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National Archives of Australia includes The Lost Souls

The National Archives of Australia contacted me earlier this year with the prospect of some very exciting news: “Following the national apology by former prime minister Julia Gillard on 21 March 2013, the National Archives has established a project team to deliver a website, exhibition and education program that meets the objectives of: increasing awareness and understanding of experiences of individuals affected by forced adoption practices; and identifying and sharing experiences of forced adoption.” I

The Lost Souls wins award

  The Lost Souls was entered into the Best Shorts Competition in California under the section of Liberation/Social Justice/Protest in April of this year (2013). We’re all really excited to announce that it has won an Award of Merit in this category. Details of the award can be found here: Best Shorts Website

DVD Release – The Lost Souls

The Lost Souls The Premiere Special Features – Behind The Scenes; Trailer – The Lost Souls; Trailer – Premiere Selection of products and payment can be made by clicking on the Shopfront link below. Choose from PayPal, Visa card, Cheque or Australian Money Order. With your help, all sales from the film will go towards the making of “Primal Wound”. I hope you enjoy the film as much as we enjoyed making it. Thankyou for

Federal Apology on forced Adoptions

Prime Minister Julia Gillard has set a date for a formal apology to those affected by forced adoption practices from the 1950s to the 1970s. The apology comes after a landmark inquiry by the Federal Senate, which found up to 250,000 babies were forcibly taken from their mothers, who were mostly young and unmarried. The Federal Government has confirmed Ms Gillard will deliver the apology at Parliament House on March 21, 2013. Federal Apology for

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