Margaret Mead Film Festival: We Don’t Need a Map
An Indigenous symbol is appropriated by white Australians amid a rise of extremist nationalism.
Fri Oct 20 6:30 PM
We Don't Need a Map
Warwick Thornton | Australia | 86
Racist nationalism is on the rise of Australia, and it's swallowing up the stars. A constellation with tremendous cultural importance to Australia's Indigenous peoples has been adopted as the "Aussie Swazi" by white Australians associated with extreme nationalism. Award-winning Indigenous filmmaker Warwick Thornton returns to the Mead for a feature-length exploration of this urgent topic.
This screening is part of the Margaret Mead Film Festival, taking place 10/20 - 10/22 at the American Museum of Natural History. For more information on their lineup click here.
American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West & 79th St, New York, NY 10024