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Winda Film Festival celebrates emerging and established Indigenous filmmakers from across Australia and around the world. 

 

From epic survival thrillers to inspiring true stories and innovative shorts, the WINDA Film Festival returns for its fourth year from 21-24 November 2019 to celebrate trailblazing Indigenous filmmakers and share the universal stories of Indigenous nations.

 

The 2019 Festival will screen six brand new full length features, five thought-provoking documentaries, as well as a witty Australian TV series and a jam-packed line-up of stellar shorts from 16 countries across the globe.

 

International Shorts: OUR PLACE IN THE WORLD
Whether on the journey as a young person to find where you fit in, fighting the colonial structures, or fighting yourself, we all need to find our place in the world.
- AWA
- MAREIKURA
- NGA KOE KOEA
- Hinekura
- Down on the Sidewalk in Waikiki
- Liliu
- Hae Hawai'i
- USHUI, la luna y el trueno
- Nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up

 

Australian Shorts: BOUNDED BY SEA
A collection of Australian shorts that talk to generational stories of owning the decisions that you make.
- Elders
- Shed
- Ties That Bind
- Walter's Ghost
- What do you see
- My Name is Mudju
- Sgaawaay K'luna: EDGE OF KNIFE  
- Kylyk khomus: Cursed Harp

 

Bush Shorts
A collection of films made in remote parts of our community, supported by ICTV who offer a snapshot of films from their awards this year. From student films to emerging filmmakers to storytellers in media organisations we traverse around Australia.
- Bush Medicine: Dianne Stokes - Pawu Springs
- Yókkarra
- Alpiri: Roy Yaltjangki - NPYWC 
- Yolngu Man Walking - Ngukurr Story Project
- White Ibis Sorcerer 
- Eternal
- NOT JUST NUMBERS  
- Restless River

 

DATE: 21 - 24 November

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