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What do we all stand to lose when connection to land and agricultural techniques handed down over thousands of years are threatened to disappear?
This intimate, moving film captures the last attempt of a Mexican family to cultivate their land following the death of a beloved patriarch, in a country which has forsaken its rural origins.
A rich portrait of the impacts of 'progress', Titixe explores the impacts of climate change on ancient agricultural techniques, and of the tragic loss of embodied knowledge and what that means for those left behind. The impacts of hope and grief ripple throughout, highlighting the deep interconnections between people and place.
This session will screen with the short film Firekeepers of the Kakadu.
This screening will be followed by a discussion about local Indigenous connections to country.
This session was made possible with the support of City of Darebin.
Wednesday 30th October