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One Voice Many Stories

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posted on 2024-06-18, 04:28 authored by SHANNON OWENSHANNON OWEN, Mary Tomsic, Anna Dollard
This series of video portraits uses documentary filmmaking & co-creation methodologies to develop counter-narratives to the mainstream media representation of Australian South Sudanese Youth in Victoria. Created in 2018 when negative media reporting was disproportionately focused on young South Sudanese Victorians and so-called 'African gangs', the project engaged young Australians of South Sudanese descent in a series of mentored capacity building workshops focused on documentary production techniques. The resulting individual authored pieces to camera offer a unique insight into the lived experiences of South Sudanese Youth in Victoria.

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  • Recorded or Rendered Work

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  • Recorded or Rendered Work : Audio / visual recording

Place

Melbourne Australia

Venue

Voiceless Journeys Exhibition, City of Yarra Town Hall.

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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs9YWBtqp5EPUVz7OUdqhHw

Start Date

2018-02-20

End Date

2019-12-02

Medium

Audio Visual Recording

Research Statement

This series of video portraits uses documentary filmmaking & co-creation methodologies to develop counter-narratives to the mainstream media representation of Australian South Sudanese Youth in Victoria. Created in 2018 when negative media reporting was disproportionately focused on young South Sudanese Victorians and so-called 'African gangs', the project engaged young Australians of South Sudanese descent in a series of mentored capacity building workshops focused on documentary production techniques. The resulting individual authored pieces to camera offer a unique insight into the lived experiences of South Sudanese Youth in Victoria. The One Voice Many Stories Video works have been published on the Kids Own Publishing YouTube Channel where they have had 1449 views. Screened alongside Voiceless Journeys exhibition at City of Yarra Town Hall in May 2019, and invited to screen as part of the City of Yarra Refugee Settlement Forum.

Size or Duration of Work

27min 34sec

Affiliation

Shannon Owen, University of Melbourne

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