For the first time, a genetic disorder affecting a part of Fiji's indigenous population has been documented on film.
Fiji has one of the highest rates of people with albinism in the world yet very little about it is known by locals.
The disorder affects pigmentation of the skin, hair and eyes, resulting in very fair skin and white or light-coloured hair.
The recently released short film 'Coming Out Of The Shadows' is helping to raise awareness of the disorder which affects 1 in 700 indigenous Fijians.
Indira Stewart has more.