Katherine Aigner has spent 15 years working with Indigenous knowledge holders and custodians around Australia and overseas. She made educational documentaries on preserving cultural heritage, worked as an assistant curator at the National Museum of Australia and as an associate curator at the Vatican Ethnological Museum. Having lived and worked in Berlin and Rome she is currently completing a Masters by Research degree at the National Centre for Indigenous Studies, Australian National University on Indigenous filmmaker, scholar and keeper of culture, Lorraine Mafi-Williams.
Australia, 2005, 49 min, English and Aboriginal Australian Documentary Latin American Premiere Sacrificial lambs to the slaughter. Eyewitnesses tell the true story of what happend during the 12 British atomic bomb tests in Australia. The film is a chilling expose of nuclear testing and the demaging legacy that continues these day.