Ten canoes, one movie

Before cars and petrol, before alcohol and white people, the original people joked, danced, made love and hunted.

The next arthouse movie at Birch Carroll & Coyle in Lismore is Ten Canoes. This film by Rolf De Heer and the Ramingining people of North Australia is the first major Australian film completely filmed in an indigenous language with English narration and sub-titles.

Presented by the U3As film group it helps us to understand our history and live amicably together.

U3A has received a special discount for this Sundays screening (August 27) and ticket prices will be $8.50. Over 60s (dont lie about your age...) will pay $7.

The screening begins at12.30pm and after the film therell be coffee, munchies and, no doubt, some discussion about the film, at La Baracca caf next door to the cinema.

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