Wednesday, October 27, 2021 8:30PM
Monday, November 22, 2021 8:30PM
“It is not only straightforwardly racist narratives that Karrabing exists to rebut but also the liberal forms of Indigenous recognition that emerged during the 1970s.”
The Karrabing Film Collective uses the creation of film and art installations as a form of Indigenous grassroots resistance and self-organization.
When the Dogs Talked (2014, 33:56)
This thoughtful yet humorous drama details the difficulties Indigenous communities have living within the strictures of modern white culture while maintaining a sense of their own traditions and relationship to the land.
Windjarrameru, The Stealing C*nt$ (2015, 36:33)
Teenage boys fall into a trap—presumably set to get them jailed for a minor offense—and are pranked by ancestral spirits when they hide out in a toxic mangrove.
Day in the Life (2020, 31:42)
It’s ordinary day in a small rural Indigenous community in which nothing quite works and the authoritative hand of the government is a constant shadowy presence over the community.
General Audience $5, REDCAT Members/Students $3, CalArts Students/Staff/Faculty $3 - For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org