Dunwich Hall, Cnr Ballow Road and Junner Street
Experience in the much-loved Dunwich Community Hall, for one night only, screenings of short films inspired by the sands and sea of Quandamooka.
Nikki Michail film clip for Xavier Rudd’s song ‘Follow the
Sun’ was filmed on Minjerribah, North Stradbroke Island,
with the Yulu Burri Bah dancers (People of sand and sea).
Island premiere of writer Cameron Costello’s The Hunter: a short film about an Aboriginal hunter and his true love who
journey through sacred lands on a quest that finds them up
against an ancient creature. Produced by John Harvey
In The Oysterman, a young Indigenous oyster farmer meets
a mysterious young woman when the circus comes to town,
and must decide to follow in his family’s footsteps or follow
love. Written, directed and produced by Romaine Moreton.
The Chuck In. Synopsis: 24 beers, 3 boys and 1 flawless plan. Written and directed by Jon Bell. Produced by Ryan Griffen
The Salt Maiden is adapted from the award-winning short play by Donna Cameron. A woman moves to an island to overcome her fear of drowning, but to cross the strait she must place her life in the hands of the ferryman. Filmed on Coochiemudlo Island in Moreton Bay. Original music composed by Colin Offord. Production and direction by Beverley Carlow
The Something Amazing Project – Screen #1, by Pancho
Colladetti, features North Stradbroke Island and music by
Moby and the Salt Lick’n Hicks with Clara Durbidge. Based
on an original concept by Paul Bishop.
Dreaming stories from Quandamooka Country are presented through a collection of short film animations by Quandamooka artist Sandra Delaney. Quandamooka Dreaming presents new interpretations of the region’s creation stories in a quint-essential expression of cultural spirituality.
Images by Daniel Bunce
Lines in the Sand Southern Moreton Bay Islands connecting artists, ecology, environment and community. A cultural celebration and experience of ephemeral art, performance, film, creative workshops, nature conservation and education.