Black Screen: Warburdar Bununu — Water Shield
A young leader is devastated when Borroloola Town Camps are bombarded with water contamination notices. No one seems to be taking responsibility in the Northern Territory and with continued mining up river his family’s way of life is under constant threat. He sets out to find answers knowing that his Elders will never leave their ancestral homelands. On this quest he rediscovers hope in the healing power of story, family and culture.
Our Black Screen film program is curated by John Harvey from Brown Cabs, a FCAC Company in Residence.
Written and directed by: Jason De Santolo
Produced by: John Harvey
WHEN: Tuesday 17 September, 6.30pm
COST: Free. Bookings required.
This event has been kept free to ensure it is accessible to the community. If you are in a position to pay, please feel free to make a tax deductible donation when you register online or at reception on the day.
Presented in partnership with Moondani Balluk at Victoria University as part of FCAC’s Indigenous Cultural Program.
1- Scott McDinny. Image by John Harvey.