The Blonde Indian, is a documentary which I’m producing, that follows the chronicles by Bolivian photojournalist Samy Schwartz, as filmed by Samy, of an indigenous march to protect rainforest homelands. This foot march began on August 15, 2011 and took several months to complete. It started in the rainforests of Tipnis, Bolivia and culminated in the… Read More Samy Schwartz – The Blonde Indian
The popularity of cooking shows, the emergence of “master” chefs, celebrity chefs, wanna be chefs has become the norm in our popular culture, and I get it, I totally get it, food is delicious, what’s not to like. But, where are the shows about people who hate cooking? As I sit here it’s lunchtime and… Read More A Mystery Ingredient?
On January 26 Australians awaken to exclamations of happiness and expectations for happiness. This is soon followed by remembrance of the effect of this devastating historical date on the indigenous peoples of this land prior to British settlement. Whilst in some sectors that feeling will linger, in others it will be washed aside with a… Read More Defining Happiness on Australia Day