Presented by Darwin Festival and Deckchair Cinema
We shine a spotlight on two very different Canadian films that show us the world from a First Nations’ and refugee perspective.
While the rest of the world seems further away than ever, film can remind us of how much we have in common. The two films screening this Festival offer a new look at issues that resonate in Australia right now.
The lives of three women are connected by a box that resurfaces containing notebooks, photographs and audiotapes in the Canadian-Lebanese-French drama Memory Box. This fresh, poignant and deeply personal film documents a great part of Lebanese history through the lives of its characters.
Before the screening enjoy live music from Lilly and Greer playing gentle, indie folk melodies, with elements of mandolin, violin and guitar accompaniment.
You’re Safe Til 2024: Deep History
Tue 17 - Thu 19 AugCancelled
Ecological catastrophe explored through humour, pop culture and a rich electronic soundtrack
Late Nite Tuff Guy
Fri 20 AugCancelled
A special set from the superhero of soul and destroyer of dance floors
Music, NT Artist
Netanela Mizrahi & Guwanbal Gurruwiwi
The Djari Project
Featuring Young Adelaide Voices' Aurora Ensemble
Sun 15 AugBuy Tickets
Choral art music combining sacred Yolŋu song with Middle Eastern and classical traditions