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Perth Cultural Centre & Screen Arts present The Goologoolup NAIDOC Screenings during 2018 NAIDOC Week, which runs from 8 to 15 July 2018.

The Goologoolup NAIDOC Screenings is a free program of films from the NSFA Black Screens collection and the Western Australian Indigenous Community Stories (ICS) collection.

The program includes Mini Screens, a selection of short animated films for children; Young Adult Stories, and Redemption Stories: WA, which focuses on the resilience of Western Australian Indigenous communities.

On Friday, 13 July, the never-before-screened ICS: Western Australian Stories features three documentaries from the ICS collection. The featured stories explore the creativity of Indigenous artists and musicians from across the state: Sally Bin Denim, Laurel Nannup, and the Gunada Band.

All screenings are free.

Highlight | WA Indigenous Community Stories (ICS)

When: Friday, 13 July at 12:15pm

Where: State Library of Western Australia Theatre

This program features three documentaries from the ICS collection, exploring the creativity of Indigenous artists and musicians from across the state.

This is a rare opportunity to view films from this rich archive of WA’s Indigenous community.

The full film program for Goologoolup NAIDOC Screenings is available on the Screen Arts website.

These screenings are made possible thanks to supporting partners Screenwest, The State Library of Western Australia, The State Theatre Centre, National Film and Sound Archive, and the Perth Cultural Centre.