Key Themes: Science, technology, environment, mathematics, medicine, female studies, equality.
What: Screening of the Australian documentary The Leadership, followed by a panel discussion with director Ili Bare, Professor Kirsten Benkendorff, National Director of the National Marine Science Centre at Southern Cross University and Professor Marianne Wallis, the Director of Research in the School of Health and Human Sciences at Southern Cross University. A study guide will be available for teachers and students.
The film’s director, Ili Baré, who travelled with over 76 female scientists and leaders in STEMM to Antarctica to film her documentary, will be at the screening to share her experience with students.
When: 11AM, Friday 23 April (approx. 3-hour session, incl. 30-min lunch).
Where: CHEC Theatre (D BLOCK) – Coffs Harbour Education Campus.
Curriculum relevancy: Aside from the cultural experience of being at the film festival, The Leadership focuses on the greatest female STEMM leaders across the world making changes for the future. The film is rated M and suitable for students in Years 11, 12 on onwards.
Please note, the film contains some mature themes and issues related to workplace harassment.
LEE ISAAC CHUNG · 115 MINS · PG · USA
Key themes: Language (Korean), Multi-culturalism, migration, family dynamics, society & culture, film studies.
What: Screening of American-Korean film, Minari.
When: 11AM, Thursday 22 April (approx. 2-hour session).
Where: CHEC Theatre (D BLOCK)– Coffs Harbour Education Campus
Curriculum relevancy: Languages, multi-culturalism, globalization and migration, film technique and analysis, family dynamics, social studies, sociology. Suitable for students from Years 7 onwards.