**POSTPONED**  UPDATE: Given the situation around COVID-19, Country Arts SA along with the Adelaide Film Festival has made the difficult decision to postpone the AFF Curate Your Own Film Festival. Patrons who have purchased a ticket will be transferred to the new session times scheduled below.

The Curate Your Own Film Festival is back! Join us for 4 films brought to you from the Adelaide Film Festival for two days only, by regional curator and director of the Whyalla Film Festival, Michal Hughes.

Tuesday 8 December | 6pm
High Ground (105 Minutes)
Loyalties are tested when a bounty hunter recruits a young tracker to help pursue the remnants of his tribe violently resisting white colonisers. Starring Simon Baker and Witiyana Marika, this sumptuously filmed western set in the Northern Territory is the most important Australian film of the year.

Tuesday 8 December | 8:30pm
Another Round (116 Minutes)
In this acclaimed and boisterous comedy drama, four teachers test the theory that the best way to get through a day is slightly inebriated. Of course, all hell breaks loose. Winner Best Actor for the ensemble at the 2020 San Sebastian Film Festival.

Wednesday 9 December | 6pm
Disclosure (84 Minutes)
Disclosure is a tense psychological drama inspired by real events, a great example of independent Australian cinema.
When a 4-year-old girl makes a serious allegation against a politician’s 9-year-old son, an attempt by the children’s parents to tackle the issue in a cooperative way soon degenerates into a vicious confrontation.

Wednesday 9 December | 8pm
Yer Old Faither (84 Minutes)
“John Croall delivered three generations of babies and planted thousands of trees in Whyalla. He was also a great letter writer, and this very personal documentary uses these letters as its point of departure. Heather Croall films with her father as a way of coping with his approaching death and reflecting on the close, and often very funny, relationship between a father and a daughter.”
**Post film Q&A with film maker Heather Croall

Sera Waters: Domestic Arts
  • Visual Arts

Sera Waters: Domestic Arts

7th November 2020 — 31st October 2021

This exhibition subverts and unravels the baggage-laden yet wondrous category of making once labelled ‘domestic arts’

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Nunga Screen 2020
  • Community Event
  • Film

Nunga Screen 2020

7th November 2020 — 6th December 2020

Presented by Country Arts SA

A free program of short films about reconciliation

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Misbehaviour
  • Film

Misbehaviour

5th December 2020 — 12th December 2020

Coarse Language

Presented by Country Arts SA

A group of women hatch a plan to disrupt the 1970 Miss World beauty competition in London.

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