The Last Hundred Yards

A media project happening in Sydney, New South Wales

In a Nutshell

The Last Hundred Yards is a documentary project. 4 Elders bare their hearts and share experiences that shaped them.

Project Aims

To cause people to look at their Elders in a fresh light.

To start a conversation about the role of Elders in the community.

The Nuts and Bolts

Date to be advised – Free public outdoor screening on Waterloo Green (between Turanga & Matavai Buildings) 1-3 Philip St, Waterloo, NSW.

Project Outcomes

Connection. Respect. Dignity. Listening. Understanding.

Audience

The people of Sydney

Motivation

Experiencing the disconnection and distance between our Elders & the broader community

Contact/Get Involved:

Project Manager: Bridge Andrews

Contacts: simon@siberg.net +61 422 175 549

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