The 2012 South Australian Screen Awards recognised the best in local filmmaking at an Electro '80s-themed gala at the Mercury Cinema last night.
Three South Australian films have been shortlisted for the 2012 Movie Extra Tropfest Film Festival.
Emerging South Australian filmmaker Brendon Skinner has won the prestigious Beijing Pitching Competition.
The Media Resource Centre (MRC) is delighted to announce the winners of their Tropfest Production Initiative for 2012. The initiative aims to assist South Australian filmmakers develop and produce an engaging, entertaining short specifically for entry into the 2012 Movie Extra Tropfest film festival.
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The South Australian Screen Awards (SASA) winners were announced last night (Thursday March 4) at a gala event presented by the Media Resource Centre (MRC). The ceremony was opened by the Hon. Kate Ellis, Minister for Early Childhood Education, Child Care and Youth Minister for Sport.