Indigenous Film Programme


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Date and time: 
19 June 2019, 6:45pm
20 June 2019, 6:45pm
£8 Adult | £6 Members per screening
National Maritime Museum, Ground floor
Evenings and Lates

Join us for a series of film screenings considering migration and movement from Indigenous perspectives. 

19 June: Tupaia's Endeavour

New drama documentary by Polynesian director, Lala Rolls. 
More than a Stereotype (2019, Dir. Sinay Kennedy. 4 mins) will also be screened on the night.
Q&A with Director Lala Rolls, Huw Rowlands and Jo Walsh, hosted by Michael Walling.

20 June: Hidden Histories - Discovering Indigenous London.

Documentary about Indigenous travellers to the city. Narrated by Oscar-winning actor Mark Rylance and directed by Michael Walling.
White Noise (2019. Dir. Joleen Mitton. 6 mins) will be also be screened on the night.
Q&A with Professor David Stirrup, hosted by Michael Walling.


  • 18:45:  Doors open, drinks and nibbles available
  • 19:00:  Guided tour of the Pacific Encounters gallery
  • 19:30:  Film screenings, followed by Q&A with guest curator, Michael Walling.

Advance booking required.