Regional South Australia has rolled the dice and turned out to be the major beneficiary of a new feature film starring Emmy and BAFTA award winning actor Martin Freeman (The Hobbit, Black Panther, Sherlock, Fargo).
The 'Shine' 20th Anniversary Private Memorabilia Collection has opened to the public and we caught up with the film's director and star to chat about their memories.
With their latest appointment, the South Australian Film Corporation are bringing an ex LA Executive into a Head of Production role here in Adelaide
The screen is calling for the next wave of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander filmmakers in South Australia.
Two films developed through the South Australian Film Corporation’s (SAFC) FilmLab initiative will be released in Australian cinemas over the next month.
The South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) is thrilled to announce the first round of winners of the 4th Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards.
The South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) today announced appointment of Judy Potter as the new Chair of the SAFC board, following Cheryl Bart’s departure earlier this week after more than ten years at the helm.
The 2012 South Australian Screen Awards recognised the best in local filmmaking at an Electro '80s-themed gala at the Mercury Cinema last night.
Filmmaker David Lightfoot has spoken out in praise of the SAFC and the new Adelaide Studios at Glenside & slammed recent media speculation.
The South Australian Film Corporation congratulates SA filmmakers who won five categories at the first ever Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards held in Sydney yesterday.
The South Australian Film Corporation is delighted to announce the teams selected to participate in The FACTory, a $2.1 million joint initiative between the ABC and SAFC aimed at developing original ideas for factual programs, to be produced out of South Australia and air on ABC1 in prime time.
The South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) announced the filmmakers from its inaugural TV MiniLab who will travel to Sydney next week to pitch their projects to television network executives.
The first of the inaugural FilmLab films, ShutUp Little Man, by Closer Productions, will premiere at the 2011 BigPond Adelaide Film Festival in February next year.
Danger 5 Signals New Era of TV Production for South Australia
South Australian Film Commission's TV MiniLab puts a big focus on the small screen