Interdisciplinary artist Rachael Romero is currently creating the Magdalene Laundry Diary drawings for her forthcoming film. Here she shares some more images from her work in progress.
View the latest film by Rachael Romero depicting, through drawings and poetry, her experiences at The Pines in South Australia.
Singer/songwriter Leanne Hawkins who spent time in St Michael's, in Bathurst. Here you can view her latest video clip for her song 'Momma'.
'No longer a number - my name is Rosie'. Rosie grew up as number 20280. Her experience as a state ward left her with post-traumatic stress disorder. She's now in recovery and a Remembered Australian and has made a short film about her experiences.
ABC-TV's 7.30 program reports on the soon-to-be released film Oranges and Sunshine.
You can access the preview to Oranges and Sunshine, the forthcoming movie about the work of Margaret Humphreys and the establishment of the Child Migrants Trust on YouTube.
In 1950 Brisbane City Mission made this film about Westbrook Farm Home in order to promote its charity work.
In these videos, Rhonda Trivett details some of her experiences from the age of 13, from 1974 – 1981, when she was interned in the maximum security adult ward (Osler House), in Wolston Park Hospital and her call for current reforms.
In her short film In the Shadow of Eden, filmmaker Rachael Romero comes to grips with the physical, sexual and emotional abuse she suffered at the hands of her religion-fixated father while growing up in rural South Australia. The film includes memories of her time in the Good Shepherd Sisters' laundry at The Pines in Plympton, Adelaide.
Oranges and Sunshine, a film produced in 2010 and directed by Jim Loach, tells the story of Margaret Humphreys who brought public awareness to the British child migration scheme and who later established the Child Migrants Trust.