Kiki and Kitty 15+, unless accompanied by an adult
The adventures of a young, black woman in a big, white world.
Get in on the ground floor of this new absurdist comedy series from Gamillaroi/Torres Strait Islander and seriously clever writer/creator/actor, Nakkiah Lui. It portrays the trials and tribulations of Kiki, the good black girl in a bad white world, who stumbles across her vagina in the personification of Kitty (played by Elaine Crombie) and realises there is a lot more to life than she thought. Hilarious and charming, this is Lui’s first commission following her previous work as writer/actor on the ABC series Black Comedy, plus an array of theatre work including Blaque Showgirls for Malthouse Theatre Company in 2016 and the upcoming Black is the New White for the Sydney Theatre Company.
Director Catriona McKenzie | Screenwriter Nakkiah Lui | Producer Sylvia Warmer, Liz Watts | Cinematographer Tania Lambert | Editor Gabriel Dowrick
Catriona McKenzie is a Kunai Gurnai woman. She graduated from AFTRS before studying screenwriting at NYU. She has worked extensively in television including directing for series such as Redfern Now, The Secret Daughter and Remote Area Nurse as well as being a Commissioning Editor for the ABC. Her feature film debut was Satellite Boy (2012).