Produced for Madjulla Inc., Broome, this film makes a case for the Mardoowarra (Fitzroy River, Kimberley), and its social, environmental, and cultural importance to Nyikina People. The beginning of the film features a voice-over read by Mark Coles Smith, speaking as the river itself. The film was launched and screened during the visit of Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, the UN Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, in Broome. A previous version of it was screened at the International Tribunal on the Rights of Nature in Brisbane in October 2016, for the Mardoowarra/Fitzroy River (Western Australia) versus the Federal and WA Governments Case. 

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