NEW DOCUMENTARY SERIES COMING IN 2015!
An Australian Series first
The Stingray Sisters recently returned from a two-month long party in Brisbane and these incredible women are well and truly back into the swing of things in their remote community, Maningrida. Living between two worlds can be a struggle for the sisters, and this week Alice is feeling the heat. As well as worrying about their absent mother, Alice's exit interview is looming and she’ll have to impress the education board in order to become the first Ndjebbana speaking student ever to graduate as a qualified primary school teacher. Things look up when the sisters' father, Michael Eather, returns to Maningrida 30 years after he first stumbled across it and fell in love with their mother, Helen Djimbarrawala Williams. Laughter and moments of pure disbelief unfold as this family is reunited for the first time in the place the stingray story began all those years ago. You won't believe what happens next.
What's to come...
Don't be surprised if you fall in love with the Stingray Sisters. Whether they’re running rings around boys in Brisbane or putting their community on the map, these sisters will take any challenge head on! This is a young, contemporary perspective on an ancient world that has long been misunderstood. This fast-paced documentary series is filled with drama that will surprise, shock, humour and intrigue. Audiences will be holding on to their seats as these young, extraordinary women navigate the world in their own special way, drawing strength from each other when they're forced to take on the biggest challenge imaginable. This series is like nothing you’ve ever seen. You won’t be able to predict the next scene – let alone how this story will unfold – but one thing is for sure ... Stingray Sisters will change things.