A film and screen journey through the world of First Peoples.
From locally produced pieces to works from our brothers and sisters in the Pacific, to the Americas, the Arctic Circle and the deserts of the Sahara, Nandeebie Screen will be a film and screen journey through the world of First Peoples.
We are listening to the voices which beat alongside our own rhythms, seeking to share knowledge which illuminates our sovereign place in the world.
Nandeebie Screen will bring an eclectic mix of short and feature films, documentaries and digital arts screenings together in Nandeebie (Cleveland) on the lands of the Quandamooka people.
Running in conjunction with this screen weekend at RPAC there will be a gallery exhibition of media works from Indigenous artists at Redland Art Gallery, culminating with a winter solstice community screening on Coochiemudlo Island.
Exploring themes of science, eldership, art resistance, ceremony, gender fluidity, virtual reality and some homage to modern day icons, the programme will be sure to provoke thought and engage viewers with First Peoples’ voices.
For a sneak peek of some of the films that will be screened visit the Nandeebie Screen website.
Concert Hall Screenings require tickets. Outdoor screenings are free films on the RPAC lawn.