Six households. One suburb.
Redfern Now explores contemporary inner city Indigenous life. Over six extraordinary episodes, the series portrays life in the suburb of Redfern in Sydney, New South Wales. 'Family', 'Joyride', 'Raymond', 'Stand Up', 'Sweet Spot' and 'Pretty Boy Blue' offer compelling and challenging stories of ordinary people whose lives are changed by a quirk of fate.
Redfern Now is the first drama series written, directed and produced by Indigenous Australians.
For students in Years 9–10, Redfern Now has relevance to units of work in the learning areas of English and History and addresses the cross-curriculum priority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures. The series can also be used to teach the general capabilities of Intercultural Understanding and Ethical Behaviour.
For students in Years 11–12, Redfern Now has relevance to units of work in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Australian History, Cultural Studies, English, Health and Human Development, Literature, Media, Religion and Society, and Sociology.
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