Adelaide artist Nadia Suartika has garnered a following for her tribal and botanic-inspired tattoos created through a process that was once used mainly in prisons and schoolyards.
Although the second Tarnanthi Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art has been brought together by one woman, it speaks with many voices.
Four grandmothers spark a national movement to reunite Aboriginal families in Larissa Behrendt’s startling documentary, After the Apology.
In its quest to share stories with the width and breadth of town, Adelaide Film Festival – which officially opens tonight – is putting a spotlight on the historic suburb of Port Adelaide.
This award-winning documentary sees the godmother of French New Wave film and a revered public artist enjoy a photographic road trip, making new friends, admiring the countryside, and creating a joyous slice of cinema.
Direct from Venice Biennale (via Toronto International Film Festival), Sweet Country is the centrepiece of this year’s Adelaide Film Festival – supporting the voices of Australia’s First Nations.