Pachamama Festival

15th – 16th June 2018

Addison Road Picture House, Marrickville

The Pachamama Festival brings together Latin-American and Indigenous artists and storytellers to celebrate cultural connections to land and sky.

The Witness | Film Screening

Sat 16th June | 8.30pm Witness | 2018 | Argentina | 83min Addison Road Picture House 142 Addison Road Marrickville Indigenous stories from around the world have long spoken about ‘star people’ who have revealed themselves to shamans or medicine men through...

Pachamama Opening Night

Fri 15th June | 6.30pm Pachamama Festival 2018 will uncover the night sky as part of this years Open Inner West. The 5th Pachamama Festival brings together a range of creative expressions in celebration of diverse cultures and their connections to...

Deep Ecology Workshop

Sat 16th June | 11.30am Casa Latinoamericana | Addison Rd Community Centre | 142 Addison Road | Marrickville, NSW 2204 | Australia Human identity exists at the intersection of the ancient cycles of air, water and soil. In spite of the pervasive illusion of separation,...

Wild Fibres: Sustainable Basketry Workshop

Sat 16th June | 11am Wild Fibres Basketry was founded by Ainsley Warner, a fibre artist from Marrickville Sydney. Ainsley carefully creates unique and one-off handwoven designs including baskets and jewellery. Ainsley works in the social work sector, which...

Universe Truffle Making: Chocolate Workshop

Sat 16th June | 12pm My name is Gabi Soares and I learned to make chocolate with my mother when I was 14. We use this as a bonding and fun time together and for over 10 years we produced homemade chocolate in Brazil. During Pachamama Festival,...

We Don’t Need a Map (Australia) – Film Screening

Sat 16th June | 6.30pm We Don’t Need a Map | 2018 | Warwick Thornton |  85mins An intergalactic tale of rebellion, symbolism and Indigenous astronomy. Made by one of Australia’s leading filmmakers, this feisty film examines the cultural place of the...

Yarn Circle | Night Sky Storytelling

Saturday 16th June 4pm Addison Road Picture House YARN Australia is partnering with the Pachamama Festival to host a community yarn 'Night Sky Storytelling'. Come listen to Australia's First Peoples' stories from local elders about the different constellations in the...

 

Online Community

Stay connected with what is happening long after you leave the cinema.

Pachamama Page:

Follow our Pachamama Page where we will be sharing short films, music, news and event announcements in the vibe of the Pachamama Festival to keep the global creative space flowing throughout the year.

https://www.facebook.com/Pachamama-People-1400202023634217/

Pachamama Group:
Join our Pachamama Group to be part of growing global community of artists, activists and change makers who want to support communities being displaced by Oil, Mining and Agro-business around the world.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/pachamamapeople/

The Pachamama Festival has been going since 2014 check out some of the beautiful highlights from the archives below!

  • Gold Fever
  • Huicholes: The Last Peyote Guardians
  • ICAROS
  • Pacha Music Workshops
  • Little Pachamama’s - Childrens short film session
  • Pachamama Speakers Corner
  • Humano - Australian Premiere
  • Amazon Watch Allies Australia Info Session
  • Special Performance of Ethnodanceology
  • Aluna - Feature Film & Dance Performance
  • Catalina & the Sun + Cedar Trees - Dance, Film & Presentation
  • Pachamama Exhibition
  • Pacha Workshops
  • Daughter of the Lake | Film + Special Dance performance
  • Putuparri and the Rainmakers
  • Pachamama Festival 2014
  • Storytelling & Mural Design workshop ‘Ecological Heroes'
  • Film | Yvy Maraey
  • Film | Zach's Ceremony
  • Film & Cinema Launch | Dream of Mara'akame
  • Workshop (Kids) | Natural Dyes & Weaving
  • Virtual Reality | Collisions
  • Opening Night: Live Music, Spoken Word & VR
  • Kids Clothes Swap
Pachamama Festival 2016 Pachamama Festival 2017

Project Support and Acknowledgement

Pachamama acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land where we live, learn and meet, the Gadigal-Wangal people of the Eora Nation, and we pay our respects to Elders and present and emerging.

This project was supported by funding from Inner West Council for Open Inner West 2018, 10 days celebrating culture and diversity in June and the Addison Road Community Centre.