Two features from the Adelaide Film Festival will be shown at the Raukkan hall from 7pm this Friday.
Emu Runner tells the story of a girl who unexpectedly loses her mother and finds solace in the company of an emu, her mother's totem animal.
As her father faces the pressure of becoming a sole parent under the watchful gaze of a social worker, the film explores racial tension and the importance of tradition in Indigenous culture.
The other film on the bill will be Supa Modo, about a Kenyan village whose residents work to make a terminally ill nine-year-old the star of her own superhero movie.
Emu Runner director Imogen Thomas will attend the screening, as will musician Glen Skuthorpe.
The films will be preceded by a community dinner at 6pm.
Admission is free.
The films were originally due to be shown in December, but a power failure intervened.