A Reconciliation Week Event – 'Nunga Screen'
'Nunga Screen' is a free celebration of Aboriginal film and culture during National Reconciliation Week.
Inspired by the National Film and Sound Archive’s Black Screen program, 'Nunga Screen' shares and celebrates Aboriginal culture, stories and language through the screen.
'Nunga Screen' provides an opportunity for emerging and established Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander film makers nationwide to showcase their films across South Australia.
The program is presented in South Australia by Country Arts SA with support from the ‘Give up Smokes for Good’ campaign from Drug and Alcohol Services of South Australia (DASSA), and the South Australian Film Corporation.
When: Thu 28 May at 10.30am and 1.30pm (School)
When: Fri 29 May at 10.30am (School) and 1.30pm (General Public)
Duration: To be confirmed once films are finalised
Age: All ages
Bookings: Goolwa Visitor Information Centre 1300 466 592 or www.visitalexandrina.com
Enquiries: If your school is interested in taking part in the poster competition contact the Community Wellbeing Team on 8555 7000 or via email@example.com
Things to know: School screenings rated G for General
Website: www.countryarts.org.au or www.visitalexandrina.com