Application for filming/recording/photographing/researching/blogging/news gathering at Yuendumu and/or on Yuendumu Aboriginal Lands Trust

Please watch the video below for an introduction to media protocol in Aboriginal communities.

Reporting in Aboriginal Communities Protocol from PAW Media on Vimeo.

 

Please refer to the Guide to Media Protocol for more information.

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Question 1 What content is proposed to be gathered at Yuendumu?
 
Question 2 Where is that content to be gathered within Yuendumu?
 
Question 3 Who is proposed to be the subject of the activity/ies?
 
Question 4 What are the dates of your visit? Indicate specifically which of those dates will include the proposed activity.
 
Question 5 Who are the crew members?
 
Question 6 Where is the content to be shown/distributed once produced?
 
Question 7 Which Aboriginal people (please give names) have been consulted with already within Yuendumu and what agreements have been reached if any?
 
Question 8 Where and for how long will you be staying at Yuendumu?
 
Question 9 Are you agreeable to having a cultural liaison person at a fee of $150 per day with you at all times during the activity?
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 no
 
Question 10 Are you agreeable to paying PAW Media an administration/coordinatination fee of $250 per day of production in the community?
 yes
 no
 
Question 11 Are you agreeable to lodging sections of your production/research/photographs/blog content/investigation relevant to Yuendumu with the Warlpiri Media Keeping Place (our 30 year old archive)?
 yes
 no
 
Question 12 Have you filmed, photographed or recorded in Yuendumu before? If so when and what was the content?
 
Question 13 If you haven’t filmed/recorded in Yuendumu before what work have you done with Aboriginal people from Central Australia before this?
 
Question 14 Are you agreeable to having a cultural briefing session prior to commencing filming/recordingphotographing/writing?
 yes
 no
 
Question 15 What level of support, if any, do you need from PAW Media?
 
Question 16 How will your production benefit the Warlpiri people of Yuendumu?
 
Question 17 Are you prepared to accept Aboriginal direction at all times during your production/project in relation to what can and can’t be filmed/recorded/photographed/published due to cultural protocols?
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 no
 
Question 18 Are you prepared to share copyright of the Yuendumu material with PAW Media? This effectively makes PAW Media a co-producer in your production for the purposes of on going cultural management of the production - refer Guide to Media Protocol.
 yes
 no
 
Question 19 Are you prepared to acknowledge the Warlpiri people of Yuendumu in acknowledgements/credits?
 yes
 no
 
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