[csaa-forum] National symposium on Australian Indigenous community film and video

Therese Davis Therese.Davis at arts.monash.edu.au
Wed Apr 21 14:53:10 CST 2010

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A national symposium celebrating three decades of

Australian Indigenous community film and video

Supported by:
Research Unit in Film Culture and Theory (School of English,  
Communications and Performance Studies), Monash University
Centre for Australian Indigenous Studies, Monash University
Australian Centre for the Moving Image

Date: 8-9 June 2010

Venue: Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), Federation  
Square, Melbourne, Australia

Invited speakers:
Malarndirri McCarthy (MLA – Arnhem Land)
Faye Ginsberg (New York University)
Romaine Moreton (Umulliko Indigenous Higher Education Research Centre,  
University of Newcastle, poet and filmmaker)
Lynette Russell (Centre for Australian Indigenous Studies, Monash)
John Bradley (Centre for Australian Indigenous Studies, Monash)
Jason Eades (Koorie Heritage Trust, Victoria)
Alessandro Cavadini (Red Dirt Films)
Carolyn Strachan (Red Dirt Films)
Leonard Norman, Graham Friday, Dinah Norman and Mavis Timothy  
Kimba Thompson (Sista Girl Productions)
Trevor Graham (Yarra Bank Films)
Jason De Santolo (Jumbunna UTS Indigenous Education)
Maryrose Casey (Centre for Theatre and Performance, Monash)

Full Programme:

Screening features
Internationally acclaimed and recently updated Two Laws (1981)
Australian premiere of Yanyuwa Animated Songline Project (2010)
Areoplane Dance (1994)
New Indigenous works from ACMI’s Digital Storytelling Project and  
Sista Girl Productions.
Two Laws DVD Launch,  with Malarndirri McCarthy (MLA – Arnhem Land)  
and Faye Ginsburg (NYU), followed by a public screening.

Conference dinner: Wednesday 9 June 2010

One Day: $80
Two Days: $120

Contact: Therese.Davis at arts.monash.edu.au

Dr Therese Davis (Co-Director, Research Unit in Film Culture and  
Theory, Monash University)
Helen Simondson (ACMI)


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