Warwick Thornton’s We Don’t Need A Map is an epic telling of Australia’s history, told through an examination of our diverse relationships to one famous constellation – the Southern Cross. It is a challenging, poetic, cosmic essay about who we are as a nation.
The film proudly explores Aboriginal peoples’ law and longstanding spiritual relationships with the land as fundamental to this nation’s identity. It also explores how, despite the many unjust and injurious impacts on the relationship between the wider Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples since colonisation, we are all connected now, under one night sky.
We invite you to a special screening of the film at the Adelaide Action Centre on Thursday the 26th July. This is s FREE screening, but to ensure you’ve got a seat – please RSVP via the link! For any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 08 8110 8100.
See you there!
Amnesty International Australia - SA/NT Branch
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