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Seen through the eyes of Indigenous prisoners at Victoria's Fulham Correctional Centre, The Art of Incarceration is an award-winning documentary that explores how art and culture can empower First Nations people to transcend their unjust cycles of imprisonment.
This narrative documentary both analyses and humanises the over-representation of Indigenous Australians within the prison system, while seeking answers and striving toward solutions.
From deep inside Victoria's Fulham Correctional Centre the artists complete their works while painting the audience a contemporary insight into the deeply ingrained incarceration epidemic of Australia's First Peoples.
The film is an uncompromising insight into the inmates' quest for cultural identity and spiritual healing as they prepare for the annual Confined exhibition and life on the outside.
Running time: 81 mins
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