Indigenous Hip Hop Projects
Batchelor – Raise awareness of FASD
Tennant Creek – Alcohol it affects your babies
Fitzroy Crossing – Fitzroy Hip Hop
Fitzroy Crossing – Standing Strong
Indigenous Community Television
No safe amount - the growing brain
No safe amount - Ititjara (available in English and Pitjantjatjara)
Videos produced in New South Wales
FASD - Youth
This video follows two Indigenous comedians talking with youth about the risks of drinking in pregnancy and FASD (NSW Health, 2016). This video follows two Indigenous comedians talking with youth about the risks of drinking in pregnancy and FASD (NSW Health, 2016).
FASD - Professional
This video is designed to help health professionals working with Indigenous communities to discuss the issue of drinking alcohol in pregnancy and FASD (NSW Health, 2016). This video is designed to help health professionals working with Indigenous communities to discuss the issue of drinking
FASD - Men
This video shares the stories of Indigenous men talking about the risks of drinking in pregnancy and FASD (NSW Health, 2016). This video shares the stories of Indigenous men talking about the risks of drinking in pregnancy and FASD
FASD - Community
This video shares the stories of Indigenous women talking about the risks of drinking in pregnancy and FASD (NSW Health, 2016). This video shares the stories of Indigenous women talking about the risks of drinking in pregnancy and FASD
Videos produced in the Northern Territory
Barkly Fights FASD
This innovative video uses puppets and provides a child friendly approach to the issue of consuming alcohol while pregnant. Produced by the Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal Corporation and FARE (2013).
Grog in Pregnancy
In this video series produced by the Katherine West Health Board (2021), community members share information with one another about drinking alcohol and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.
Videos produced in Victoria
Strong Boorais, Bright Futures - Keeping Healthy During Pregnancy
Video aimed at supporting Aboriginal women to reduce and/or quit drugs and alcohol. Produced by the Australian Alcohol and Drug Foundation and the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (2015). Video aimed at supporting Aboriginal women to reduce and/or quit drugs and alcohol.
Videos produced in Queensland
Keep your baby healthy - It's in your hands
Apunipima Cape York Health Council (2017)
An informative flipchart video about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)
Videos produced in Western Australia
Marninwarntikura Fitzroy Women’s Resource Centre Marulu Strategy – Videos
- Marulu Strategy: Making FASD History – About FASD
- Variety – the Children’s Charity & Kimberley Diamond Company – supporting the Marulu Strategy
- Emily Carter speaks about family and culture
- Closing the gap – Dr James Fitzpatrick TedXPerth
- Aboriginal trauma, foetal alcohol spectrum disorder and the juvenile justice system a volatile cocktail
- ‘In the face of overwhelming evidence, let’s get real’ – excepts of the presentation by June Oscar and Professor Elizabeth Elliott at the Nulungu Talking Heads event at Notre Dame in Broome, Western Australia (25 November 2015)
In 2007 a group of Aboriginal women from the Fitzroy Valley in Australia's remote north west came together to fight for a future. The results were inspring and the healing has now begun.
If you would like a copy of this DVD please the contact the Marninwarntikura Fitzroy Women’s Resource Centre or email the FASD Hub.
Tristan: Hopes, dreams and challenges of a young boy living with FASD
Tristan tells the story of a 12 year old boy born with FASD. The film is both confronting and couregeous.
If you would like a copy of this DVD please contact the Marninwarntikura Fitzroy Women’s Resource Centre.
Bega Garnbirringu – Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Short video produced by Bega Garnbirringu in Kalgoorlie (July 2016) advising that no alcohol in pregnancy is the safest choice, with a short message on 'what is FASD'.
Videos produced by Telethon Kids Institute
Produced by Telethon Kids Institute a series of seven videos tell the stories of communities, children living with FASD and their families (2016). Only five of the videos are featured here
This video provides an overview of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Marulu FASD Prevention Strategy at WA's Fitzroy Crossing
Jadnah is a young community leader in Fitzroy Crossing and she talks about her experiences and how FASD is affecting children and young people, and the diffculties it places on the community.
This video highlights the issue of facial features and that most children don't look different and FASD can be seen as an invisible disability. Also focuses on importance of diagnosis for children, family and school.
Lillie was born with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). In this video, learn how early intervention and diagnosis can give children like Lillie the best quality of life.
This video features Tilly and looks at the impact on remote Western Australian communities
Making FASD History in the Pilbara
Dr James Fitzpatrick's story of how he is working in partnership with Aboriginal communities int he Pilbara to make FASD history with research funding from BHP
3 part series highlighting the work of Telethon Kids Institute, BHP and Wirraka Maya Health Service to make FASD History in the Pilbara
Tracy’s story - Tracy lives with the effects of FASD. She didn't drink during her pregnancy and has a healthy little girl.
Sissy’s story - Sissy is working to make people in the community aware of the effects of drinking alcohol during pregnancy
Alfred’s story - Alfred is Chairperson of Wirrika Maya, elder and carer and protector of the Port Hedland area. He talks about the important role of men and fathers-to-be
Marnti Warrarnja 'Together We Walk on Country' project
June’s Story - June is CEO of Wirraka Maya which is a partner in the Warajanga Marnti Warrarnja 'Together We Walk on Country' project.
Sissy’s Story - Sissy works as a community researcher and has an important role working with women in the community
Adrian’s Story - Adrian goes out to the community to encourage other blokes to give up alcohol while their partner is pregnant and promote the message that no alcohol in pregnancy is the safest choice