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Venice. 1576. The plague spreads rapidly. Those with money and property fled. But one man remains faithful to his city. He is Venice’s most devoted painter –Tintoretto.
Screenings, Festivals & Programs
A collection of short films and animations from Canada.
Exploring darker themes that address some of the hard truths faced by our communities.
In 1985, with her people feeling deeply disenfranchised by the US government, Wilma Mankiller took office as the Cherokee Nation's first female principal chief.
Tia, a 10 year-old Syrian refugee living in Montreal, finds a magic portal to the Arctic where she befriends an Inuk girl in a world of Inuit myth and magic.
As a fair skinned, middle-aged Aboriginal man with a Norwegian wife and two young "Koori-Wegian" kids, Grant is still struggling with his identity.
Yakutia, the 1930s. When an eagle appears early in the winter, old Mikipper and his wife Oppuos dare not drive the sacred creature away.
When is a family reunion not a reunion? When your family has never met. Features a Q&A with co-writer Betty-Ann Adams.
A selection of heartwarming stories from across continents highlighting the similarities of cultural values.
A harrowing tale of survival during the 1845 copper rush, when Angelique, a young Ojibway, and her husband Charlie are left stranded in a brutal winter.
Apr 21 - 27
Christian Petzold's impeccably crafted Cold War drama and Berlin Film Festival Silver Bear award winner.
Families are invited to Classic, Lido, Cameo, and Ritz Cinemas for a special 'family fun day' screening of Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun.
After her uncle's death, a young girl must speak on his behalf against a pipeline that would bring oil tanker traffic to the waters around her hometown.
A collection of short films from across the globe.
A selection of Australian shorts celebrating the UN year for Indigenous Languages, curated by Artistic Director of Winda Film Festival (NSW) Pauline Clague.
Wiñaypacha is a deeply emotional experience and features stunning cinematography that must be seen on the big screen.
Allara Briggs Pattison is a Yorta Yorta musician, composer and climate justice activist on a journey of identity and connection with her family, Country and culture.
Panels, Lectures & Ideas
A story of outcasts - native Hawaiian prisoners shipped 3,000 miles across the ocean to a for-profit prison in the desert of Arizona.
This suspense-filled sci-fi adventure for all ages draws on Greenlandic culture, myth, folklore and legends, with a healthy dose of humour.
A retrospective and celebration of Victorian Indigenous stories on screen.
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