AUSTRALIA'S PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

CELEBRATING NAIDOC WEEK WITH THE BEST INDIGENOUS FILMS

FILM FEATURE
By Charlie David Page
10th November 2020

NAIDOC Week 2020 acknowledges and celebrates that our nation's story didn't begin with European contact - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have the world's oldest stories that stretch back over 65,000 years.

Those stories are more important than ever right now to ensure their voices are heard now and long into the future - so the SWITCH team has collected the best Indigenous Australian films that remind us of the importance of seeing, hearing and learning the First Nations' history.

RELATEDTHE SAPPHIRESGreat story, great music but lacks guts
RELATEDMYSTERY ROADUp the garden path
RELATEDCHARLIE'S COUNTRYSearching for home
RELATEDGOLDSTONEAn impressive piece of Australian noir
RELATEDSWEET COUNTRYA thunderous Australian masterpiece
RELATEDGURRUMULA celebration of music, culture and friendship
RELATEDUNDERMINED: TALES FROM THE KIMBERLEYAsks urgent questions that demand answers
RELATEDTOP END WEDDINGOutback fantastic
RELATEDTHE FINAL QUARTERTackling a shameful chapter in AFL history
RELATEDTHE ART OF INCARCERATIONA portrait of culture and identity
RELATEDTHE AUSTRALIAN DREAMThe conversation Australia needs to have
RELATEDDARK PLACEAn unsettling Indigenous horror anthology
RELATEDIN MY BLOOD IT RUNSAn eye-opening tale of struggling Indigenous youth
RELATEDEMU RUNNERAnother great win for Indigenous storytelling
TRENDINGWIN UMBRELLA HOME ENTERTAINMENT PRIZE PACKGet copies of Gunda, King Otto and Relic to enjoy at home!
TRENDINGCOSMIC SINA film that delivers on the promise of its title
TRENDINGPOCAHONTAS25 years later, the colours of the wind are fading
TRENDINGREVISITING 'DARK CITY' 20 YEARS LATERThe most underrated and influential sci-fi film ever?
TRENDINGTHE KEEPERThe true story of the Nazi goalkeeper and the English girl
TRENDINGJUNGLE CRUISESailing into a new Disney classic adventure
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