, because their materials provide perspectives and insights that are often not present in the classroom.”

Each year, the SBS Learn resource is available to download for free from the SBS Learn website. Last year, there were more than 50,000 visits to the SBS Learn website for NAIDOC Week content with many thousands copies also downloaded. The 2024 resource – and all the previous SBS Learn NAIDOC Week materials – can also be used throughout the year to support teachers in the classroom.

During NAIDOC Week 2024, SBS and NITV will be championing First Nations perspectives and celebrating Blak excellence through a range of content across the network, with more details about this year’s line-up to be shared in the coming weeks.

SBS Learn’s NAIDOC Week resource proudly continues the work set out in SBS’s Elevate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) 2022-2026. The RAP outlines SBS’s commitment to reflecting, exploring and embedding First Nations stories, knowledges, cultures and languages across the network, and to connecting the oldest continuous culture on Earth with the newest Australians.

For more free Australian Curriculum aligned learning resources for teachers and educators, visit the SBS Learn website.

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Content London 2024 will be held from December 3 to 5.

Three new ground-breaking dramas coming to screens with fresh collection of Digital Originals underway

  • SBS, NITV and Screen Australia also announce five more short-form projects selected for further development.
  • Applications now open for the fifth year of the successful initiative backing emerging under-represented creatives.
  • Register for Digital Originals information webinar on 19 July.

SBS, National Indigenous Television (NITV) and Screen Australia have announced three new Australian series coming to screens through the successful Digital Originals initiative, with production underway for Moni in NSW, Moonbird in Tasmania and Warm Props in Western Australia.

An ongoing partnership between SBS, NITV and Screen Australia, Digital Originals aims to develop exciting, innovative and risk-taking short-form drama projects to premiere on SBS On Demand, SBS VICELAND and NITV, from emerging screen creatives who are currently under-represented in the sector.

Behind the scenes of filming Moni with (L-R) 1st AD, Tin Pang, creator and writer Taofia Pelesasa, and director Alana Hicks.

In Pasifika led series Moni, a gay Samoan man must reluctantly work out why his dead mother has unexpectedly plummeted from the heavens, and in doing so, learn to embrace his own truth. Led by creator, writer, and showrunner Taofia Pelesasa, director Alana Hicks, producer Nicole Coventry and executive producer Eliorah Malifa with Pelesasa Pics, the series explores identity, belonging and self-acceptance.

(L-R) Director, co-creator and co-writer, Nathan Maynard, co-creator, co-writer and producer Adam Thompson, and producer Catherine Pettman.

Moonbird is a co-production between the first-ever Tasmanian Aboriginal screen production company, Kutikina Productions, and Sheoak Films. Produced by Catherine Pettman and Adam Thompson, Moonbird explores the relationship between a recently sober father and his son who attempt to reconnect through a traditional muttonbirding season on a remote Tasmanian island. The compelling series is directed, co-created, and co-written by Nathan Maynard, and co-created and co-written by Adam Thompson.

Warm Props filming in WA last week with creator, director, and writer, Jub Clerc.

Warm Props takes audiences behind the scenes with Charlie, who returns to a chaotic film shoot in her hometown in Western Australia and must then face her past as her narcissistic boss threatens the stability of her career and personal life. The heartening series is brought to life by creator and writer Jub Clerc, co-writer Kimberly Benjamin, directed by Clerc and Benjamin, and produced by Jodie Bell for Ramu Productions.

Commissioning Editor, SBS Scripted, Nakul Legha, said: “We’re proud to be commissioning and developing such bold and ambitious scripted series that continue to raise the bar for Australian storytelling. The Digital Originals initiative consistently delivers award-winning, creatively brilliant series that have launched the careers of Australia’s most talented emerging and under-represented voices. We can’t wait for audiences to fall in love with Moni, Moonbird and Warm Props. And we’re thrilled to back the next wave of creatives in bringing their fresh and exciting stories to the screen.”

NITV Acting Head of Indigenous Commissioning and Production, Adam Manovic, added: “Digital Originals provides a unique platform for emerging First Nations creatives to showcase their innovation and share their stories. With incredible talent shining through in this latest announcement of commissions and development projects, we’re excited to see what new stories and voices will come through as applications open for 2024.”

Screen Australia Head of Online and Games, Lee Naimo , said: “Digital Originals is a flagship partnership that supports emerging creatives. It gives teams the tools to create online projects of scale in a way that isn’t seen anywhere else in the world and has uncovered talent from across Australia who have gone on to work on ground-breaking dramas. The pitches for the latest cohort were particularly impressive, and it’s so encouraging to see these teams take on board feedback during the workshop and apply it to their projects as they move forward.”

Head of Screen NSW, Kyas Hepworth, said: “Digital Originals is such a fantastic platform for under-represented voices and Screen NSW is excited to support Moni and the entire team. This project is a great example of the new wave of fresh and authentic voices coming from Western Sydney and I can’t wait to see the series come to life.”

Executive Manager of Screen Tasmania, Alex Sangston, said: “We have been working with the Moonbird team since the project’s inception and we’re thrilled to see it come to fruition. It is invaluable that palawa people can share their stories, cultural heritage and practices, and we’re proud to support that. Congratulations to Nathan Maynard, Adam Thompson, Catherine Pettman, Kutikina Productions and Sheoak Films on bringing a powerful and vital story the screen.”

