Films By Steven McGregor

The fans knew him as the "black Mick Jagger". His band kick-started Aboriginal rock, releasing the first ever Aboriginal-language rock songs in the mainstream. His name was George Rrurrambu and this is his story. ... Back in 1981 George Rrurrambu and his Warumpi Band burst out of the Northern Territory's red heart and straight into Australian rock history. Unashamedly political and driven by the f... Read more
A remarkable true story of courage and survival in the Australian outback during World War II. ... In 1941, all the white women and children were evacuated from Darwin ahead of the anticipated Japanese invasion. But for the Methodists from the mission on nearby Croker Island, evacuation would mean leaving behind the 95 Aboriginal children who had been placed in their care. Refusing to abandon the ... Read more
McGregor's observational documentary explores a close relationship between two brothers, Aaron and Vinnie Pedersen. Aaron has established a successful career as a prominent TV actor. Following the death of their Nana, Daphne Hele, he has been responsible for the care of Vinnie, a thirty-four year old with a mild intellectual disability and cerebral palsy. This intimate documentary crosses all cult... Read more
Herein lies the secret history of slavery in Australia. ... During the time of the Stolen Generations, thousands upon thousands of Aboriginal girls were taken from their families and pressed into domestic servitude by the Australian Government. They were supposedly employed as servants, but with total control over their movements, wages and living conditions, their lives all too frequently became ... Read more
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