SUNDAY 10TH JULY 2011
FREE SCREEN EVENT
STARTS 1.15pm with a $4.00 bbq.
Direct Action Centre,
8 Gillingham Street, Woolloongabba (next to Buranda Railway Station).
Celebrating the NAIDOC Gathering Season. A lazy Sunday to complete the perfect gathering season week!
Enjoy a day with friends and family with lunch and Indigenous films.
SATURDAY 13th NOVEMBER 2010
10.30AM – 12.30PM
COLOURISE SEMINAR: COUNTRY – LIFE PORTRAITS
Brisbane City Council, Brisbane Square Library Theatrette. (Opposite the Casino main entrance.)
Indigenous Artists and Film-makers in discussion about how land communicates through their work.
SUNDAY 31ST OCTOBER 2010
11AM – 9.30PM
COLOURISE on the FRINGE
Jagera Arts Centre, Top of Musgrave Park, 121 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane.
In the mood for the film season? Gather at your leisure – an appetiser for BIFF.
Colourise presents a day to graze and gaze: a program of Local National and International Indigenous Films
with a chance to share your views.
TRANSFORMAnaTIVE FORUM EVENT:
Is it time for a Queensland Indigenous Screen Culture Collective?
MON 2ND to SAT 28TH AUGUST 2010
BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Brisbane City Council, Brisbane Square Library.
COLOURISE collaborates with BLACK HISTORY MONTH, a Coolamon Event supported by the Brisbane City Council. Colourise was invited to manage the film segment of Black History Month, providing a great opportunity to bring together a program of work by Indigenous film-makers, and others, in recognition of Indigenous perspectives on history and to celebrate our enduring, venerable society.
The program of films exhibits on each Saturday of the month, as well as in the last week, 23 – 28th August.
Details of the BLACK HISTORY EVENT are available on the Brisbane City Council What’s On site
BLACK HISTORY MONTH
PLEASE NOTE: In this program Sat 21/8, the director of documentary ”Same Place My Home” has been credited to Rachael Perkins in error. The directors are Christine Peacock and Carl Fisher. Please also note that Sat 14th August LOL starts at 11.30am and ends at 1.30pm.
Whilst it was declared at Survival Day Sydney 2008 that Indigenous Australia celebrate Black History Month in July during the NAIDOC gathering season, in some cases circumstances have prevented organisers adhering to this designated time. Black History Month has been celebrated internationally since the 1980s. There is also a suggestion that Black History is every month.