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Six Indigenous stories,
five inspiring discussions
National Reconciliation Week is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures and achievements.
Join us in celebrating Reconciliation Week with this year's Virtual Indigenous Film Festival. This year's theme, #MoreThanAWord reminds us to always be working towards braver and more impactful action.
Each Virtual Screening will be followed by a Livestream Q&A with the film team, change makers and experts for an open and inclusive discussion.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
Stay up to date with exclusive Festival updates and speaker announcements on the Facebook Event!
VIFF 2021 will feature 6 Indigenous stories throughout Reconciliation Week, followed by Live Q&As with special guest speakers. We invite you to take part in these important post-screening discussions as we celebrate together.
register for a virtual screening
Choose a Virtual Screening, click 'Register Now' and continue to check out to reserve your spot for the Virtual Screening.
watching virtual screenings
Access the Virtual Screening 5min before the event start time by logging into your FanForce TV account. The Screenings are livestreamed, so be sure to arrive on time!
Participate in the Q&A
Stay tuned after the film to watch the Live Q&A with our special guest speakers. Use the Live Chat to share your insights and ask them anything.
If you can't make the VIFF Virtual Screenings during Reconciliation Week, the films will be replayed as Encore Screenings, 7-11th June 5pm AEST.
From VIFF 2020
"I think it’s a great initiative and look forward to seeing how the lens of film can celebrate and highlight the diverse voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples."
Co-chair National NAIDOC Committee
"A great opportunity for us to speak directly to people everywhere about our film and its educational programs that have been making a real impact. This is what Reconciliation Week is about."
“We're excited to be partnering with FanForce for the Virtual Indigenous Film Festival and to be amongst this great line-up of films. We’re looking forward to discussing Douglas Grant's story with audiences after the screening!”
Director, The Skin Of Others
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