CEO of Screenwest, Rikki Lea Bestall, said: “It’s wonderful to see another Western Australian series produced through this fantastic initiative, which enables talent to hone their creative voices and deliver innovative, contemporary scripted projects. We’re proud to be supporting this unique First Nations story – congratulations to Jub, Jodie, Kimba and the incredible cast and crew who brought this series to life in WA’s beautiful Kimberley region. We look forward to seeing Warm Props hit SBS and NITV soon!”

Loani Arman is Executive Producer for SBS on Moni, Moonbird and Warm Props, and has been working with and mentoring teams during the development and production of the projects.

As the Digital Originals initiative enters its fifth year, five projects have also been selected for further development from the 10 shortlisted teams who took part in an exclusive workshop hosted by Screen Australia, SBS and NITV in December 2023. Up to three will later be chosen for production funding and commissioning. The creative teams, and their projects, selected for further development, are:

Boundary’s End (QLD)

Two Blak Queens living in Meanjin’s West End are thrust into the unknown when their landlord dabbles in witchcraft, sending the young women on a quest to unblur the lines between fantasy and reality.

Writer/Directors: Miriam Dynevor and Makisha Broome

DisMISSable (VIC)

Disabled activist Alana has always hated her family’s obsession with the local Miss Sultanah Beauty Pageant, but her able-bodied sister Nicky would do anything to save it… So when its financial backing is cut and Nicky makes it ‘disabled-only’ in a secret ploy for diversity funding, Alana enters to burn down this supposed family legacy once and for all.

Producer: Hannah Ngo (Lazy Susan Films)

Writers: Artemis Munoz and Rhian Wilson Ruge

Director: Alistair Baldwin

Fish Boi (NSW)

A disgraced sneaker hustler takes the leap to save his parents’ bankrupt Filipino mini-mart to reclaim his family’s respect – by going all-in on setting up the biggest underground fish delivery hustle in Western Sydney.

Producers: Robertino Zambrano, Dulce Aguilar, Gabrielle Joosten (KAPWA Studioworks)

Writer/Director: Robertino Zambrano

Lingered (NSW)

When trans man Darcy returns to his regional hometown to help his estranged mother Nora, he discovers that someone unexpected from his past has been living in his family home since the day he left.

Producer: Cyna Strachan,

Executive Producer: Liam Heyen (Mad Ones Films)

Writer: AP Pobjoy

Little Korea (QLD)

Two migrant Korean women spiral out of control when they become locked into a battle between their restaurants.

Producer: Lark Lee (Lark Films)

Writers/Directors: Lark Lee and Katrina Irawati Graham

The announcement of this latest wave of Digital Originals comes as applications open for another round of the initiative for 2024 from today. Applications are open until 5pm AEST, Thursday 15 August 2024, and can be made with Screen Australia, here. To read the full guidelines, click here.


Screen Australia, SBS and NITV will also host a Digital Originals information webinar on 19 July. Applicants are encouraged to attend and hear from SBS Scripted Commissioning Editor, Nakul Legha, Acting Head of Indigenous Commissioning and Production at NITV, Adam Manovic, and Screen Australia Head of Online and Games, Lee Naimo, about the history of Digital Originals and what Screen Australia, SBS and NITV are looking for in this current round, followed by a Q&A.

  • Date: Friday 19 July 2024
  • Time: 10 – 11am AEST
  • Register: Click here
  • Accessibility: An Auslan interpreter will be made available for the webinar. If you would like to discuss this or other accessibility requirements, please contact Online@screenaustralia.gov.au or call 1800 507 901.
  • A recording of this webinar will be made available on the Screen Australia website soon after.

The Digital Originals initiative was created to elevate talent historically under-represented in the sector, including people who identify as culturally and linguistically diverse, First Nations Australians, people with disability, female and gender diverse, LGBTQIA+; and those who are located in regional and remote areas. It continues to prove itself as an effective pathway for creators to advance their skills, and as a launch-pad for their projects to attract local interest and break into international markets.

Most recently, Night Bloomers premiered in October 2023, with creator Andrew Uni Lee winning an Australian Writers’ Guild Award for Best Web Series. That followed Appetite in April 2023 which was selected as one of 10 series in the Short Form Competition at Canneseries 2023, and was also nominated for a Rose d’Or. Latecomers premiered in December 2022 and won the 2024 AACTA Award for Best Online Drama or Comedy, and was also featured in the Short Forms Competition at Series Mania in 2023.

Alumni of Digital Originals have also gone on to take on key creative roles across SBS Original drama series and elsewhere in the industry, including Mohini Herse (Appetite) who is set-up Director for the upcoming SBS Original Four Years Later*,* producer Liam Heyen (Latecomers, Erotic Stories), director Madeleine Gottlieb (Latecomers, Erotic Stories), Stevie Cruz-Martin (The Tailings, Safe Home), as well as Corrie Chen and Michelle Law (Homecoming Queens), and Dylan River (Robbie Hood). More information about Digital Originals is available here. The initiative is one of the many delivered by SBS designed to improve inclusion in the screen industry. Read more about this work here.

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