|Directors||Paul Damien Williams|
|Produced by||Shannon Swan- Resolution Media, 6 Seasons|
|Co-Producers||Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, Mark T Grose|
|Music||Michael Hohnen, Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, Erkki Veltheim|
|Sound Design||Pip Atherstone-Reid|
|Edited by||Shannon Swan, Ken Sallows (ASE)|
As an editor Paul was nominated for an Australian Film Institute award for Best Feature Documentary Film Editing for WORDS FROM THE CITY. Since 2012 Paul has been based in Darwin, Northern Territory where he has been working in partnership with Skinnyfish Music. Through this relationship Paul has formed great bonds with the people of North East Arnhem Land. He developed and produced two 15-20 minute films, WARDBAKKARRA and WURRAY through the NITV/Screen Australia initiative Songlines on Screen. These films aset in remote Arnhem Land and involving Indigenous Dreamtime stories, premiered at the Sydney International Film Festival.
Paul is also in the final stages of postproduction of the feature-length documentary film 99 NOT OUT a film that started off as simply following a man from his 99th to 100th birthdays, but became a deeply affecting existential study of the passing of time.
"a rich, dense, stirring and soulful work"
Luke Buckmaster The Guardian
"Gurrumul is incredibly uplifting, a rare glimpse into a culturally rich, family-strong, thriving community few of us will ever witness first-hand."
Subiaco Post, 4.5 Stars
"Beautiful, raw, intimate...a remarkable film."
The Weekend West, 4.5 Stars
"A film that champions racial harmony and cultural diversity.. a moving musical celebration."
The Sunday Times (Perth), 4.5 Stars