Small screens. Big stories.
Stories Without Borders is a 12-week program of workshops that aims to build the capacity of newly arrived young people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in story-telling, filmmaking and engaging with online platforms for publishing short films.
Participants create short films that promote multiculturalism by showcasing positive, personal stories about their lives, families, communities and schools.
In addition to supporting a positive sense of identity and belonging, the short films aim to raise awareness in the wider community about the social and economic contributions that multicultural groups make to South Australia thereby enhancing intercultural understanding and countering racism and discrimination.
Stories Without Borders Screening
Join Carclew for a special public screening of Stories Without Borders.
Short films about life, family and community up on the big screen.
WHEN Tuesday 30 October 2018
WHERE Mercury Cinema, Morphett Street, Adelaide
6PM Drinks and nibbles
6:45PM Screening starts
Admission is free but spaces are limited. Please RSVP using the green register button.
Tess Syme, Coordinator Arts Programs, Carclew
Email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone (08) 8230 1106
If you or your organisation is interested in supporting future Stories Without Borders projects for newly arrived young people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, we welcome you to get in touch to discuss further.
Lucy Markey, Senior Manager, Marketing & Development
Email email@example.com Phone 08 8230 1118 | 0411 106 257
Image credit 1 - Anthony Firth
Stories Without Borders in 2018
Term 3 School program
2 hour workshops once a week for 12 weeks.
WHERE Northern Sound System, 73 Elizabeth Way, Elizabeth
WHEN 26 July - 11 October 2018, every Thursday 5 - 7pm