South Australia's screen industry celebrate's the achievements of the past year.
Got an idea for a web series? This could be the kick-start you need!
South Australia's Media Resource Centre offers a wealth of exciting new initiatives this year.
Multi-award winning movie Girls Always Happy starring long time actress and producer Nai An and rising star Yang Mingming takes a comedic glimpse at the complexities of an interdependent mother and daughter relationship. It is set in the Hutong province of China.
Sulieman Mountain is a potently comic, gritty, gripping cinematic metaphor exploring experiences of profound dislocation between authentic local Kyrgyzstan culture and overbearing demands of modern globalism.
Backing up from a sold out inaugural year, the New Screen Makers Conference will return to Adelaide in 2016, with a focus upon the digital landscape.
The nominees for the 17th annual South Australian Screen Awards (SASAs) have been revealed, with winners to be announced at a Gala event on 13 May at the Mercury Cinema.
Cowboys and cowgirls, Germanic filmmakers and auteurs are celebrated in Adelaide Cinémathèque’s first program for 2016 at the Mercury Cinema.
Adelaide’s home of screen culture, the MRC and the Mercury Cinema, are kicking off 2016 with a packed program of films, live comedy, workshops and more!
South Australia’s Media Resource Centre is inviting SA filmmakers to submit their entries into SA’s highest accolade in film, the 2016 SA Screen Awards.
The New Screen Makers Conference brings some of the country’s most successful practitioners together to talk about their experiences & contemporary pathways.
The nominees for the 16th annual South Australian Screen Awards (SASAs) have been announced
The Media Resource Centre invites SA filmmakers to submit their entries into SA’s highest accolade in film, the 2015 South Australian Screen Awards.
The nominees for the 15th annual South Australian Screen Awards have been announced, with The Gala Award Night to be held at the Mercury Cinema on 16 May 2014.
Five new short documentaries by Indigenous film makers screened at the Mercury Cinema in anticipation of airing on the SBS free-to-air Indigenous television station NITV Channel 34 in December 2013 and into 2014
The Media Resource Centre has announced the launch of five short documentaries made by South Australian Indigenous filmmakers, to screen for one night only before appearing nationally on NITV.
From the creative minds of two Adelaide-based, Colombian artists comes Miniambra, a locally produced animated web series and accompanying graphic novel.
'Make Web TV' Forum – Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about making webisodes (but were afraid to Google) is a one day seminar to kick-start aspiring filmmakers’ careers via online delivery.
The Media Resource Centre, announces the winners of the 2013 South Australian Screen Awards (SASAs), which took place on Wednesday night.
Fancy yourself as the next Spike Jonze, Michel Gondry or Chris Cunningham? Here’s your chance!