Bring Her Home
Friday 24 March 7.45pm | ACMI Gandel Lab
| Unclassified - Restricted to persons 15 and over unless accompanied by an adult
Full $22 | Concession $17 | Blak Tix $13 | 3 Film Pass $45 | 5 Film Pass $75
BRING HER HOME follows three Indigenous women — an artist, an activist, and a politician — as they work to vindicate and honor their relatives who are victims in the growing epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. As they face the lasting effects of historical trauma, each woman searches for healing while navigating the oppressive systems that brought about this very crisis.
Director: Leya Hale (Dakota/Diné)
Producers: Leya Hale, Sergio Rapu
USA | 2020 | 60 mins
PREVIEW SHORT FILM:
ᐃᑐᐦᑌᐃᐧᐣ itohtêwin (Goal of Journey or Destination)
Director: Angela Gladue (Cree/Greek) | 2020 | Canada | 5 mins | English
Honouring ancestors of past, present, and future, this video is a tribute to those whose spirits dance on through the stars. We will always remember our loved ones and those whose lives were tragically stolen by ongoing acts of colonial violence.
NOTE: This film is available in the BIRRARANGGA Film Festival 3-pass and 5-pass ticket packages.