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High Ground | National Reconciliation Week Movie Night with RAA

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This National Reconciliation Week, we’re inviting you to a free viewing of the film High Ground at the Capri Theatre, Goodwood.

Please join us at this special event on Monday 29 May at 6:30pm where we’ll be joined by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders for a Dance and Digeridoo performance and Welcome to Country before the film presentation.

Building relationships is an important part of RAA’s commitment to reconciliation, and this event marks a valuable education opportunity for our employees and our community to learn and reflect during National Reconciliation Week.

The screening is free, but if you wish to donate, we’ll be accepting gold coin donations for our partners, Tjindu Foundation. You can learn more about our partnership with Tjindu here.

About High Ground:

High Ground sees Simon Baker (The Mentalist) as a disillusioned officer in 1920s Arnhem Land trying to balance duty and justice on the bloody frontier of colonial expansion.

Indigenous elder Witiyana Marika, of Yothu Yindi fame, tries to steady the ship as worlds collide and violence and oppression are wrought upon the land.

It’s a gripping man-hunt story tracked through the awe-inspiring Northern Territory, with Aussie screen legend Jack Thompson, Underbelly star Callan Mulvey, and newcomer Jacob Junior Nayinggul.

The film pulls no punches in its raw depiction of life during settlement and grapples with piercingly relevant themes of ownership, cooperation, and the soul of the nation and its connection to the land it comprises.

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