“Nandeebie Screen is a film and screen journey through the world of First Peoples, from locally produced to works from our brothers and sisters in the Pacific, to the Americas, the Artic circle and the deserts of the Sahara. We are listening to the voices which beat alongside our own rhythms, seeking to share knowledges which illuminate our sovereign place in the world”.
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“Short films include I Matai (The Dead), which is an experimental take on the ancient Chamoru death ceremony told through the prayers of a man grieving over the death of his brother”.
An extraordinary short film involving fire, ritual offerings, water and sound,.