Enjoy a curated program of films, music and tours every Sunday in January. This Sunday Sessions, watch Deadly Family Portraits, a series of short documentaries about three Aboriginal families, and The Australian Dream, the story of AFL legend Adam Goodes. Then, unwind to the eclectic sounds of Katie Aspel and Tha Boiz.
Deadly Family Portraits
Deadly Family Portraits brings to the screen three remarkable Aboriginal families – mother and daughter Lillian and Elaine Crombie, father and son Robert and Zaachariaha Fielding, and sisters Taree and Caleena Sansbury – in a series of documentary short films. This series explores the complexities of familial bonds, the importance of cultural roots, relationship to Country, and the way in which the responsibilities and obligations of kinship yield rich and varied cultural expression. An initiative of the South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC), ABC Arts iView and Arts South Australia.
The Australian Dream
Enjoy a screening of The Australian Dream, where AFL legend Adam Goodes shares the story of his life and career to offer a deeper insight into race, identity and belonging.
Unwind to the sound of Katie Aspel, a proud Ngarrindjeri Women from Raukkan and student at the Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music (CASM). Singing and songwriting has been a huge part of her life and she hopes to continue sharing her story and music throughout her career.
Broken Hill band Tha Boiz play the popular songs you know and love, but rarely hear played live. From Outcast to Toto, enjoy their eclectic mix of Rock, Rap, Pop, Soul & Reggae.
Sunday Sessions is presented by Tarnanthi, in partnership with BHP and with the support of the Government of South Australia.