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Noomool is the first collaboration between the ISX and Pozible - the Melbourne based crowdfunding group. Please support this project. We seek funding for no ordinary documentary. It is a fight to build awareness about the importance of the incredible pristine environment of the King Sound and a culture in danger of being lost. By investing in this project you are investing in the preservation of this incredible natural environment and the spirit of the Mayala people.

Forbidden Love

Forbidden Love is a feature film about an 18 year old, Alan Thompson, who is in a rut and his only escape from the doldrums of life is to end it now! But things are not that clear cut! His mother intervenes and the recovery process reveals that he's adopted. So Alan, with a new perspective on life, heads north to find his biological family. While pursuing his birth parents via a departmental paper chase, Alan discovers the culture of Broome, in North Western Australia. In cosmopolitan, multi-cultural, vibrant Broome, Alan falls in love, makes friends, locates a talent within himself and eventually finds his natural mother. Life is finally looking good for Alan, until he discovers that his girlfriend is pregnant, and that her father is also his own. Alan is now faced with what appears to be an impossible choice.

More details of the script and its development can be obtained by calling Dot West at Goolarri Media as below.

Production Information

Forbidden Love will be filmed as a feature drama.

Preview some recent GTV productions.

Creative Team

Dot West
Co-Producer/Script writer (winner of the 2005 Tudawali Award) Head of Production Goolarri Media Enterprises
Dot is a leading light for the Indigenous media industry. Her background covers print media, radio and television in the Kimberley and also for a national audience as Producer ‘The Mary G Show II’ and the documentary ‘Me and You’ for SBS. More than a decade with Goolarri has seen the organization grow into a leading Indigenous media production house that has the ability to make high production-value television that speaks with integrity, and expresses its contemporary culture and life in its own voice.

Clancy McDowell
Co-Producer/Script writer Producer Goolarri Media Enterprises
Clancy has had extensive experience in the film and television industry, having worked as a freelancer in Sydney for many years. She has been production manager and producer at Goolarri for over two years, and has overseen the continuing growth and development of the local television station, GTV, as well as developing concepts for larger scale productions and managing those projects from initial development to post-production and broadcast. A fascination and admiration for the art of the Kimberley is the seed of this documentary concept, and a background in fine arts, allows Clancy to fully appreciate the culture and life of the region.

Production crew
Goolarri Media is a fully integrated media company that houses a full crew who daily produce material for local broadcast.

Kim West Editor
Kim has been working as an editor at Goolarri for a number of years and has been trained on a variety of material including commercials, documentaries and the ‘Mary G Show’. Currently completing Editing major at AFTRS, Kim has the television experience to bring to this series the scope and scale required by material that contains big personalities and dramatic stories.

Supporting and Investing in this Project

Please contact Dot West for further information.

Become a sponsor


Goolarri also welcomes co-investors in this project.

Goolarri has a unique ability to work with Indigenous people of the Kimberley that is unique amongst media organisations. Income from Goolarri Media Enterprise productions comes from selling broadcasting rights to commercial or national broadcasters and international broadcasting networks. Goolarri has a strong record of television and film production sales. Investors who provide financial support at the beginning of a profitable project will be eligible to receive income based on the size of their investments.

Prospective investors or sponsors may contact Dot West Director/Head of Production
Tel: (08) 9192 1325

or Clancy McDowell Producer
Tel: (08) 9192 1325

in order to discuss more details of script development and production details.

Support Goolarri Film and Television Production by making a tax deductible donation to parent company Broome Aboriginal Media Association

Goolarri Media's parent company the Broome Aboriginal Media Association, which works untiringly to support Indigenous Australia, has Deductible Gift Recipient Status (DGR). Under Subdivision 30-BA of the Income Tax Assessments Act 1997 all donations are 100% tax deductible.

Make a Tax Deductible Donation on-line and receive an automatic receipt for your tax files

Lead Organisation/Agency

Goolarri Media Enterprises - Read Latest Annual Report

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Contact  :  Dot West
Phone  :  08-9192-1325
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