Clean is a documentary highlighting the incredible life and work of our dear friend Sandra Pankhurst. The genuinely inspirational story of how ‘trauma cleaner’ Sandra Pankhurst responded to an unseen world with radical kindness. Sandra Pankhurst knew humanity at its worst, as well as its best, having lived many different lives: survivor of childhood abuse, suburban parent, drag queen, sex worker, funeral director, business owner, motivational speaker. Generous and formidable, she underwent transition in the 1980s and found her purpose running STC Services, a successful Melbourne trauma-cleaning business that she founded in the 1990s. For three decades, Pankhurst and her team – who’ve also survived tough times – have brought order and care to homes made chaotic by hoarding, addiction, violence and crime.
Rebeckah Loveday, Miss Katalyna and our co-host Sasja Sÿdek discussed about their dear friend Sandra and her documentary film, and also Rebeckah’s role as Sandra Pankhurst in the film. Clean will be in your local cinemas around Australia from 15 September!
Euniq is a queer transwoman producing music in Naarm. Originally a contemporary professionally trained visual artist she has turned to creating music. A proud sister-girl, aboriginal descendant, her music explores themes of isolation, loss, connection, and trauma. She uses her voice to convey these complex feelings of heartache in a simplistic way.
Her debut album “We are all made of the same stuff” has been created independently in Naarm by herself and Mixed and Mastered by Ruby Burns.
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Album is available on Bandcamp, Spotify and Soundcloud on the link provided below.