Sunday 28 April 10.15am to 11.30am | ACMI Studio
Full $19 | Concession $16 | Family Pass $60 | 3 Pass $45 | 5 Pass $75
SHORT FILMS | UNCLASSIFIED NO AGE RESTRICTIONS | 75 MINS
Kyindoo Wilam (Learning Place): A selection of short films from across the world that explore family and culture. This is a place where kids can come and sit, listen and learn together.
Director: Dinazar Urbina (Nuu sávi) | 2017 | Mexico | 11 mins 37 secs | Spanish | Mixtec | English subtitles
Carmen and her grandparents live in Oaxaca´s Mixtec region. When a drought threatens her family’s livelihood, Carmen finds a practical - yet profound - way to make it rain.
Director: Dot West (Nyoongar) | 2015 | Australia | 6 mins | English | Nyoongar | English subtitles
A distraught young girl, confused about her own identity, finds answers and comfort from an unlikely source.
Director: Kimberley West (Nyoongar) | 2015 | Australia | 9 mins | English | Kriol | English subtitles
It was a silent, lifeless land until the Naji, the spirit beings came out of the ocean and woke up the country as they moved across the land in search of fresh water to survive.
OchiSkwaCho (SACRED BEING)
Director: Jules Koostachin (Cree)| 2018 | Canada | 15 mins | English
When the Ochiskwacho, a sacred being who is a spiritual messenger, visits Kokoom, an elderly (spiritually ailing) Two-Spirit woman, chemist make a difficult decision. Will she stay with her grandchildren or follow the Ochiskwacho?
TWO GIANTS STORY
Director: Alan Nash (Ngaanyatjarra) | 2018 | Australia | 12 mins | Ngaanyatjarra | Ngaatjatjara | English subtitles
In this episode of Indigenous Community Television (ICTV) ‘Bed Time Stories’ Nellie Roberts tells the story of Tjangara Kutjarratjarra (Two Giants), in the Ngaanyatjarra language.
Director: George Annanack (Inuk) | 2016 | Canada | 4 mins | Inuit | English subtitles
A poetic and contemplative film about an Inuk man hunting for northern lights with his camera.
MEGWETCH KIAYASHK (THANK YOU SEAGULLS)
Director: Jolène Chartrand & Austin Delaronde (Saulteaux) | 2016 | Canada | 5 mins | English
Gull egg collection has been a Saulteaux tradition for centuries. Elaine Ferland, who was mayor of Duck Bay for more than ten years, continues her passion for this harvest and tries to share it with the new generations to continue this tradition. Each year, she brings young people with her to harvest and eat seagull eggs.
Director: Sammy Gadbois (Inuk) | 2016 | Canada | 4 mins | English
A video essay about the perspective of a teenager on his hometown.
Image: Maap Mordak (still) 2015