Smashed Films Launch in Roebourne

December 8, 2015
On Friday night 27 November, over 200 people gathered at the Roebourne Amphitheatre for a community event that showcased the talent of Ieramargadu’s young people. The event was the official launch of Smashed Films, a 4 months project funded by Mawarnkarra Health Service and run... Read more

New Project – SMASHED

October 8, 2015
Producer Angela Prior, recent addition to the Yijala Yala Project team, has hit the ground running with our brand new project SMASHED. SMASHED is an inter-generational film project directed and produced by young men and women in Roebourne WA, to create professional quality short films... Read more

Yijala Yala films on national TV

June 15, 2015
We are so proud to announce that 18 of the short films created by Yijala Yala Project with the Roebourne community will be screened on national television! Over the next three months NITV (National Indigenous Television) will be showing their pick of our films as... Read more

Celebrating four years of the Yijala Yala Project

May 5, 2015
The last four years of the Yijala Yala project have been jam-packed with comics, iPad apps, films, music, theatre, dance and all measures of artistic success! Those successes belong to the community of Roebourne and recently we came together to celebrate our achievements to date.... Read more

Flickerfest

January 11, 2015
The good news keeps coming for our documentary film ‘How Do We Get To Space?‘ As 2014 came to a close we found out that it was selected to screen at Flickerfest 2015 as part of the Best of Documentary program. A big honour and a... Read more