30 May 2018
Local families are in for a treat of free movies and popcorn at the upcoming ‘Black Screen’ event organised by the Barossa Reconciliation Group.
Black Screen 2018 showcases Australian Indigenous talent, loaning contemporary films for public and community screenings.
Ranging 1-25 minutes each, the festival will feature a wide range of family friendly films.
From Our Port Augusta Footprint, which tells heartfelt stories Port Augusta and Davenport community, to Indigenous Hip Hop Projects, a story about a group of deadly young indigenous leaders that will have you up out of your seats singing and dancing along to their original song DreamBIG, Black Screen 2018 brings diverse, meaningful and often funny contemporary Indigenous stories to the Barossa.
Black Screen 2018 is also proud to present several South Australian premiers, including Wild by Kiara Milera and Deep Creek Cove by David Muggleton, in which a young couple discover a seemingly untouched beach and awaken an ancient Aboriginal spirit determined to uphold sacred law.
Black Screen is presented with support from Reconciliation Barossa, Country Arts SA, Regional Development Australia (BGLAP), Country Health SA, Barossa Bushgardens members and local community members.
This is a free Reconciliation Week event to build community support for reconciliation.