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Nunga Screen, held annually between Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week is a free short film showcase that shares and celebrates First Nations culture, stories and language, through film culture.
Formerly known as Black Screen, Nunga Screen features an entertaining program of independent short films for all ages from emerging to the more established film-makers.
Inspiring documentaries, compelling tales, dramas, animation, contemporary to traditional storytelling – this film event is dedicated to bringing communities together to share in culture and engage in conversation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The curated program of short films is rolled out across South Australia to more than 20 regional venues and communities from cinemas to country halls to outdoor theatres. A schools program is catered for with appropriate age and curricula day-time screenings.
Films are selected by a call-out for Expressions of Interest from Indigenous film-makers, or filmmakers who have produced films around the theme of reconciliation. Venues across the state are invited to host the event.
Inspired by the National Film & Sound Archive’s Black Screen program, Nunga (Aboriginal people of southern South Australia) Screen is presented 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.
Nunga Screen Film Program
Speaking For Sea Country-Betty Sumner
(not suitable For Children)
Nanawun Ngarrindjeri Yarluwar Ruwi
50,000 Year Old Silk Road
Keep Yarning Strong
All visitors to the Marion Cultural Centre are required to scan the COVID Safe Check-in QR code , or sign in manually via the box office. Please visit https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/business-and-work/covid-safe-check-in to download the required app.
Stop the Spread
· Do not attend Marion Cultural Centre if you or anyone in your group has any symptoms of cold or flu.
· Keep 1.5 metres distance from others.
· Wash hands or use sanitizer provided before entering and exiting the premises.|
· Maintain appropriate personal hygiene practices (especially covering coughs and sneezes).
· Ask staff if you are not sure
Online bookings preferred
No walk ins or box office sales outside of box office opening hours
Box office open: Tuesday to Friday 9.30am to 5pm, closed public holidays*
*subject to change
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