Small Island Big Song Watch Party and Q&A
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About the Event
An opportunity to experience the world from the view of 100 first nations artists from around the globe through Small Island Big Song, a 3-year-in-the-making film that reunites a shared ancestry of the Pacific and Indian ocean islands through song, creating a contemporary and relevant epic musical statement in the face of Climate Change.
You will have the opportunity to experience first-hand the music of Charles Maimarrosia, a multi-instrumental artist from the Pipisu village of the Solomon Islands and one of the artists that is featured in the film.
After viewing the film, director Tim Cole, producer BaoBao Chen and Charles Maimarrosia will be available for a lively Q&A. This unique panel will be excited to answer all of your questions and feedback about the film, and the culture and the effects of climate change on the pacific and Indian ocean islands from Madagascar to Rapa Nui/Easter Island, Taiwan to Zenadth Kes/ The Torres Strait.
Exclusive watch party and q&a session 7:00pm, Saturday November 14 Tickets $15 through trybooking.com/BMBKU
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Supported by Creative Victoria