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a talk of Indigenous wisdom clashing against materialist notions of progress

Kanyini is a beautiful film in magnificent colour which looks at the world's oldest living culture in a way that has never been seen before. Uncle Bob Randall, traditional owner of Uluru and former Indigenous Person of the Year, is the storyteller of Kanyini which he describes as a the principle of connectedness through caring and responsibility that informs all aspects of Aboriginal life. Rated PG.

Date: Friday June 29, 2007
Time: 9.30am - doors open at 9.10am.


Collaroy Cinema, Pittwater Road, Collaroy Beach

Bookings: Pat Frater 9971 0735

Kanyini will also be shown at Manly Cinema on June 27 (6pm) and at Avalon RSL on June 28 (6.30pm). Uncle Bob Randall and Melanie Hogan, Director of Kanyini, will be present at all screenings and will talk about the film with the audiences.

100% of ticket sales will go to the Kanyini Foundation
for the Mutijulu Community, Uluru.

These screenings are coordinated by Manly and Pittwater Councils and the Aboriginal Support Group, who thank the Mustaca Family for making the Collaroy Cinema available.

For more information please see:

SBS interview with Melanie Hogan, director, & Uncle Bob (3 minutes 20)