HOMELAND STORY is a remarkable MUST SEE story of cross-cultural cooperation in the development of Donydji, an Indigenous Homeland in Arnhem Land. The Rotary Club of Melbourne not only feature in the film along with the Vietnam Vets who worked with the young men of Donydji, it is thanks to their financial support that this film exists.
The film charts the Donydji community's transition from nomadic life to the digital age, from the 1960s to the present day, and the work of genetic anthropologist and Vietnam Veteran, Dr Neville White.
Watch the trailer - https://vimeo.com/336773143

EndTrachoma by 2020 has been given the exclusive opportunity to hold screenings around Australia, to not only benefit our project but also to help the Donydji community and enlighten as many as possible about our Indigenous Australians. We have held 3 online screenings with more screenings to come.
Next Sessions: Fridays 3, 10, 24 and 31 July - Come join us.
Trybookings: https://www.trybooking.com/BJRSD only $10 per screening (funds to assist with End Trachoma projects - latest newsletter)
Join us on Zoom from the comfort of your lounge-room to watch this remarkable film.
Contact Sandi: sandi@endtrachoma2020.org.au