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Voted in FourFourTwo’s “Top 5 Must See Before You Die”

A recent trip abroad meant I could pop into the Newslink at the airport and pick up a copy of the December 2012 edition of the British FourFourTwo. Imagine my delight and surprise upon reading that the good folks at this fine magazine have recommended No Apologies as one of the five must see before […]

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In 2010, Kyah Simon and Lydia Williams became the first two Indigenous women to win international football honours when both were part of the Matilda’s victorious 2010 Aisa Cup campaign. In 2011, in Germany, both girls became the first two Indigenous women to play together in a World Cup Finals. “No Apologies” tells the story […]

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Kyah and Lydia’s thoughts of the doco?

At our screening in Sydney we asked Kyah and Lydia what they both thought of the documentary. Watch these videos to see what they had to say. We’d love to hear what you think of our documentary after it airs this Wednesday (16 May) on NITV at 7.30pm WST / 9.30pm EST. Either post a […]

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No Apologies to Air

We are very pleased to announce that “No Apologies” will have its first screening in Australia on PayTv on May 16th. Rather appropriately it will be airing at 2130(EST) on National Indigenous Television. It is a great honour to all involved with “No Apologies” that this channel in particular has chosen to air our film, […]

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Sydney Screening

Sunday evening saw us screen “No Apologies” in Sydney for Kyah and Lydia’s families as well as some key supporters. We had struggled to find a venue on a Sunday evening and were a fortnight ago recommended the Oxford Art Factory, as obviously we were not that familiar with Sydney. “Camera 2” and I arrived […]

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