Celebrate NAIDOC Week with lunchtime screenings by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander film makers.
Laugh, cry, be amazed and enlightened with a broad selection of films accessible to families and audiences of all ages.
Wed 6 July, 12.30–2pm
Veolia Lecture Theatre, Level 2
Director: Kimberley West
Producer: Jodie Bell
Production Company: Ramu Productions
Duration: 9 mins
Naji is a story from the Bugarregarre time, the dreamtime. The spirit beings came out of the ocean and woke up the silent, barren land as they moved from Dabberdabbergun in the West to the land of the rising sun, creating life and importantly, water, as they travel. This creation story comes to life through the use of re-enactments as Richard Hunter, an elder of the Goolarabooloo people recounts the steps of his first people.
Director: Keith Lapulung Dhamarrandji
Producer: Paul Williams
Songline Custodian: Keith Lapulung Dhamarrandji
Duration: 12 mins
Yolngu song men trace the epic dreamtime story of their great nomadic warrior, Wurray, across the wilderness of North East Arnhem Land.
Presented in collaboration with Screen Australia, read more about the program here.