Over 30 short documentary videos from the Interplay Project are embedded in the Interplay Wellbeing Framework, also available at the Interplay Youtube Channel.
These are available for use in any education or other applications that promotes the wellbeing meaning behind the messages. The videos are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
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Marcus Lacey reveals the significance of working on the house rebuilding program after the Cyclone in Galiwin'ku, Elcho Island, NT.
Musician Manuel Dhurrkay from the Saltwater Band explains how singing, dancing and playing music makes people proud of their culture.
This short documentary reveals the complexity of Aboriginal culture in remote Australia. It also suggests that connecting with culture - through being on country, speaking in language, and practising culture in the everyday - improves the wellbeing of Aboriginal people living in remote Australia.
Aboriginal Ranger Fiona Marika explains the importance of bi-lingual education in strengthening cultural knowledge.
This video presents a range of perspectives on what can improve education outcomes for Aboriginal kids living in remote Australia.
Shot on location in Arnhem Land, Yolngu man Gathapura Mununggurr speaks about working on country, and how his identity is intricately tied to his culture, history and homelands.
Katherine artist and musician Tom E. Lewis speaks of his strong spiritual connection to country.