This 2.5-hour film shows Aboriginal artist Allery Sandy creating a mesmerising dot-work painting of the Pilbara, the region in north Western Australia she calls home. Marni translates to 'marking' in Yindjibarndi.
Filmed over three weeks as she worked on the piece, Marni also features drone footage of the landscape and narration by Sandy (with subtitles) combined with a beautiful relaxing soundtrack.
This is a viewing experience for those who enjoy watching events unfold in real time, and one that offers a unique look at our nation and its centuries old heritage.
- Release dates
- 23 January 2020 - Australia
- G - general
- David Bridie
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