Free screening of In My Blood It Runs

As part of celebrations for National NAIDOC Week, the College of Science and Engineering’s Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Inclusion Action Group invites all members of the Flinders community to a screening of In My Blood It Runs.

An acclaimed documentary filmed in Mparntwe (Alice Springs), Sandy Bore Homeland and Borroloola Community in the Northern Territory over three and a half years, In My Blood It Runs follows 10-year-old Dujuan, a child-healer and efficient hunter who speaks three languages. Dujuan’s spark and intelligence is hard to miss, yet he is ‘failing’ in school and faces increasing scrutiny from welfare and the police.

Follow Dujuan’s journey as he grapples with these pressures, shares his truths and finds space to dream, imagine and provide hope for his future self.

In September 2019, Dujuan became the youngest person ever to address the Human Rights Council and the United Nations.

Watch the trailer here:

Event details:

  • When: Wednesday July 6
  • Where: South Theatre 2 (Bedford Park), and also Tonsley Theatre 1.
  • Time: 3:30pm (film runs for about 90 minutes).


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