Black Screen provides Indigenous communities and the broader Australian public with free access to Indigenous films.
The Black Screen program tours to remote communities and makes Black Screen DVDs of contemporary Indigenous Australian films available to individuals and organisations for use at screening events, festivals and community celebrations. The Black Screen compilation include short films & documentaries by renowned filmmakers for their award winning films, such as Rachel Perkins (Bran Nue Dae), Warwick Thornton (Samson and Delilah), Ivan Sen (Mystery Road), Wayne Blair (The Sapphires), and Beck Cole (Here I Am).
Celebrate NAIDOC Week with a Screening of Indigenous Films
A screening of Indigenous short films can be a great addition to your community celebration.
Each DVD features a selection of contemporary short Indigenous films and is provided on a loan basis as part of a special event or festival.
This year the NFSA released Black Screen 14 and 15 with two engaging and compelling feature length films and three short drama’s.