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STANDING AS ONE - Kingscliff High School

This deadly mob from Kingscliff High School are demanding social change with this amazingly powerful Hip-Hop film clip, created during the 8 week Music For Change Workshop by One Vision Productions. Their strong imagery tells a story of two worlds; the Dreamtime, where the ‘Old Ways’ were the guide, and the modern day where greed and corruption rule.

Their message is this…

We must unite and strengthen our connections to ourselves, each other and mother Earth in order to build a better future for all.

  • Mark Robertson
  • Mark Robertson
  • Kingscliff High School students
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  • Project Type:
    Music Video
  • Genres:
    Hip Hop
  • Runtime:
    3 minutes 50 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    August 18, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    5,000 AUD
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Director Biography - Mark Robertson

The work of Mark Robertson and One Vision Productions has impacted the lives of over 10,000 at-risk youth across the country, in both regional and remote communities.

Founding Director, CEO and MC, Mark Robertson is well renowned for his passionate contribution to creating social change and has been widely recognised for his innovative approach and visionary thinking.


• Mark was awarded the Young Social Pioneer Of The Year Award For Innovative Programs Towards Social and Educational Change

• One Vision Productions was named a Leading Grassroots Organisation at the NCOSS NSW Council of Social Service (NCOSS) Investing For Good Conference and Marketplace

• Invited to have lunch with Prince Harry on arrival to Australia to discuss problems and solutions in our present environment

• Mark was recognised for his contribution and vision with a Winston Churchill Scholarship

• The NSW Department Of Education, Aboriginal Education Awards recognised One Vision Production’s Music For Change project with Mullumbimby High School Students, calling the program ‘Outstanding Aboriginal Education’.

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