Indigenous documentary Gravel Road with Q&A and band

Indigenous documentary Gravel Road with Q&A and band
Indigenous documentary Gravel Road with Q&A and band

Next date: Monday, 03 June 2024 | 06:00 PM
to 09:00 PM

Discover the extraordinary story of The Desert Stars, the world’s most remote Indigenous rock band from Spinifex Country in Western Australia, and their fascinating documentary, Gravel Road, followed by an in-person discussion with the film’s star and lead singer of Desert Stars, Jay Minning, and director Tristan Pemberton. Stick around for an epic live in-cinema performance from Desert Stars and Re-Mains.

See it, discuss it and hear them live!

This four-piece band has gained fame throughout Australia for their unique blend of rock ‘n’ roll, Indigenous culture, and language in their songs.

Lead singer Jay Minning, a Spinifex man and the community’s traditional songman, plays a vital role in creating and performing songs that bridge the connection between the community and their country.

Their music delves into the profound culture of the last true nomads, with songs that touch on aspects of hunter-gatherer life and their people’s survival through the 1950s British atomic testing at Maralinga, rapidly expanding their fanbase.

Gravel Road is a Flywire Films production, directed by Tristan Pemberton and the Tjuntjuntjara Community.


  • Monday, 03 June 2024 | 06:00 PM
    – 09:00 PM


3 hours free parking at Queen Street Village with car park validation ticket from Dendy Candy Bar.
G:Link Nerang Street Tram Station on the doorstep.

Dendy Cinemas, Queen Street Village, 129 Queen Street, Southport, 4215, View map and directions on Google

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