This Movie is no longer available here.

Request Online Screening

Moogy's Yuki| 26mins
Director: Jennifer Lyons-Reid | Producer: Carl Kuddell
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: Australia
Subject Tags: australia, community, earth as mother, indigenous rights, oceania
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
This evocative documentary follows the making of the first traditional Ngarrindjeri / Boandik tree canoe on Boandik country in over 100 years. It was an amazing process to work with three generations of Ngarrindjeri participants and witness them reclaiming their traditional culture, led by Ngarrindjeri Elder Major Moogy Sumner. The result is a very engaging tool to start discussions on cultural transmission.
Request DVD:
You may purchase the DVD of this film directly from this StoryTeller/Producer. Please visit.

Send funds to team of this film/project:
NOTE: 100% of your funds are sent directly from here.

Contact/inquire about this film-project:

Carl Kuddell



This storyteller has yet to share/set a wallet for the direct fund transfers.

Shall we send an email request on your behalf?

Human Life:
Human Community:
Human Exploration:

The online film archive supports schools, universities, NGOs and other civil-service organizations across the globe on the principle of gift-economy. Watch films (documentaries, short films, talks & more) and promote filmmakers. Join this community of soulful storytellers from myriad cultures, in their mission to promote global consciousness. Empower their willful hearts, who see the future to be united and harmonious, who aspire for the wellbeing of all. Support learning about the ‘self’, culture, nature and the eternal soul – the evolution of life.
Support the humanity in the process of becoming ‘that’...

© 2024 Culture Unplugged. Serving Since 2007.
Promoting our collective consciousness through stories from across the planet!

Consciousness Matters!