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First Nations Film Festival 2024

May 27 - June 10

The First Nations Film Festival (FNFF) will be held from May 27 to June 10, with the program to stream during National Reconciliation Week, which this year carries the theme of Now More Than Ever.

Among the featured films is Sinem Saban’s Luku Ngarra – The Law of the Land, set in the Yolngu Nation of Northeast Arnhem Land and driven by one of the country’s most respected Indigenous elders, Rev Dr Djiniyini Gondarra.

Other notable titles include Ivan Sen’s Limbo, starring Simon Baker; Documentaries Servant or Slave and Croker Island Exodus, both directed by Steven McGregor; and Mark Street’s Dig Deeper, which showcases four divergent Indigenous artists using their personal stories to create internationally recognised urban art.

All films will stream on the FanForceTV platform, accessible on iOS, Android, MACs, PCs, and can stream to media boxes such as Apple TV and Chromecast. There are discounts for bulk purchases, allowing members to watch at home or together in the office.

This year’s festival again is raising money for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF), with Funds donated during the festival to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander remote Communities across Australia with culturally relevant books, and resources.

ILF programs support Communities to create and publish their stories in languages of their choice


May 27
June 10
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