What’s on the screen: Upcoming Screenings at a Glance
OZAsia On Screen 12 September – 30 September 2012
OzAsia On Screen, part of the Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival, is coming to a close but there’s still plenty to see. Head to the Mercury Cinema, and see some of the best new feature films and documentaries from across Asia. The eclectic program includes films from Japan, China, Philippines, Thailand, Hong Kong, France/Cambodia, Laos, Korea, Indonesia and India.
Close Your Eyes 4 October 2012
Comms Officer Delaney was once a codebreaker for the large totalitarian organization Unicorp, before being made obsolete by his own programming. Unicorp out of desperation present him with a second chance, roped in to a unique mission to crack a valuable frequency embedded in an ancient alien signal. But is this his second chance, or his shot at redemption. Premiere Info: October 4th : 5:45pm - 7:15pm, Mercury Cinema, Tickets $15, DVDs $15, Cast and Crew receive complimentary tickets.
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Adelaide Cinemateque – SAFC 40th Anniversary screening 15 October 2012
A selection of '70s & '80s documentary titles from the South Australian Film Corporation’s Film Archive Collection (1972 – 1994) recognised by the National Film & Sound Archive as being of national significance.
Total Film: The Beginnings of the South Australian Film Corporation Canberra: 13 October – 27 October 2012
To help celebrate the SAFC's 40th Anniversary in 2012, the National Film and Sound Archive are presenting a 40th Anniversary Retrospective; Total Film: The Beginnings of the South Australian Film Corporation.
A Motion & A Spirit! For One Week Only Saturday 27th October to Saturday 3 November, 2012 Dont missing this unique cinema experience as you watch the first commercial film ever made the SAFC consisting of 9 films screening simulatenously in a recreation of Australia's first Super Circle Cinema.
40th Anniversary Screening Program at the State Library of South Australia - 25 October to 6 December, 2012
Seven classic SAFC films over seven Thursdays at 7pm including Sunday Too Far Away, Breaker Morant & Playing Beatie Bow to name a few...
AACTA Awards Screenings Sydney: 8 - 31 October 2012 Melbourne: 10 - 30 October 2012
The best of Australian film from the last year will be on show at the AACTA Awards Screenings - a key component of the Australian screen awards season - throughout October.
Upcoming Events and Activities
From a Sunday Too Far Away - SAFC 40th Anniversary Exhibition - 20 October - 2 December 2012
Art By Chance Film Festival – October 2012
Hof International Film Festival – 23 - 28 October 2012
SPAA Conference – 12 -15 November 2012
Digital Ignition Multi-platform Clinic – 26 - 30 November 2012
World Congress of Science and Factual Producers (WCSFP) – 27- 30 November 2012
Festivals and Awards Call for Entry Deadlines
Screen Australia travel grants to attend WCSFP in Washington - Application deadline 28 September
Digital Ignition Multi-platform Clinic - Application deadline 2 October
Flickerfest 2013 - Call for Entries 5 October
Raising Your Game: A Co-production Market - Application deadline 10 October 2012
Art By Chance - Call for Entries 15 October
AFTERS 2013 - Call for entries 1 November 2012
First Factual Films Festival (F4) Award for Outstanding Documentary Talent 2013 – 1 November Call for entries
Financial Assistance for 2013 ACE International Training Program– Application deadline 7 November
Hot Docs – Call for Entries 2012 (Early bird Submissions) 7 December
Upcoming SAFC Funding Application Deadlines
01.01 Production Investment – 10 October 2012
01.03 Revolving Film Fund – 10 October 2012
02.02 Drama Project and Script Development – 15 October 2012
05.10 Digital 360LAB – 19 October 2012
02.03 Documentary Script and Project Development – 13 November 2012
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