The fund will provide great opportunity for SA creatives to exhibit scripted series on the streaming platform.
The film will create an estimated 580 jobs, with 1,500 extras employed, and $70 million injected back into South Australia’s economy.
The South Australian Film Corporation partners with Umbrella Entertainment to bring back classic SA movies from the 1970s, 80s and 90s.
Australian film companies announce production investment funding for Mother, a dark, electrifying and unique mother-daughter story set to be filmed in SA.
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).
Fan girls, get your snapchat accounts ready. Heart-throb film star Xavier Samuel is returning home to Adelaide in June to star in a new feature film, which will be shot entirely in South Australia.
The HIVE Fund is officially open and submissions are now being sought for funding to make films that will premiere at the 2017 Adelaide Film Festival.
With their latest appointment, the South Australian Film Corporation are bringing an ex LA Executive into a Head of Production role here in Adelaide
Adelaide Studios is continuing to grow and positively impacting the state's economy as it does
The screen is calling for the next wave of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander filmmakers in South Australia.
The Adelaide Hills, Barossa, Clare Valley, McLaren Vale, Coonawarra and Adelaide City will come to life when the hilarious Plonk returns for a second vintage on Tuesday, July 7.
Two films developed through the South Australian Film Corporation’s (SAFC) FilmLab initiative will be released in Australian cinemas over the next month.
It took just 20 hours for cult online filmmakers, Adelaide’s Philippou brothers, to rack up over one million views of a new episode of their high octane, stunt laden comedy Versus.
The comedy-horror about a damsel in distress who turns the tables on her inept assailant leads the South Australian Screen Awards (SASA) race with eight nominations.
The nominees for the 16th annual South Australian Screen Awards (SASAs) have been announced
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.
South Australian Film Corporation announces Annabelle Sheehan for the Chief Executive Officer role.
Revamped film studios in Hendon, South Australia, open their doors this week to local, national, and international film producers.
The Media Resource Centre, announces the winners of the 2013 South Australian Screen Awards (SASAs), which took place on Wednesday night.
Local filmmakers Alexandra Blue, Dave Wade and Maxx Corkindale have been awarded the South Australian Film Corporation’s Short Film Fund this year for a comedy called A Small Town Problem, and Linda will star in it.