Photo by Benno Thiel

Nunga Screen features an entertaining program of First Nations independent films for all ages from emerging to the more established filmmakers.

It is a short film showcase held annually between Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week across South Australia hosted by suburban and regional venues. The screenings are free community events that are dedicated to bringing communities together to share in First Nations culture.

You can find out more about Nunga Screen here.

Check out the 2021 program below.
Nunga Screen 2021 Program

Watch the trailer for Nunga Screen 2021 below.

Nunga Screen 2021 is supported by

Strange World
  • Film

Strange World

1st December 2022 — 11th January 2023

Mild science fiction themes.

Presented by Country Arts SA

Strange World introduces a legendary family of explorers, the Clades, as they attempt to navigate an uncharted, treacherous land.

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One Piece Film :Red (English)
  • Film

One Piece Film :Red (English)

1st December 2022 — 10th December 2022

Animated violence

Luffy and his crew are about to attend an eagerly awaited music festival. The most popular singer in the world, Uta, will take the stage for the first time.

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