Films

We Don’t Need a Map

Warwick Thornton (Kaytej)
2017 | 86 minutes
Country of Production: Australia
Country Featured: Australia
US Premiere | Director in Attendance

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. 

Co-presented by the Australian Consulate-General New York and Rooftop Films

Plays with Marrimarrigun

MARGARET MEAD FILMMAKER AWARD CONTENDER