Queer PHOTO: Marungka Tjalatjunu (Dipped In Black) Film Screening and Q&A

Queer PHOTO: Marungka Tjalatjunu (Dipped In Black) Film Screening and Q&A
3 February 2024, 4—5pm

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Event Information

Join us at the opening of this screening on Saturday 3 February, as part of Queer Out West site takeover; for a screening of the award-winning documentary ‘Marungka Tjalatjunu (Dipped in Black)’ created by Derik Lynch and Matthew Thorne.

The film follows Yankunytjatjara queer artist Derik Lynch who takes a road trip back to Country for spiritual healing – a journey from the oppressive white city in Adelaide, back home to his remote Anangu Community (Apatula) to perform on sacred Inma ground.

‘Marungka Tjalatjunu’ won the Silver Bear Jury Prize (Short Film), a Teddy Award for best queer short film at the 2023 Berlinale and the 2023 Documentary Australia award at Sydney Film Festival.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with both Derik Lynch and Matthew Thorne.

This is a free event however capacity is limited so bookings are essential.

When: 3 February 2024, 4—5pm
Cost: Free

This event is part of Queer PHOTO Exhibition, which is a collaboration comprising large-scale outdoor works, indoor gallery exhibitions, and an interactive public performance program by local and international artists, as part of Midsumma Festival. Check out Queer PHOTO Exhibition for more information.

Date & Times

Saturday 3 February, 4:00 pm-5:00 pm

Footscray Community Arts



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