Tag: indigenous

  • Home and Away

    “It takes quite a while to get here”, I said to a friend at lunch today. He and his partner are also from the Eastern Suburbs where the idea of a trip to Lane Cove is the kind of thing you might only consider on a long-weekend!… Read the rest

  • Perfect Saturday

    As I wandered home from a really terrific lunch this afternoon, another great Darlinghurst laneway caught my eye. At first it was the colour constrast between the spectacular blue sky and the bricks and stones, and then the “Hope Street” sign caught my eye.… Read the rest

  • Ten Canoes

    I went to the Opening Night of the Sydney Film Festival where the film, “Ten Canoes” was shown.

    The film’s significance is three-fold: it relies on a non-linerar story telling model; it’s the first feature film almost entirely spoken (with subtitles) in an indigenous language; and there are no white people in this movie.… Read the rest

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