Australian Features @ Cinema Nova (Sat.15.July)

MELBOURNE DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS

Australian Features @ Cinema Nova (Sat.15.July) Tickets

5:00pm, Sat 15 July, 2017
Cinema NOVA, VIC

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Australian Features

5:00PM - 7:00PM - SESSION 1
CHINAs 3 DREAMS

7:00PM - 9:00PM - SESSION 2
THE BENTLEY EFFECT

9:00PM - 11:00PM - SESSION 3
WARDBUKKARRA THE FIRST SONG

 

 

 

5:00PM - 7:00PM - SESSION 1

China's 3 Dreams
1 Hour 27 Minutes
Director: Nick Torrens
Description: China's 3Dreams takes us deep inside the present dilemmas and dreams of China's people.

 

7:00PM - 9:00PM - SESSION 2

The Bentley Effect
1 Hour 25 Minutes
Director: Brendan Shoebridge
Description: How a community became a social movement and defied the gas juggernaut

 

9:00PM - 11:00PM - SESSION 3

Wardbukkarra - The First Song
12 Minutes 54 Seconds
Director: Mark T Grose
Description: Wardbukkarra is the story of creation and the inevitable struggle between good and evil.

 

Walking For Country
18 Minutes 59 Seconds
Director: Reza Nezamdoust
Description: WALKING FOR COUNTRY is a documentary on WALKATJURRA WALKABOUT -  a celebration of Wangkatja country and a testament to the strength of the community who have fought to stop uranium mining at Yeelirrie, Western Australia for over forty years

 

Lingjura - Spirit People Creation
4 Minutes 15 Seconds
Director: Kim Mavromatis
Description: Is humanity prepared for when the Lingjura return? Origins and images of ancient Aboriginal Creation legends engraved on rocks, are key to life events that shaped our world and warn of dangers to humanity.

 

Wirridji
5 Minutes
Director: Stuart Martin
Description: Senior Ranger, Otto Bulmaniya Campion , tells his story of TC Lam. How two dreaming serpents rose to stop the cyclone and restore the balance to country.

 

One Heart / One Spirit
1 Hour
Director: John Pritchard
Description: An Aboriginal Australian and Native American documentary narrated by award-winning actor Jack Thompson, One Heart-One Spirit tells the story of Kenneth Little Hawk, an elder Micmac/Mohawk performing artist, meeting the oldest surviving culture on the planet: the 40,000 year old Yolngu nation located in northern Australia.

 

Q&A with Jack Thompson, John Reeves, John Pritchard

 

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