Kiki and Kitty

Nakkiah Lui (Gamilaroi/Torres Strait Islander), Catriona McKenzie (Kunai Gurnai) | Australia | 2017 | Webseries | 14+ (Strong Language, Sexual Themes)

Kiki is just a sweet girl who wants to make it as a lawyer in her high-powered firm but being shy and First Nations in the big city is very rarely fun. All that changes when after another failed romantic attempt, Kiki’s vagina decides to take matters into her own hands and becomes Kitty, a human personification only Kiki can see. Together they’re going to learn a lot about life, love and standing up for yourself in this hilarious six-part webseries.

Nakkiah Lui is a writer and actor who co-writes and stars in Black Comedy on ABC TV (Australia). Her play, Black is the New White premiered at Sydney Theatre Company in 2017 and had a sold-out run. She short film Brown Lips (2017) screened at last year’s imagineNATIVE.

Catriona McKenzie directed her first feature film Satellite Boy, which won Best Dramatic Feature at imagineNATIVE in 2013. In 2016, following her completion of a highly competitive directing attachment with Ridley Scott on Alien: Covenant, Catriona became the only First Nations female director to work on series television in the US when she secured Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments for Freeform (ABC Family).