Dig Deeper

Denmark Civic Centre

host: Denmark Arts

where: Sunday 14th July, 6:00 pm Denmark Civic Centre

LOT 3 Strickland St, Denmark WA 6333

$13.00 AUD Admission + $2.00 booking fee + $5.00 fundraiser fee = $20.00

*This screening is a fundraiser and has a Q&A session.

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Adelaide premiere screening

Please note: This ticket entitles you to a single screening of Dig Deeper only.

For a Day pass to both films click HERE.



please take advantage of a $5 discount on your single pass ticket by entering the Concession Code: DAFNFFCC at checkout. Remember to bring your concession card to present at the screening for verification. This offer ensures everyone has the opportunity to experience the First Nations Film Festival. Secure your discounted tickets and join us for this special event!



the event

Join us for an extraordinary celebration of NAIDOC Week 2024 at the First Nations Film Festival, hosted by Denmark Arts. On 14th July at the Denmark Civic Centre, immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage and contemporary stories of Indigenous Australia with two powerful films: “Luku Ngurra: Law of the Land” (PG) at 4 PM and “Dig Deeper” (M) at 6 PM. Enjoy insightful guest speakers, Aunty Lyn Knapp and Aunty Violet Coyne, as they share their perspectives. Doors open at 3:30 PM, with delicious food, drinks, snacks, and merchandise available. Secure your spot with a day pass for $35, a single film pass for $20, or a concession film pass for $15. Prepaid Bookings are essential


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the film

Dig Deeper into the lives of four Aboriginal artists.

Four divergent Indigenous artists use their personal stories and historical injustice as a driving force to break through and create internationally recognised urban art. To provoke or to regenerate? These artists are digging deeper into their art to uncover unfinished business.

Featuring the works of Blak Douglas, Maree Clarke, Penny Evans and Ben McKeown, Dig Deeper poses some confronting and challenging questions; how do you talk about the things that have happened to you and from your history; are you angry; does it stir passion and emotion in your work?

All four artists, critically renowned and celebrated for their ground-breaking work, channel their creativity to express their messages. Blak Douglas is about to win the Archibald Prize. His work draws you in with its vibrant colours and design but when you come closer, the blak fist comes out of the canvas and ‘smacks you in the face’. Maree Clarke is working on the biggest urban art installation in Australia, the Melbourne Metro Tunnel Project; Penny Evans has her major work opening at the National Gallery of Australia; and Ben McKeown attempts a comeback after a heart attack at the $25,000 Selzer prize.

These artists are seriously breaking ground in finding powerful ways to tell their stories, but we can always dig deeper into the art of unfinished business.

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