It is becoming better known that the Salvation Army took a lead in producing films in Australia. From 1899, with Soldiers of the Cross, the Army made religious films and was available to do what now would be news and archival material. Religion and religious issues were, perhaps surprisingly, prominent at the beginning of the Australian film industry.
The University of Sydney acknowledges that its campuses and facilities sit on the ancestral lands of Aboriginal and
Torres Strait Islander peoples, who have for thousands of generations exchanged knowledge for the benefit of all.