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25 November 2017
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Indigenous films supplied free for Naidoc Week


The AFC's Black Screen program can supply DVD compiles of short films by Indigenous filmmakers free to communities, councils and groups for screening as part of NAIDOC Week (2-9 July) or other events.

Event coordinators or community representatives can contact Emelda Davis, Black Screen Coordinator, (emelda.davis@afc.gov.au) for more information including titles, synopses and promotional materials.

Hunter Page-Lochard plays Frankie in The Djarn Djarns.
photo - Mark Rogers