Winda Film Festival Closing Night: Vai


24 Nov 2019


Barangaroo Reserve

Free event

Limited capacity. Attendees must pre-register for a free ticket to attend.

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Come along to the closing night of the fourth Winda Film Festival with a free open air cinema experience at the Walumil Lawns, Barangaroo Reserve.

The Closing Night film is New Zealand feature, Vai, scheduled to commence at sundown.

Vai is a portmanteau feature film made by nine female Pacific filmmakers, filmed in seven different Pacific countries: Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, Kuki Airani (Cook Islands), Samoa, Niue and Aotearoa (New Zealand). It is about the journey of Vai, played by a different Indigenous actress in each of the Pacific countries. In each of these Pacific nations 'vai' means water. Film Duration: 90 minutes.

The evening will also include live entertainment and a formal presentation of the Martin Leroy Adams ‘Resilience Award’.

To access Walumil Lawns, enter via Towns Place. For more info about access to Barangaroo Reserve, click here.

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