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Please note screening of Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind is now sold out.

Facing the destruction of her planet's natural resources, warrior princess Nausicaä rallies her people against an evil queen's rampaging army. Join us for the screening of Miyazaki's 1984 film 'Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind'.

In addition to the screening, MOD.'s 2024 exhibition BROKEN will be open to explore. BROKEN is an exploration of how the world could be different if we imagined new ways of being. If our old systems are broken, what should we build in their place? 

Entry will be ticketed for free attendance, and in addition to the Screening and Exhibition, MOD. will open their bar for purchase of drinks.

 

Program Partner

It can sometimes feel like the world is so BROKEN that nothing will ever change. Housing, education, universal services, politics, collaboration. The list goes on. But it’s not all doom and gloom.
The world has changed before and it will change again.

Our exhibition BROKEN is an exploration of how the world could be different if we imagined new ways of being. If our old systems are broken, what should we build in their place?

See how trees might have a voice in politics, explore how learning could mean more, and hear from Time Commissioners about what’s important now and 60,000 years into the future. What does putting nature first look like? Could teenagers have more say in their futures? Is it possible to have somewhere to live when no one owns a house?

MOVIE

Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind

DIRECTOR

Hayao Miyazaki

WRITERS

Hayao Miyazaki, Cindy Davis and Donald H. Hewitt

STARS

Sumi Shimamoto, Gorō Naya and Yōji Matsuda

WHEN

Gallery open from
Screening from
Movie run time: 1h 57min
Rated PG
Japanese with English subtitles

WHERE

MOD.

North Terrace, adjacent, Morphett St, Adelaide SA 5000

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TICKETS

FREE, however registration is required
REGISTRATIONS CLOSED. Please contact MOD for waitlist enquiries

ACCESSIBILITY

Wheelchair Access
Language/sub-title available in english

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