17 Oct Place of Crowes, a Kabi Kabi film
Thursday 17 October
Starry Nights Outdoor Cinema at the Apollonian Hotel
2 screenings available: 6pm or 7.10pm
Free – all welcome!
Bring your own seating
Join us at the historic Apollonian Hotel to view a part of Noosa’s Living History
Place of Crowes features descendants of Kabi Kabi elders Willie Crowe and Emma Dunne sharing stories and research related to their family. It is a powerful and emotional story of identity, loss, resilience and the strength of family bonds.
Tewantin’s Oyster Feasts discusses the historic abundance of oysters in the Noosa River and their role in traditional Kabi Kabi life.
The films were produced by Noosa Council and James Muller to enlighten and deepen understanding of Noosa’s living history, and were funded by the Noosa Council Heritage Levy and the Regional Arts Development Fund.