Colourise Festival 2007 – you are here

NAIDOC THEME : LOOKING FORWARD LOOKING BLAK
Celebrating the gathering spirit of NAIDOC Week
– 50 years of NAIDOC – 40(000) years of citizenship.

SUNDAY 8 – SATURDAY 14 JULY 2007
… a unique Indigenous screen culture …
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES

PROGRAM

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

SUNDAY 8 JULY, 12-3.30PM
MUSGRAVE PARK CULTURAL CENTRE – ELDERS FORUM & NAIDOC LAUNCH
Jagera Arts Centre, 121 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane (top of Musgrave Park).
A gathering of our elders to launch NAIDOC celebrations where Colourise presents a post-forum screening of Murri community documentary, Same Place My Home.

MONDAY 9 JULY, 6-PM
WELCOMING THE GATHERING SPIRIT – by Invitation.
Forest food lounge, 124 Boundary Street, West End, with fine films, food, music and cheer.
FOREST INVITATION

TUESDAY 10 – FRIDAY 13 JULY 2007
CINEMA AlterNATIVE – CAFE SCREENINGS
Enjoy our selection of short films from the Australian Film Commission’s Black Screen Program.
Various times and cafes in West End. Get a group together and make a booking now!
AlterNATIVE PROGRAM

9am, 12pm, 3pm
The Coffee Club, 209 Boundary Street, West End.
Ph: 07 3846 7233

9am, 12pm, 3pm (or by request)
Avid Reader, 193 Boundary, Street West End.
Ph: 07 3846 3422

9am, 12pm, 3pm (or by request)
Tognini’s, The Library Shop, State Library Queensland, South Bank.
Ph: 07 3840 7546/ 07 3840 7576

12pm, 6pm
Seagrass, 220 Melbourne Street, South Brisbane.
Ph: 07 3844 8811

FRIDAY 13 JULY, 10-11.30AM
TRIBUTE CEREMONY @ MPCC NAIDOC FAMILY FUN DAY
Jagera Arts Centre, 121 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane.
Celebrating Indigenous family traditions with the presentation of a special DVD tribute award to Johnny and Kisses Brady and family.
TRIBUTE INVITATION

FRIDAY 13 JULY 12.30-1.30PM
LUNCH TIME SHORTS @ MPCC NAIDOC FAMILY FUN DAY
Vocal Lounge, Musgrave Park.
Enjoy short films with your lunch and hang around for the line-up of extraordinary entertainment by local community artists.

THURSDAY 21 JUNE – TUESDAY 31 JULY 2007
SCHOOL SCREENINGS (screening details in EVENT PROGRAM above)
Aimed at the artists, film and media makers of tomorrow – revealing possibilities for the future, raising awareness about diverse study, career options, and strengthening contemporary Indigenous Australian culture – at Murri School, Wavel Heights High, Sandgate High and Southside Ed.

COLOURISE FESTIVAL GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES THE SUPPORT OF OUR SPONSORS AND PARTNERS:
Brisbane City Council, Queensland University of Technology, Pacific Film & Television Commission, Australian Film Commission Black Screen Program, Musgrave Park Cultural Centre Inc., and Media Arts Asia Pacific.