Best of SASA – Documentary shorts 14 May

Join us for this screening of SASA nominated documentary shorts.  MRC members are eligible for $7 concession tickets.


Between Earth and Sky
Deeper into the vastness. The majesty of the imposing mountains. A flood of emotions wash over the heart.
Written, Directed and Produced by Benjamin Dowie


Dragon Dreaming
A profoundly deaf 20-year-old artist from South Australia’s remote north-western deserts is overcoming disability and isolation to be recognized for her unique contemporary indigenous drawings.

Written and Directed by Daniel Clarke
Produced by Amy Psyden


Northern Acres
A documentary exploring the times of an 82 year old farmer on his property between Hallett and Jamestown, South Australia.

Written and Directed by James Haskard
Produced David Tiggemann


Everything is Connected

For the Ngarrindjeri – everything is connected. Elders Ellen Trevorrow and Major Sumner share their craft and connections between their art and culture, belonging, country and survival.

Written and Directed by Johanis Lyons-Reid
Produced by Carl Kuddell


Walking With Us

Walking With Us explores a collection of connected stories about the importance of cultural protocol as told by elders from Indigenous groups in South Australia.

Written and Directed by Dylan Colman
Produced by Trina Lucas


Earth, Sea and Sky

Lartelare, a park in the Port waterfront residential area, is a site of cultural and personal significance for Kaurna woman Margaret Brodie, daughter of Kaurna elder and activist Veronica Brodie who fought for the site’s recognition.

Written and Directed by Dylan Colman
Produced by Trina Lucas


Michelle’s Story

Iconic Australian choreographer Meryl Tankard, in her filmmaking debut, creates an inspirational portrait of dancer Michelle Ryan whose passion and courage has enabled her to overcome life-shattering personal adversity.

Written and Directed by Meryl Tankard
Produced by Kate Croser and Meryl Tankard