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Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre presents,

Free Film Fridays

Date & time

21st of December 2018 at 12:00pm
until 2:00pm

Additional dates

  • 4th Jan 2019 12:00pm
    until 2:00pm

  • 11th Jan 2019 12:00pm
    until 2:00pm

  • 18th Jan 2019 12:00pm
    until 2:00pm

  • 7th Dec 2018 12:00pm
    until 2:00pm

  • 14th Dec 2018 12:00pm
    until 2:00pm


Contact

Address

Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre 
12 Captains Lane 
FREMANTLE WA 6160
  • Bathers Beach Art Precinct

Overview

Relax and learn through aboriginal film at at Free Film Fridays at the Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre from 12-2pm. Bookings essential.

Friday 7 December – Ten Canoes

A parable of forbidden love from Australia's mythical past, narrated by Australian icon David Gulpilil and starring his son Jamie as the covetous youth Dayindi. Shot in and around the Arafura Wetlands of Central Arnhem Land, Rolf de Heer and the People of Ramingining have created a pioneering and timeless tale for all people and all cultures.

Friday 14 December – Bran Nue Dae

Set on Australia's sparkling west coast, Bran Nue Dae is a coming of age, comedy musical road movie, which celebrates the adventure of finding your way back home.

The dream cast includes Jessica Mauboy, Missy Higgins, Ernie Dingo, Magda Szubanski, Rocky McKenzie and Geoffrey Rush.

Friday 21 December - Three Boys Dreaming

Three Boys Dreaming follows three Indigenous boys over four years as they chase the dream of becoming professional AFL footballers.

Friday 4 January – Rabbit Proof Fence

In 1931, three aboriginal girls escape after being plucked from their homes to be trained as domestic staff and set off on a journey across the Outback.

Friday 11 January – We Don’t Need A Map

The Southern Cross is the most famous constellation in the southern hemisphere. Ever since colonisation it's been claimed, appropriated and hotly-contested for ownership by a radical range of Australian groups. But for Aboriginal people the meaning of this heavenly body is deeply spiritual.

Friday 18 January – Yolngu Boy

Lorrpu, Botj and Milika are three Yolngu teenagers who once shared a childhood dream of becoming great hunters together. But as teenagers they changed: Botj did bad things which landed him in jail one time, and Milika is more interested in being a good football player and in chicks! Only Lorrpu is still closer to Aboriginal traditions and to their common dream.

* Films may be subject to change

 


  • Free!
    • Youth
    • Family
    • Adult
    • Air-conditioning