Image: Uncle Mark Koolmatrie performing a smoking ceremony at Yundi in Seeds Of Change
Nunga Screen shares and celebrates First Nations culture, stories and language through film.
A FREE annual event that spans National Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week, and which tours across regional SA from big screen cinemas to remote communities, Nunga Screen presents a diverse film program for cinema-goers of all ages.
For more than 10 years, Nunga Screen (formerly known as Black Screen) has provided the opportunity for emerging and established First Nations film makers to showcase their films across South Australia. In 2023 program will feature the premiere of a second Country Arts SA commissioned short documentary from an emerging First Nations filmmaker.
Nunga Screen is an amazing opportunity to get together, connect and learn.
If you want to bring your class or school to Nunga Screen in 2023, please fill the form out below.
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20th February 2023 — 21st February 2023
Presented by D Faces, Riverland Youth Theatre, Tutti Arts
Burn Your Postcards was a fast and furious filmmaking project that saw artists from the Sit Down Shutup and Watch Festival collaborate with young neurodivergent people in three regional locations.View event
21st February 2023 — 8th March 2023
Presented by Andrew Kay
Hope is an all-new concert by 3-time Grammy®-winning Soweto Gospel Choir - celebrating songs and anthems from the Freedom movement of Nelson Mandela’s South Africa, back to the Civil Rights Movement.View event
24th February 2023 — 18th March 2023
Presented by The Adelaide Fringe
The 60 Four present the biggest hits of the '60s and other old-school classics in an energetic, Las Vegas-style performance.View event