ANU Film Group screening: Gurrumul
In conjunction with National Reconciliation Week 2022, ANU Film Group is screening Gurrumul (2017) on Saturday 28 May.
Gurrumul (2017)96 minutes Rated: Parental Guidance (PG)
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following program contains images and voices of people who have died.
A portrait of one of Australia's most celebrated and influential voices, Geoffrey Gurrumul Yuninpingu, who was born blind from birth and found purpose and meaning through music and songs.
Established in 1966, the ANU Film Group is one of the oldest and largest film societies in Australia. Screening over 150 films a year from a dedicated cinema in the Kambri Precinct, membership is open to all. Find out what's on at www.anufg.org.au
Registration is required for this event.
Accessible parking spaces are available around campus should you require them.
This is an in-person, indoor event and The Australian National University still requires masks be worn.
To help keep everyone safe, please ensure that you are familiar with, and follow, the advice from ACT Health regarding COVID-19.
If you do not feel well, please refrain from attending this event.
Date and Times
Room: Cinema, Kambri Cultural Centre