Live Chat with filmmaker Leah Purcell

28.01.22 | Blog

Live Chat with filmmaker Leah Purcell

Ahead of the UK premiere the The Drover’s Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson at London’s Barbican Centre, tune into @BarbicanCentre on Instagram for a live chat with filmmaker Leah Purcell on Tuesday 1 February.

Leah’s film The Drover’s Wife screens alongside a thrilling selection of the very best movies by Indigenous Australian filmmakers as part of a month-long film season at the Barbican – Homeland.

Homeland celebrates First Nations filmmakers through a series of cinema screenings whose works embrace a variety of genres, including westerns, film noirs, horror movies and dance films.

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