Art of Incarceration is a documentary film that recites the story of the lives of prisoners of Victoria’s Fulham Correctional center.
This Documentary film explores how art and culture can empower Australia’s first nations people to transcend their unjust cycles of imprisonment.
Art of Incarceration documentary film follows the prisoner’s questions about cultural identity and spiritual healing as they prepare for life on the outside.
Art of Incarceration: Release Date, Trailer, and Artists
Art of incarceration documentary film is scheduled to premiere on July 3, 2022, and it will stream on Netflix. This documentary film is narrated by Jack Charles.
Art of incarceration’s two-minute twenty-five seconds long trailer was released on June 16, 2022, on the official YouTube channel of Netflix.
Art of Incarceration a Netflix original documentary film is directed by Alex Siddons and written by Christopher Austin, Alex Siddons, and Robby Wirramanda.
About Jack Charles ( The Film Narrator)
Jack Charles was born on September 5, 1943. He is a 78-year-old Australian actor, musician, potter, and Aboriginal elder.
Jack Charles was a victim of the Australian Government’s forced assimilation program which took him from his mother as an infant. He was brought up in the Salvation Army Boys’ Home at Box Hill, suburban Melbourne, where he was the only Aboriginal child and was sexually abused.
Mr. Charles has also spent a big chunk of his life in jail as he was a petty thief and a drug addict.
Charles’ memoir, named ‘Jack Charles: Born – Again’ is authored by Namila Benson and was published on 18 August 2020 by Penguin publishers. His memoir was also shortlisted by the Australian Book Industry Awards for the 2020 Biography Book of the Year.
Jack Charles received a Lifetime Achievement award from Victoria’s Green Room Awards in April 2014.
This Documentary Film ‘Art of Incarceration’ will premiere soon on July 3, 2022, only on Netflix. Must Watch!!