PY Media Wins Archival Indigenous Remote Archival Fellowship

Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Media (PY Media) has been selected as the 2016 recipient of the Indigenous Remote Archival Fellowship, which will empower us to archive and preserve our invaluable audiovisual collection.

Through this opportunity we will be able to learn the skills to look after the incredibly important collection of video and audio resources that back to the early 1970s. Many other organisations applied for this fellowship however PY Media won this opportunity and will be sending three Anangu to Canberra to work with AIATSIS and the NFSA and develop the skills to care for, catalogue and make available to the community of APY the resources that make up much of the historical cultural record of the forebears.

Stay tuned to find out more about this exciting and important opportunity.

2016-12-08T01:59:47+00:0019th October, 2016|Language Services, Radio, Video|

PY Media In-House Video Productions

Here is senior traditional elder Ginger Wikilyiri in character giving a small and very natural performance in between filming at Wami Kata. Ginger talks about waking his spears and sharpening his boomerangs in preparation for the morning’s hunting expedition. This is a snap shot into traditional practices that have all but passed from memory…..

2016-06-22T06:18:19+00:0022nd June, 2016|Video|

DPTI & PY Media Waste Management Film Production

We are very to pleased to show the products from a recent project between PY Media and the Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure about waste management on the APY Lands.

The three videos present viewers with a story about the changing times, contemporary issues and our ability to work together to manage a universal issue, waste, here on the APY Lands.

This was a professional production that presented challenges and the success of which relied upon the innovation, creativity and clarity of vision of the cast and crew.


2016-10-19T03:39:19+00:0022nd June, 2016|Video|
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