There is No ‘I’ in Island Call Out


Image: Lucy Gouldthorpe

Ten Days on the Island has invited Tasmanian filmmakers Catherine Pettman and Rebecca Thomson to create an art piece that will share the voices and experience of diverse Tasmanians currently living in isolation due to COVID19.

They would love to hear from Tasmanians young and old, from all parts of the island and different cultural backgrounds with a range of experiences relating to the current pandemic.

The filmmakers are asking Tasmanians to reflect and share by using the voice recorder on their phone to document their story. These audio gifts will be woven into beautiful short films that will provide a fantastical, metaphoric journey through the fears and hopes of the community at this point in our history.

You are welcome to answer as many or as few questions as you like. You can answer questions one after the other in one recording or feel free to make a new recording for each answer. There is no right or wrong answer and no need to rehearse or redo your answers. Short answers are fine. However it comes out is totally fine –  just your experience and your thoughts.

For more information and how to make a submission,  CLICK HERE