A moving portrait of Sydney-based musician Ziggy Ramo by filmmaker Mel Branson. Ziggy released his album Black Thoughts (after five years in the making) on the day of the Sydney BLM protests. Here Branson follows him as he performs to an empty Hamer Hall in Melbourne with an urgent message for all Australians.


Directed & Edited by Mel Branson
Filmed by Sean Finney
Audio & Post Production by Duane Orriss
Music by Musicbed
Photography by Daniel Njegich
8mm by Bottlebrush Films
Artwork by Kevin Wilson

‘Blackthoughts’ and ‘Empire’ written & produced by Ziggy Ramo & JCAL
Ziggy Ramo appears courtesy of MTM


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