Synopsis

A Walk With Words is the personal and political story about Romaine Moreton, a Goenpul, Yagerabul, Minjungbal, Bundjalung, South Sea Islander poet, performance artist, and philosopher, who uses words to illustrate the plight and beauty of Indigenous survival.

This documentary is about reclaiming both the oral and aural traditions essential to Indigenous cultural expressions of language. Before the written word was the spoken word, and it is through the power of such words that Romaine Moreton comments, articulates, documents, and celebrates the existence and survival of Indigenous people’s storytelling traditions.

This documentary is a celebration of the spoken word, and its place in the Indigenous continuum.

Featuring: Romaine Moreton
Director: Erica Glynn
Writers: Erica Glynn & Romaine Moreton
Producer: Charlotte Seymour
Cinematographer: Warwick Thornton
Sound Recordist: David Tranter

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