Feature Music Documentary

Six indigenous women, Ursula Yovich (Burarra/Serbian), Emma Donovan (Gumbaynggirr NSW), Whirimako Black (Maori), Maisey Rika (Maori), Merenia (Maori/Roma/Gypsy) and Ngaiire (Papua New Guinea) come together as BAREFOOT DIVAS in a powerful symbolic musical collaboration performing six-part harmonies with soaring voices swinging between Acoustic Roots, Jazz, R&B and Latin infused soul. 

Their critically acclaimed stage production WALK A MILE IN MY SHOES, has been performed across North America, and sold out the Hong Kong, Sydney and Wellington International Arts Festivals. A feature music documentary will weave the stories of each Diva and her home country with songs reflecting the diverse and life-affirming experiences of contemporary Indigenous women, echoing their profound heritage, combined languages and outspoken stories. 

BAREFOOT DIVAS commitment to the harmony of their collaboration is a metaphor for the value of each individual in our diverse communities across the planet.

Currently in development