Aboriginal history group shows four films
Pearl Beach Aboriginal History Group has shown a series of four films on Fridays to foster engagement, understanding and interest with aboriginal culture on the Peninsula.
They started on January 3.
So far, the group has screened Top End Wedding, The Final Quarter and Black Anzac, a story that explores the story of indigenous Australians in World War 1.
The final screening will be of the film 2040, a documentary exploring how the future of indigenous Australians will look in 2040.
It will be held at the Pearl Beach Memorial Hall from 7pm on January 24.
Group member Ms Peggy Todd said: "The Pearl Beach Aboriginal History Group shares these films with the community as a public service.
"Everyone is welcome to enjoy them and to participate in any post-film discussions," Ms Todd said.
An entry fee of $5 applies to each screening.
Media release, 6 Jan 2019
Peggy Todd, Pearl Beach Aboriginal History Group
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