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Our Generation: Land, Culture, Freedom

The 240 years since Captain Cook’s arrival at Botany Bay have been tough ones for the Aboriginal people of Australia. While some things have improved, Sinem Saban's film shows there is plenty more still to be done

Join filmmakers Sinem Saban and Damien Curtis, and Professor Germaine Greer, for the UK debut of their groundbreaking film, Our Generation: Land, Culture, Freedom, at the Frontline Club on the 13th February and at the Royal Geographical Society on the 16th. Hailed by critics as 'Austrailia’s 'Inconvenient Truth', Our Generation takes you deep into the heartland of Aboriginal Australia where the people still face a fight to survive. From alcoholism and human rights violations to third world living conditions, the Aborigine people and their way of life is under threat. This film is your chance to help do something about it.
Cost: Tickets are £12 on the door, £10 if you book early and £8 for concessions.

Dates: 13th February, 2011

The Frontline Club
13 Norfolk Place,
W2 1QJ

16th February, 2011

Royal Geographical Society
1 Kensington Gore

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All proceeds will go to help support Aborigines in their fight for self-determination in Australia’s Northern Territory.


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