Born 1969 in Sydney, Australia. Lives and works in Melbourne, Australia
© Louise Glover and Women Make Movies, New York
Louise Glover, “Black Sheep” (video still), 1999. © Louise Glover and Women Make Movies, New York
Louise Glover is an independent documentary filmmaker. Her first film, “Black Sheep” (1999), followed her journey from identifying as a white heterosexual Australian to coming out as a lesbian and learning of her Aboriginality. From the Federal Police to the Human Rights Commission, to Party Director of Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras, Louise's diverse journey has armed her with a passion for peacefully challenging the current corrupt order of the world, by telling stories that share the wisdom and love of the ancestors of Indigenous Australia.
Contribution: Participates in Station 3: The Movie Theater East of Eden, Aarhus, with “Black Sheep,” Australia 1999. PAL-Beta (color), 26 min. Courtesy of the artist and Women Makes Movies, New York. The film is screened on Tuesday, September 28, 2004, from 7:30 – 9:30 pm.