Premium Content:

Virtual Indigenous Film Festival returns for Reconciliation Week

The Virtual Indigenous Film Festival (VIFF) is now screening, marking Reconciliation Week across the country.

- Advertisement -

The festival’s aim is to showcase First Nations stories and voices, and spark conversations about how we can all contribute to Reconciliation in Australia.

The fourth annual festival features five award-winning films including Firebite, My Name Is Gulpilil, Off Country and Wash My Soul in the River’s Flow, along with short films from First Nations creators and talent.

Each screening is also complemented by an interactive livestream and Q&A with special guest speakers and First Nations leaders.

Each Q&A will be hosted by Yankunyjatjara and Wirangu presenter Shelley Ware, known for her work on NITV’s Marngrook Footy Show and her sports column in the Koori Mail.

Virtual Indigenous Film Festival is now screening. Head to fanforcetv.com for more info.


You can support our work by subscribing to our Patreon
or contributing to our GoFundMe campaign.

Latest

Andrea Thompson says John Quigley’s comments are unacceptable

Transgender rights activist Andrea Thompson says the removal of...

Gender law reform described as flawed but an improvement

One of WA's leading LGBTIQA+ support organisations has welcomed...

Mr Gay World competition responds to defamation case ruling

The South African based organisation that runs the Mr...

On This Gay Day | In 1965 The White House was picketed by homosexual protesters

So often the story of LGBTIQA+ rights is described...

Newsletter

Don't miss

Andrea Thompson says John Quigley’s comments are unacceptable

Transgender rights activist Andrea Thompson says the removal of...

Gender law reform described as flawed but an improvement

One of WA's leading LGBTIQA+ support organisations has welcomed...

Mr Gay World competition responds to defamation case ruling

The South African based organisation that runs the Mr...

On This Gay Day | In 1965 The White House was picketed by homosexual protesters

So often the story of LGBTIQA+ rights is described...

Ladyhawke announces Australian tour

Kiwi artist Ladyhawke, aka Pip Brown, is touring Australia...

Andrea Thompson says John Quigley’s comments are unacceptable

Transgender rights activist Andrea Thompson says the removal of the WA Gender Reassignment Board is welcomed but has also raised concern about some of...

Gender law reform described as flawed but an improvement

One of WA's leading LGBTIQA+ support organisations has welcomed the Cook Government's announcement that they will update the process people undergo to officially change...

Mr Gay World competition responds to defamation case ruling

The South African based organisation that runs the Mr Gay World competition has released a statement in relation their defamation court case against a...