Gangalidda political leader Clarence Walden is known throughout the Carpentaria region as one of the most important intellectual figureheads alive today.
In this extraordinary, confronting and at times inspiring documentary, Clarence takes us on a journey through the hardships of growing up in the 1950s and 60s on the remote Doomadgee Mission in the Gulf of Carpentaria.
His story was captured by the Writing & Society Research team, who travelled to remote Queensland to record Clarence in discussion with award-winning Indigenous writer Alexis Wright.
Day passes also available
This event is supported by the Writing & Society Research Centre of Western Sydney University.