FROM A SUNDAY TOO FAR AWAY Anniversary Exhibition
South Australian Film Corporation 40th Anniversary Exhibition - 20 October to 2 December, 2012
Image: On the set of 1975 feature film Sunday Too Far Away with Director Ken Hannam and actors Jack Thompson and Reg Lye.
Proudly presented by the South Australian Film Corporation with project partners, National Film and Sound Archive, Flinders University, State Library of South Australia and Atkins Technicolour, FROM A SUNDAY TOO FAR AWAY traces the efforts of many who have been instrumental in creating some of Australia’s most iconic films including Sunday Too Far Away, Breaker Morant and Storm Boy, to name just a few.
Curated by Melissa Juhanson (SAFC Project Manager & Manager, SAFC Collections) the exhibition features selected photographs, films and related ephemera to tell the ‘behind-the-scenes’ stories of the South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) as we celebrate our 40th year. The SAFC's Film Archive forms the basis of this project and is recognised by the National Film and Sound Archive as being of national significance.
Come and view ‘never before seen’ images from the SAFC Collection (1972 – 1994). There will also be a section dedicated to projects the SAFC has invested in from 1995 through to 2012.
The Exhibition is currently open to the public until Sunday 2 December, 2012 at the Flinders University City Gallery, State Library of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide.
Tuesday - Friday: 11am - 4pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12pm - 4pm
Closed public holidays
Admission to the exhibition is FREE
A public program of seminars, workshops and activities associated with the exhibition will also be presented