ALTAR's next film will open up a new theme about the tension and connection between the seen and unseen, living and dead. Through anthropological and local interpretations, Koriam's Law explores the complex social phenomenon in the Pacific known as 'cargo-cult'. The film portrays a local cult in Papua New Guinea which sought to uncover the secrets to an ideal life that Whites possesed but were keeping to themselves. >>> Wednesday 28 May at 6:00pm

When May 28, 2014
from 06:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Where Room D3.054 (The Cairns Institute Lecture Theatre)
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Koriam's Law poster


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