$38.01 – $43.29

Another Country - Encore Screening Due To Popular Demand - Thur 22nd Nov

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Library At The Dock - Performance Space

Lvl. 2, 107 Victoria Harbour Promenade

Docklands, VIC 3008

Australia

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Legendary Aboriginal actor David Gulpilil has spent his adult life trying to navigate his way through two very different cultures: that of his Yolngu people and that of the prevailing Australian culture. In Another Country, he gives us first-hand insight into the confusions and chaos that occur in the clash between these cultures.

At the beginning of last century the Australian Government, along with entrepreneurs, opportunists and 'do-gooders', made a concerted effort to gain control of the lands of the Yolngu people across northern Arnhem Land, along the central part of northern Australia. The long succession of would-be cattle barons, missionaries and government agents failed to dispossess the Yolngu of their lands, but the introduction of their new ways and different laws succeeded in eroding the heart of a complex culture that was once strong, defiant and self-sufficient.

Another Country is a documentary which considers, from the inside, the ramifications of one culture being dominated by another.

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Join us for this insightful and powerful evening of film, live music, chocolate tasting and a delicious vegan canapé dinner!

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CHOCOLATE TASTING - THE CHOCOLATE YOGI
Raw, organic, vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, handmade, fair-trade, locally made and simply delicious chocolate :-)


www.thechocolateyogi.com.au

LIVE MUSIC with KELSIE RIMMER


Kelsie Rimmer is a Melbourne-based singer/songwriter and producer, known for her ambient style, insightful lyrics and unique voice which has often been described as ‘Angelic’.

Best known for her appearances on the The Voice Australia, Kelsie has performed all across the country at iconic Australian venues such as The Governor Hindmarsh Hotel Adelaide and The Corner Hotel Melbourne.

After launching her self-produced EP 'Runaway' at The Workers Club late last year, Kelsie is continuing to make waves in the Melbourne music scene with her mesmerising musical creations.

Check out some of her music on youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/user/KelsiePaiige/videos

DINNER
Your ticket price includes a light but nourishing, delicious six dish, vegan, gluten-free standing-mingle canapé dinner by our caterer Alisha's Cafe Collective. Alisha's Cafe Collective is a passion project, fueled by the heart and soul of Husna Pasha. Husna is dedicated to bringing people together and empowering them through laughter and an appreciation of difference. “Alisha” is a portmanteau of Aliyah and Shahan, the names of Pasha’s children with husband and co-owner Nicolas Rangasamy-Shakeel. Alisha's Cafe Collective menu is plant-based, and most dishes are inspired by Rangasamy-Shakeels' Mauritian and Pasha’s Indian heritage. A portion of the cafe’s profits are donated to a charity nominated by the community and presented at monthly events.

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* Yellow Masala Spiced Baby Chat Potatoes with Coconut Chutney
* Mauritian Falafel with Spicy Sauce
* Mushroom, Tomato and Basil Arancini ball with Pesto
* Moroccan Spring Rols With Harissa Dip
* Vegetarian Samosa With Coconut Mint Sauce
* Mint Bliss Balls


Program:
5.45pm: Doors open
6.00pm: Live music and chocolate tasting
6.30pm: Film
8pm: Dinner

Investment:
(includes film, music, chocolate tasting and dinner!)
A portion of your ticket purchase supports the film maker! Thank you for supporting independent film making :-)
Adults = $40
Students/Pensioners/concession = $35

Refund policy:
* Please note that tickets are NOT refundable if you change your mind or are unable to make it on the day. Your tickets cannot be changed to another date. They may however be given to a friend to attend.

Getting there:
Please consider using sustainable transport to travel to the venue :-)
Walk: Library At The Dock is ten mins walk from Southern Cross Station
Tram: You can catch the number '11' or '48' trams from Southern Cross Station
Parking: There is limited metred parking in surrounding streets.

Accessiblity: The venue is fully wheelchair accessible.

Enquiries:
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Library At The Dock - Performance Space

Lvl. 2, 107 Victoria Harbour Promenade

Docklands, VIC 3008

Australia

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