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Acknowledgement


                    We would like to highlight that SWARM will take place on stolen and unceded Darug land. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded.


About


           Across multiple films that throw into relief our future and freedom, SWARM is a once-in-a-lifetime-immaculate-corpse-of-throat-grabbing-films screening at Skyline Drive-In (Blacktown).                                         SWARM foregrounds the radical and desperately creative strategies of experi-personal filmmaking. Across multiple films that throw into relief our future and freedom, SWARM is a once-in-a-lifetime-immaculate-corpse-of-throat-grabbing-films screening at Skyline Drive-In (Blacktown). From the glamourous secrets of the girls outside the clock, by way of public sex culture, and through cinematic inventiveness of alternative identities, this film festival sets asunder what needs to be built versus what should be destroyed. Grating against scarcity with a lineup abundant in experiments, SWARM gestures towards a redemptive future built out of harrowing experiences. SWARM invites you to gather under the stars and crack out of history. This is a night not to be missed.               


Program Snapshot


                ︎    local music (e fishpool & sam miers)                ︎    Tracey Moffatt           ︎    Derrick Woods-Morrow            ︎    Dele Adeyemo & Hermes Iyele            ︎    Gbenga Komolafe & Tee Jaehyung Park                ︎    Ahya Simone                    ︎    House of Slé & Garden Reflexxx                 ︎    Cheryl Dunye           ︎    Karrabing Film Collective            &   more         


Announcements

Ticketing ︎     General Admission = $35.00 + $2.39 booking fee.     Community Admission = $20.00 + 1.79 booking fee.    First Nation Admission = FREE.                ︎Doors from 7pm.               



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