The Human Rights Arts & Film Festival officially launches 4 to 18 May 2017, followed by a national tour.
To celebrate HRAFF 10th Birthday, enjoy the music and movement at the Footscray Community Arts Centre as HRAFF highlight the rich multicultural and Indigenous tapestry and what makes our community so unique and special.
Celebrations kick off with performances and panel discussion from the musicians and artists involved in the Key of Sea.
A collaborative music project by some of Australia’s best established artists and extraordinary musicians who brought their cultural heritage from across the sea, escaping war, hardship or persecution. This will be followed by a screening of the debut film from Artistic Director of Bangarra Dance Theatre, Stephen Page’s Spear as part of the FCAC Black Screen program. There will be a post-film Q&A with producer John Harvey from Brown Cab Productions.
Visit Footscray Community Arts Centre website for more details.
The full 2017 HRAFF festival program is now available for purchase.