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Malcolm McKinnon is an Australian artist and filmmaker working mainly in rural communities. Over the past 15 years, his work has encompassed oral history, urban planning, public and community art projects, critical writing and exhibitions. His current practice is mainly focused around documentary filmmaking and social history, motivated by an appreciation of living memory and local vernacular.

  Current CV
Current Projects

Talking Sideways at Finniss Springs: A book of instructive stories from Finniss Springs, once the site of an Aboriginal Mission in the far-north of South Australia. (Collaboration with Reg Dodd).


The Farmer’s Cinematheque: One-hour documentary film and related multi-media works interpreting archival films of the late John and Relvy Teasdale, farmers and cinematographers from Rupanyup in the Victorian Wimmera. (Collaboration with Ross Gibson and others).
See: http://www.the-farmers-cinematheque.com/