FUNDING & SUPPORT
The SAFC supports web, interactive and gaming productions and creatives as part of its commitment to supporting and developing all sectors of the South Australian screen industry.
South Australian Rebate for Games
22 June, 2020: South Australia’s games industry has been given a boost with an extension to the existing Post-Production, Digital and Visual Effects (PDV) Rebate to video game development.
The move will drive jobs growth and attract international investment to South Australia in a sector worth $180 billion globally, larger than the film and music industries combined.
The PDV extension is a 10 per cent rebate on qualifying production expenditure in South Australia, and is aimed at further growing the Creative Industries sector.
Further information about the SA Rebate for Games will be announced soon.
Read the full media release here.
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Centralised Interactive Storytelling Workshop
The Centralised Interactive Storytelling Workshop is the latest initiative launched under the Centralised program, which supports First Nations screen creatives in SA and NT through specialised funding and development opportunities.
Run by interactive media expert Brett Cullen, the two-day intensive workshop, held virtually via Zoom, will introduce participants to design concepts, strategies and ideas for storytelling via interactive platforms such as VR, AR, digital games and more.
This workshop is for First Nations practitioners in SA and NT only. Places are strictly limited.
The Workshop runs Wednesday 26 August and Thursday 27 August, 2020, from 9.00am to 5.00pm ACST both days.
Registrations open Friday 31 July, 2020 and close Friday 21 August, 2020.
How can I apply?
Register your interest in participating via our event registration page.
How can I find out more?
For further information please contact SAFC Associate Executive, Production and Development Nara Wilson email@example.com or phone 8 8394 2020.
Main image: Artists working at Adelaide Studios based agency Monkeystack.