London: Special Screening of Samson and Delilah

Advance members are invited to a special screening and discussion of Warwick Thornton's Samson and Delilah on Tuesday 25 May.
This special event focuses on Indigenous Australia, with three short films from Warwick Thornton. The evening will include his highly acclaimed feature film Samson and Delilah and a discussion with Estelle Castro, Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Indigeneity at Royal Holloway, University of London.

Mimi (Australia, 2002, 13 mins)
A satirical short film poking fun at white art collectors who purchase Indigenous art purely for its investment value.

Green Bush (Australia, 2005, 26 mins)
Every night, Indigenous DJ Kenny hosts the Green Bush show for Aboriginal inmates and their families.

Nana (Australia, 2007, 5 mins)
Nana's granddaughter thinks Nana's pretty special. She loves her Nana because she helps the old people, she's a good painter and other people love her too.

Samson and Delilah (Australia 2009, 100 mins)
Samson and Delilah's world is small - an isolated community in the Central Australian desert. When tragedy strikes they turn their backs on home and embark on a journey of survival. Lost, unwanted and alone they discover that life isn't always fair, but love never judges.

In association with Trinity Filmed Entertainment 

Special Screening of Samson and Delilah 

Tuesday 25 May @ 7.00pm


Cinéphilia West


171 Westbourne Grove

London, W11 2RS

Ticket price £5 on the door / Free to Cinéphilia Club members


Organizer Caroline Jones


Tue, May 25, 2010
7 p.m. - 10 p.m.
(GMT+0000) GMT