WOG

WOG

Credits

Director

Koraly Dimitriadis and Nathan Little

Country

Australia, 2014

Running Time

1mins

Language

English

Yeah… I’m a wog. And? This is my joint too.

The ‘Good Greek Girl’ (Koraly Dimitriadis) returns in a passionate anti-racism, spoken word/poetic rant that takes her from Melbourne’s State Library to the gates of the MCG.

In what has become her signature ‘not backward in coming forward’ style, Dimitriadis challenges the notion of what it means to be both Australian and to be from a European background – and the duties that role invariably entails.

Written by Koraly Dimitriadis
Produced by Koraly Dimitriadis
Cast: Koraly Dimitriadis

About the Director:
Koraly Dimitriadis is a Cypriot-Australian writer, and performer of poetry, prose and non-fiction. Wog is part of the Good Greek Girl short-film series, which includes Best Friend (GFF 2013) and Love According to Wogs (GFF 2014). Koraly's theatre show, Good Greek Girl – the directorial debut for celebrated Melbourne performer Paul Capsis – will premiere in 2016.