Dir: Sinem Saban & Damien Curtis.
This documentary, made over 3 years, looks at the current state
of Indigenous relations in Australia, home to the oldest living
culture in the world. Driven by the remote Yolngu peoples of
Northeast Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, the film shines
a light on the ongoing struggle of Aboriginal people to their culture, lands and basic human rights. It is a call for understanding and action, for black and white Australians to
come together to challenge the ongoing racism and assimilation
that lie hidden in the “lucky country”. It is also a cry for freedom,
on the frontier between worlds, that resonates with the struggles
of Indigenous peoples across the globe.
Australia 2012, 79 min
Post-film discussion on the latest state of
Aboriginal affairs in Australia
Check out the preview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcraJdLVrLo
$10 / $5 STUDENTS at the door Call[masked] for more info