The epic battle for justice by the families of three Aboriginal children murdered 30 years ago in a rural NSW town. A microcosm of the systemic racism inside the justice system.
Allan Clarke is an award-winning investigative journalist and filmmaker whose work focuses on the relationship between the justice system and the Aboriginal community. In 2018, his six-year investigation into the death of Aboriginal teenager Mark Haines culminated with the ABC podcast and two-part Australian Story Blood On The Tracks and the police reopening the case. His previous work includes hosting NITV’s The Point, senior reporter for SBS’s Living Black program and reporter for ABC News. He also created the NITV series Cold Justice (2018).
After renting, the film will be available in your account to watch at any time during the Festival viewing window; from 12th November, 12 PM – 21st November, 11.59 PM.