NITV and Metro Screen are proud to announce the screening of documentary Birubi by Alicia Mathieson on NITV as part of the Our Stories, Our Way, Every Day series.
Synopsis: Birubi is the traditional name for Stockton Beach, which is a 32km stretch from Stockton to Anna Bay. It has a huge cultural significance for the area. The earliest inhabitants of the beach were the Worimi tribe, the traditional owners of Port Stephens who spoke the Gathang language. Birubi is about the cultural history of Stockton Beach
Our Stories, Our Way, Every Day is NITV’s landmark series of mini documentaries, digital song-lines produced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander filmmakers and organisations from emerging, remote and regional areas.
NITV, Thursday 6 August at 6:30pm EST.
Birubi was developed, funded and produced by Metro Screen’s Lester Bostock Documentary program and commissioned by NITV.