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Darius says the films tackle youth mental health, and the new documentary is called Spirit Walker – Clinton’s Walk For Justice.

He says, ‘It tracks the last stage of young Indigenous man Clinton Pryor’s 11-month protest walk from Perth to Canberra in the name of justice for his people, and the incredibly disrespectful reception he received from Turnbull.’


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