Join filmmakers Claudia Sangiorgi Dalimore and Michelle Grace Hunder in discussion about their powerful documentary, Her Sound, Her Story.
Music and Media teachers and educators from secondary and tertiary schools are invited to attend the screening and take part in a discussion about the impact and value of this documentary within the classroom and potential resources for development.
Drinks and nibbles will be provided, and teachers will receive a certificate of attendance.
Her Sound, Her Story features conversations with more than 45 artists spanning six decades of Australian music, including Tina Arena, Julia Stone, Eleanor Dixon, Nai Palm and many more. Together they unveil the personal, historical and social legacies of an incredible journey. Conceived and conducted by Melbourne artists and storytellers Claudia Sangiorgi Dalimore and Michelle Grace Hunder, the film is an optimistic portrayal of the power of creativity over adversity. In looking to the future, it aims to inspire the next generation of young women to new and unprecedented aspirations.
In a survey of unprecedented scope, the film documents women of diverse ages, genres, sexual orientations, ethnicity and careers across many facets of industry. Through interviews, animations, music and text, the film aims to highlight positive messaging and spark social change, to tear down stigmas and continue women's current, historic push to the forefront.
Her Sound, Her Story navigates the unique challenges faced by women and sounds a collective voice beyond perceived boundaries of style, age and race. Through the inspiration of unique stories and shared experience, the documentary provides a platform of solace and nurtures a deeper sense of connective community.