Enoch Mailangi is a 22-year-old Indigenous and Polynesian TV writer and text-based Artist from Sydney.
They first began screenwriting after winning RAW’s First Nations Screenwriting competition for their Comedy entry All My Friends Are Racist, currently in development. They have recently presented and written Decolonising the Clubs a documentary set during the week of the 40th Anniversary of Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and follows Nayuka Gorrie and Enoch trying to figure out how black youth party when they are not invited to the party. They are currently studying a Bachelor of Art Theory and their practice and writing primarily champions themes of Black mediocrity and explores celebrity culture as a vehicle of colonisation.
Enoch Mailangi is a Libra sun, and Taurus rising.
TV writer and text-based Artist
Some of the most talented story tellers in Australia are Indigenous and the stories they tell are travelling. We meet the new voices, showcase their work and hear their vision for the future of Australian content. MODERATOR: Aaron Fa’aoso, Actor/Writer/Producer PRODUCER Kelrick Martin, Head of Indigenous, ABC Television Brought to you by Screen Territory
Modelled on You Can’t Ask That, this session brings a group of diverse screen practitioners together to face some hard questions about their roles and representation in the industry. Australia’s screen landscape publicly supports inclusivity, but is it privately still struggling to resolve the tension between content creation for mainstream and niche audiences? To what […]