Indigenous Video Production

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Culturally respectful Indigenous video production. Moonshine Agency specializes in working in close collaboration with communities to create videos in first languages.  And incorporating local cultural metaphors as approriate. 

Moonshine Agency is proud to specialize in Indigenous video production services.  So we have worked closely with numerous communities across the top end and in Victoria.  The purpose is to create stories that move Australia forward. We believe reconciliation must be the top priority for modern Australia.  And we want to help shape a better future.

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Storytelling in first languages

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“Racism is killing the Australian dream. But we are better than that.” ~ Stan Grant

Winner. Best Documentary Feature. Global Independent Film Awards.

Winner. Best Short Documentary Film. Horizon Interactive Awards.

They take great care to understand their clients and the scope of work, and for us, delivered a piece that was beyond what we could have hoped for.


Ed Tudor

Executive Director, Melbourne Indigenous Transition School (MITS)

The Moonshine Agency team helped us storyboard, film and produce powerful films about promoting greater equity in access to cancer services around the world. Every detail was well planned, and turned what could have been a daunting, time consuming project into an exciting opportunity to showcase our work.


Micaela Neumann

Advocacy Manager, Union for International Cancer Control (UICC)

Highly recommend Moonshine Agency. They helped shape our vision on how to tell our story and delivered an amazing result. Mike and Sue are great to work with, professional, creative, respectful and committed to making a difference.
Leigh Hardingham

Social Procurement and Inclusion Manager, West Gate Tunnel Project

Culturally respectful communication.  This is a key aspect of sharing knowledge and reconciliation.

Moonshine Agency has had the pleasure of collaborating with numerous first Australian communities in the Northern Territory and Victoria.

These projects rely on a basis of trust, honesty and authenticity. We are thankful to be guided by gifted cultural liaisons and linguists. We’re appreciative of the guidelines provided by Screen Australia.  This provides guidance to pathways and protocols in storytelling with Indigenous communities.

A spirit of recognition and reconciliation informs our work in this area. 

We are committed to helping close the gap on Indigenous disadvantage.

Be it collaborating with Indigenous thought-leaders and artists.  Or advocating for health equity or celebrating achievements in Indigenous education.  Moonshine Agency is committed to helping close the gap on Indigenous disadvantage within a generation.

We are encouraged by the findings of an evaluation of Moonshine Agency’s Take Heart project on Rheumatic Heart Disease.  Because this clearly shows that our contributions are making a real impact.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Storytelling is Important.

Community-led efforts across the country designed to improve opportunities, health and educational outcomes of Indigenous Australians never fail to inspire us.

We are passionate about Indigenous video production.  And the opportunities afforded by storytelling in first languages with local metaphors.

We hope to continue our fruitful collaborations with communities in this area.


This TV Commercial for Take Heart inspired government action to prevent Rheumatic Heart Disease (RHD).

Creating New Opportunities for Aboriginal People.  This is a film in a Social Inclusion series called Improving Communities Together for the West Gate Tunnel Project.

This film reflects the inspirational experiences of graduates from the Melbourne Indigenous Transition School.

Creating a culture of change.

Moonshine Agency is more than a supplier of Indigenous video production services.  Consequently, the company sees itself as an agent of change.  And it facilitates this change by activating audiences.

Moonshine Agency spearheaded an initiative to build a commanding Facebook presence on the Take Heart Project in 2018. We then worked with a variety of partners, including ANTaR, to activate that audience in 2019. 

Over 35 events around the country were staged around National Close the Gap Day in 2019. 

We are proud to host a flagship event at Melbourne’s Federation Square on National Close the Gap Day to inspire governments. Our goal was to facilitate the launch of a comprehensive Rheumatic Heart Disease (RHD) prevention program.  And as a result, to stop 2 young people dying from preventable RHD each week.

Health Equity.

These efforts were largely successful.  Resulting in a coalition government commitment of $35 million towards an RHD vaccine. Similarly, $33 million was pledged by the Labor Government to prevent RHD on the ground.

At Moonshine Agency, we strongly believe in health equity. Until the 10-year life expectancy gap between first and other Australians is closed, our work will continue.


Embracing First Languages

This important health message on Acute Rheumatic Fever is told in Yolgnu Matha. This is one of 15 first language versions of this Take Heart film.

Empowering Communities

Meet the parents of students at Melbourne Indigenous Transition School (MITS).  And discover how they are empowered by a new approach to education.

Speaking Truth to Power

This films tells the story of the Brown family from Maningrida, West Arnhem Land.  It is part of the Take Heart series.

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