We are pleased to announce that this year’s recipient is Reckless Eye Productions for the documentary BEYOND SORRY (in production) about Aboriginal and settler descendants coming together to confront legacies of violence from Australia’s pastoral frontier. Read more …

This is an extremely important piece of work that broaches cross-cultural legacies of the past and lies at the heart of the Peace Foundation’s values and aspirations, reflecting our strong commitment to reconciliation and justice for first Australians.

In the spirit of the Uluru Statement from the Heart, we are honoured to support this significant film. Recommended for viewing see the trailer here.

Reckless Eye’s Malcolm McKinnon is an Australian artist, filmmaker, curator and ghost-wrangler working mainly in the realms of social history and digital media. Over the past thirty years his work has encompassed documentary filmmaking, oral history, urban planning, public and community art projects, critical writing and exhibitions. Much of his work is produced with and for rural and regional communities.

Beyond Sorry is a collaborative project with Jared Thomas and others for ABC TV and the South Australian Museum.

We look forward to organising an official award presentation ceremony in the New Year – details to be announced.