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Black Screen: short films @ Surry Hills Library
Thursday, 5 July 2012 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (EST)
Join in the nation wide celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures in July by coming along to one of the special NAIDOC Week events at the City of Sydney Library. In celebration of NAIDOC Week, the Library presents a series of Aboriginal contemporary short films and documentaries from Black Screen, an initiative of the National Film and Sound Archive Australia. The series features a range of comedy, drama and documentary full of heartfelt personal stories.
A young boy walks into the bush with his grandparents, but he doesn’t listen to their stories. Tales from the Daly River is a cautionary tale narrated by respected Nauiyu community elder Miriam-Rose Ungumerr-Baumann.Minnie loves Junior; What does a girl have to do to get a boy’s attention? Jandamarra’s War is the story of an aboriginal Australian man who should be as famous as Ned Kelly. This formidable Bunuba warrior waged a 3-year guerrilla war, earning him both the admiration of his people and international notoriety.
Click here for more information on the short films screening at Surry Hills Library.
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