A brand new documentary exploring Sydney’s flourishing feminine DJ community has been shared by 21-year-old filmmaker .
Directed, produced, filmed and edited by Higgins, focuses on the “evolution the shut feminine DJ community in Sydney, in consequence the obstacles introduced by each the dying late night time music scene, and the inequality and underrepresentation on competition/gig payments within the music business.”
“I actually needed the documentary to disclose the exhausting work that goes on behind the scenes to create inclusive and numerous occasions for ladies and minorities,” says Higgins. Adding, “And give rising feminine DJs an opportunity to be impressed.”
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