As part of National Reconciliation Week we are partnering with the Daylesford Community Cinema to bring you some special screenings.

Tuesday, 28 May 2019 at 6:00pm

Undermined: Tales From The Kimberley (1hr 30min)

Award-winning director Nicholas Wrathall investigates the true costs of development in the world-famous Kimberley, where mega-mining and pastoral developments threaten not just the pristine environment but more than 200 Indigenous communities and their peoples’ sacred links to Country.

Daylesford Town Hall

Community Screening – Free Entry

Thursday, 30 May 2019 at 7:00pm

We Don’t Need A Map (1hr 25min)

A feature length documentary about Australia’s complex relationship to the Southern Cross. It is the most famous constellation in the southern hemisphere and 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, and just about completely unknown. Warwick Thornton, one of Australia’s leading film-makers, tackles this fiery subject head on in a bold, provocative and poetic essay-film. Produced by Barefoot Films.

Daylesford Town Hall

Community Screening – Free Entry

Friday, 31 May 2019 at 7:00pm

Top End Wedding  (1hr 53min)

Lauren and Ned are engaged, they are in love, and they have just ten days to find Lauren’s mother who has gone AWOL somewhere in the remote far north of Australia, reunite her parents and pull off their dream wedding.

Daylesford Town Hall

Community Screening – $15 – all proceeds will be donated to Daylesford Community Cinema

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