Based in Port Adelaide and/or Regional SA 
Freelance contract part-time position: January – June 2020

Country Arts SA delivers innovative arts experiences to regional South Australian communities. Nunga Screen is a short film showcase which celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories and screen culture and is held annually across South Australia during Reconciliation Week 2020 (May 27 – June 3). The screenings are a free community event.

We are seeking a self-motivated film programmer who identifies as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander to curate an innovative program for Nunga Screen 2020.

It is essential that the applicant is familiar with the Aboriginal film industry in South Australia and the delivery of film and video formats and film production.

It is essential that the successful applicant has a current SA Driver’s Licence to support the delivery of the event in the regional communities.

Due to the nature of Nunga Screen, out of hours work and intrastate travel is required.

Check out the role description for the Film Programmer – Nunga Screen 2020 here to find out the key responsibilities of this position.

If this is you, please apply now by filling out the form below and submitting your CV and cover letter as a combined document. If you have enquiries please contact Samantha Yates on 0427 011 743 or email [email protected].

Applications should be addressed to Jill Bolzon, Head of People, and submitted by Wednesday 11 December

This position is only open to Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander applicants. The filling of this role is intended to constitute a special/equal opportunity measure under section 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth), and s 65 of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 (SA).