Nunga Screen 2021 Film Expressions of Interest

Nunga Screen (formally known as Black Screen) promotes cultural awareness and First Nations screen culture, providing entertainment to communities bringing them together in discussion. Country Arts SA supports the industry by showcasing Australia’s First Nations talent on and off-screen.

The program connects culture, stories and language with community through screen and celebrates South Australian First Nations film and culture.

Nunga Screen 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 a free community event.

The program is presented in South Australia by Country Arts SA and the ‘Give up Smokes’ campaign from Drug and Alcohol Services of South Australia (DASSA), with support from the South Australian Film Corporation.

The objective of the program is to provide an opportunity for emerging and established First Nations filmmakers to showcase their films across South Australia.

We’re currently looking for films to feature at this year’s event, if you are interested check out all EOI document and apply below.

Expressions of interest close: Wednesday 31 March, 2021.
Applicants notified and films selected: April 2021
Nunga Screen 2021 events: May 27 – July 11, 2021

• Applicants must be of Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander descent or;
• The film must be themed around reconciliation
• Applicants must present a unique film that inspires challenges and entertains an increasingly broad and diverse audience

Priority will be given to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander filmmakers.

Before submitting your expressions of interest please check out all the conditions here.

All enquiries should be directed to:

Josh Trevorrow
Nunga Screen Film Programmer
[email protected]