National NAIDOC has proudly partnered with Netflix to help highlight Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander content across the streaming service during NAIDOC Week 2020.
Across NAIDOC Week, Netflix will ‘share the mic’ by pointing to Indigenous stories on Netflix, NITV/SBS, and ABC iView.
These include a wide variety of award-winning TV shows, movies, documentaries, and exciting new and live content including NITV’s Big Mob Brekky and SBS/NITV’s Stand Up and Be Counted NAIDOC Concert Special.
National NAIDOC Co-Chairs Pat Thompson and John Paul Janke warmly welcomed the partnership, acknowledging that will ensure more Australians can see and enjoy the stories, voices and amazing work of our First Nations directors, producers and writers.
“There are over 11 million Australians that have a Netflix subscription in their household who will enjoy our stories told our way.”
“They are works that challenge this country’s narrative and spark conversations,” they said.
The titles being highlighted during NAIDOC Week are:
- Wrong Kind Of Black
- Sweet Country
- Mad Bastards
- Satellite Boy
- Our Law
- The Sapphires
- Top End Wedding
NITV and SBS ON DEMAND
- Big Mob Brekky
- Going Places with Ernie Dingo
- Rabbit-Proof Fence
- Total Control
- Black Comedy
- Dark Place