2019 Solid Screen
cyberTribe presented SOLID - an International screening of Indigenous Womens storytelling at the Lismore Womens Festival in the Northern Region. FREE.
Curated by Jenny Fraser, SOLID Screen included a range of short film works and digital stories from Aboriginal Australia, Kayche Festival in Mexico and other Indigenous women Digital Storytellers in an expression of solidarity.
There was a Bundjalung Welcome To Country Ceremony at 10am at The Quad.
The SOLID Screening was held in the Underground Studio of the Lismore Conservatorium looped from 11am - 3pm on Saturday the 2nd March 2019, and showed works by and about women, and it was open to the public, for all.
In the Lismore Gallery Event Space at 1.10pm there was a Q&A with Angelina Hurley (of Wild Black Women, The Point NITV), who discussed her film 'Aunty Maggie and the Womba Wagkun'.
The 2019 Solid Screen event was also partly supported with a small grant through Screen Queensland, and some films courtesy of Kayche Festival in Mexico.