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Dardi-Boona Wangkiny NAIDOC Film Festival

Dardi-Boona Wangkiny NAIDOC Film Festival

09 - 14 July 2024
Albany (Kinjarling)
Celebrate NAIDOC Week on the big screen in Albany.

Rug up and settle in for the Dardi-Boona Wangkiny inaugural film festival celebrating NAIDOC Week in Albany. Translating to ‘Deadly Message Stick’, these films celebrate Aboriginal culture and share the experiences of Aboriginal people.

‘Black Magic’ and ‘Genocide in the Wildflower State’ feature Great Southern community members and have powerful messages about the strength and resilience of First Nations people. Attendees will also have an opportunity to listen to some of the people whose stories are featured.

This event is proudly sponsored by the City of Albany, Palmerston, Southern Ports and Department of Biodiversity, Conservations and Attractions.

Films:

Film Festival Launch: Black Magic | Tuesday 9th July 6pm | Albany Town Hall | Click here to register

Spear | Wednesday 10th July 1pm | Albany Public Library | Click here to register

Occupation: Native | Wednesday 10th July 6pm | Albany Town Hall | Click here to register

Land Bilong Islanders | Thursday 11th July 1pm | Albany Public Library | Click here to register

Bran Nue Dae | Saturday 13th July 6pm | Albany Town Hall | Click here to register

Genocide in the Wildflower State | Sunday 14th July 2pm | Albany Town Hall | Click here to register

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