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Alex is an organiser and artist committed to social and climate justice based on Dja Dja Wurrung Country, ‘Australia’. Alex has worked in film, theatre, communications and troublemaking in many forms. This includes taking part in blockades from Jabiluka in Australia to la zad in France, collaborating on the Indigenous Language & theatre project, Ngapartji Ngapartji, and curating the Something Somewhere Film Festival.

As a Producer, Director & Impact Producer, Alex has worked on documentary films including Queen of the Desert, THE ISLAND, Island of the Hungry Ghosts, In My Blood It Runs & This Changes Everything.

Alex is currently focused on The Things We Did Next, a multiplatform speculative futures & climate change collaboration. Through practising the art of imagination, Alex hopes to strengthen our ability to tackle the complex challenges we face by imagining more just futures.

Alex Kelly

Alex is an organiser and artist committed to social and climate justice based on Dja Dja Wurrung Country, ‘Australia’. Alex has worked in film, theatre, communications and troublemaking in many forms. This includes taking part in blockades from Jabiluka in Australia to la zad in France, collaborating on the Indigenous Language & theatre project, Ngapartji Ngapartji, and curating the Something Somewhere Film Festival.

As a Producer, Director & Impact Producer, Alex has worked on documentary films including Queen of the Desert, THE ISLAND, Island of the Hungry Ghosts, In My Blood It Runs & This Changes Everything.

Alex is currently focused on The Things We Did Next, a multiplatform speculative futures & climate change collaboration. Through practising the art of imagination, Alex hopes to strengthen our ability to tackle the complex challenges we face by imagining more just futures.

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