Adrian Newstead OAM and the Board of The Aboriginal Benefits Foundation is delighted to invite you to its private screening of the feature film Emu Runner (one of three 2018 ABF grant recipients).
When: 6pm, Thursday 6 December 2018
Where: Chauvel Cinema | 249 Oxford Street | Paddington, Sydney
RSVP: 22 November 2018
Your admission price will be used to support ongoing ABF programs.
Positioned near the banks of the Barwon River, Brewarrina is the traditional land of the Ngemba, Murrawarri, Ualari, Weilwan and Baranbinja people. Before the British came, thousands of people visited Brewarrina for large corroborees in which each group's use of the stone fish traps was controlled by strict protocols. To this day the river continues to hold great significance as well as nourish its community.
Thoughts on the film
- Writer/Director/Producer Imogen Thomas
- Producer Victor Evatt
About the Aboriginal Benefits Foundation
The objectives of the Aboriginal Benefits Foundation are to promote, provide and carry out activities, facilities and projects for the benefit, welfare and well-being of Aboriginal communities throughout Australia and the members of those communities. The Foundation has a particular focus on supporting health and education projects with a connection to Aboriginal art and/or artists, which are undertaken to assist the youth, the aged and those who suffer from infirmity, disability, poverty or other disadvantageous social or economic circumstances.
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