Chloe Sargeant has won the coveted LGBTI Journalist of the Year last night at the Inaugural LGBTI Awards in Sydney.
South Australia's Academy Award winning cinematographer Dean Semler received handwritten invites from school kids in Renmark. The result is on SBS this Saturday.
SBS launched their 2016 programming in style in Adelaide yesterday, giving select few (including us here at Glam) a sneaky insight into what 2016 holds for the well-known free-to-air TV channel.
The New Screen Makers Conference brings some of the country’s most successful practitioners together to talk about their experiences & contemporary pathways.
Congratulations to Adelaide's own Guy Sebastian, who sang his heart out for Australia's maiden entry into Eurovision. As well as making history, his super-catchy track 'Tonight Again' proved genuinely popular with voting audiences across Europe. In no particular order, here are ten reasons why we're proud of our Guy for slaying it at Eurovision 2015!
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.