Promoting cultural awareness by providing Indigenous communities and the broader Australian public with free access to Indigenous films.
Black Screen promotes cultural awareness and Indigenous screen culture, provides entertainment to communities and brings them together in discussion. We support the industry by showcasing Australia’s Indigenous talent on and off screen.
Our DVDs of contemporary Indigenous Australian films are available to individuals and organisations for use at screening events, festivals and community celebrations. The collection includes short film and documentaries by renowned filmmakers such as Rachel Perkins, Ivan Sen, Wayne Blair and Wayne Blair.
The program runs throughout the year, taking content to remote Indigenous locations which may not otherwise get the chance to see their own stories on screen.
Black Screen comes to the 2015 Tamworth Music Festival
Screening Country Outcasts (G), Buried Country (G) and Big Name No Blanket (M)
January 19 & 20 at Viaduct Park Tamworth
Indigenous stories, at the heart of your event
The NFSA’s Black Screen program brings our Indigenous stories and filmmaking talent to community events across Australia.
Black Screen DVDs are available free of charge for public screenings. Each DVD contains a selection of contemporary Indigenous short films and is provided on a loan basis for use at a festival or a special event such as NAIDOC week.
There are many events held around Australia each year to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. A screening of Indigenous films can be a great addition to your community celebration.