Artist/Co-Director: Ian Strange
Artist (Score): Trevor Powers
Co-Director/Editor/Screen Content Designer: Dominic Pearce
Executive Producer: Jedda Andrews
Creative Producer: Emma Pegrum
Technical Producer: Paul Bilsby
Production/Site Manager: Matt Bairstow
Cinematographer: Daniel Craig (Matsu)
Lighting Designer: Riordan Hall-Jones
Camera Operator/Data Manager: Ben Berkhout
Camera Operator/Drone Operator: Dave Le May
Digital Imaging Technician: Joseph Landro
Sound Recordist: Jack Purkiss
Gaffer: Ed Martinez
Grip: Henry Richards
Grip/Gaffer Assistants: Joshua Robinson, Tana Glassock
Set Runners: Bailey Pascoe, Kaine Evans
Production Assistant: Taylor McCulloch
Head of Art Department: Steve Browne
Art Department Assistant: Lance Robinson
Graphic Design and Titles: Scott Mellor (Thinktank)
AV Supplier: Showscreens
House Modelling and Pre-Visualisation: Jamie Sher
Behind-the-Scenes Photography: Chris Gurney and Duncan Wright

Original Score: All music written, performed, and produced by Trevor Powers
Mixed by Jason Kingsland
Mastered by Heba Kadry


Co-Director: Ian Strange
Co-Director: Dominic Pearce
Producer/Writer/Story Editor: Emma Pegrum
Executive Producer: Jedda Andrews
Cinematography: Dominic Pearce and Daniel Craig (Perth, WA), Tyler Williams (Idaho)
Camera Operator/Data Manager: Ben Berkhout
Camera Operator/Drone Operator: Dave Le May
Sound Recordist: Jack Purkiss
Edited by: Steven Alyian and Dominic Pearce

Original Score (Making Dalison): Marc Earley

Special Thanks

The artists and producers wish to thank Jim and Gary Cukrov, as well as the former residents of Wattleup who were involved in the making of this work.

This work would not be possible without the generous support of a number of individuals and organisations. Ian Strange and the producers extend a sincere thank you to Paul, Sophie, Holly and Katie Chamberlain; Nik Rogers; Adrian and Michela Fini; Nicky Coxon and Brent Rogers; Darryl Mack and Helen Taylor; Caroline Christie-Coxon; Tim, Chris and Maddie Unger; Graeme and Eva Morgan; Kamilė Burinskaitė; Al Taylor; Nathan Benett; Kyle Jeavons; Luke McKinnon; Miles Plumlee; Matt Murphy; Melissa and David Alder, and; Graeme and Iris Morgan. For their incredible support and collaboration, we also thank Bryce Varley at Showscreens; David Revill at TAFE WA; Tiki Menegola; Development WA; the City of Cockburn; Western Power, and; Patrick Abromeit at the Department of Transport.

Acknowledgment of Country

The artists and producers of this work acknowledge the unceded lands upon which it is created, and from which we work. We acknowledge the Bunurong Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung peoples of the Eastern Kulin Nation, the Traditional Owners of the land on which Ian Strange Studio operates in Naarm (Melbourne). DALISON was created on the traditional land of the Beeliar people of the Whadjuk Noongar clan. While this work explores social displacement occurring in the late 20th century, we acknowledge that the Beeliar Noongar people were violently dispossessed and displaced by colonisation before this, and that the ongoing impacts of colonisation, such as systemic racism, persist. We pay respect to First Nations Peoples as the first artists and storytellers to walk this Country and acknowledge their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.