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Hosting a screening of a Reconciliation Film Club documentary is an opportunity to bring people together to develop a deeper understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives, histories and cultures, to ignite conversation and spark change. It’s also a great platform to engage staff more actively in your organisation’s RAP plan.

 

The Films

Screen a documentary from Australia’s leading Indigenous filmmakers with the Reconciliation Film Club. 

 

This platform has everything you need to support a successful event in your workplace or community.

Hold a screening of Connection To Country to increase understanding of the value of Indigenous cultural heritage so that it is respected.
Your screening of Occupation: Native is an opportunity to have an important and positive conversation about what's been missing from Australian history books.
In My Own Words follows the journey of adult Aboriginal students and their teachers as they discover the transformative power of reading and writing.
Servant or Slave is an emotional and confronting insight into the history and legacy of the domestic servitude enforced upon Aboriginal girls in Australia.
You can request a screening of We Don't Need a Map, which will be available in 2018 after it's cinema release.
Request a Screening Copy

Contact the rights holder to obtain a copy of the film. 

Explore more

Want to explore more or engage with the themes explored in the films? 

For a long time Tyson Mowarin had wanted to make a film that was able to demonstrate what connection to country really meant to Aboriginal people. Tired of seeing...
The dark history of forced labour and Stolen Wages is slowly becoming a national conversation, with people sharing their traumatic first-hand experiences of...
The small nation of Cuba and the community of Bourke have completed the Literacy for Life Adult Literacy Program.
The Frontier Wars refer to conflicts between Europeans and Aboriginal people including battles, acts of resistance and open massacres from 1788 to the 1930s.
Servant or Slave Director Steven McGregor and former Cootamundra Girl Rita Wright discuss an unacknowledged part of our recent past.