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Derik Lynch in a research still for Dipped in Black, photo by Other Pictures

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Short Film Fund success

Three teams of emerging SA filmmakers have been selected for the SAFC AFF Panavision Short Film Production Initiative.

Image: Derik Lynch, research still for Dipped in Black, photo by Other Pictures.

SAFC courtyard, photo by Kelly Barnes

NEWS

COVID-19: FAQ

Keep up to date with the SAFC’s latest announcements about COVID-19, and what we’re doing to support the SA screen sector on our new dedicated FAQ page.

Image: SAFC courtyard, photo by Kelly Barnes

The team from Monkeystack, at Adelaide Studios

TENANTS DIRECTORY

Meet our creatives

The SAFC’s Adelaide Studios screen creative hub is home to more than 25 SA screen businesses and practitioners – find them all in our handy directory.

Image: The team from Monkeystack

ABOUT US

Supporting South Australia’s Screen Industry

Building and shaping the South Australian film industry for more than 40 years, SAFC is the oldest screen agency in Australia.

The SAFC’s primary focus is on partnering with filmmakers, production and post-production companies that can contribute to the growth of the industry, and ensuring South Australia remains an attractive location for the filming and production of world-class content for film, television and online.

PRODUCTION FACILITIES

Adelaide Studios

With two sound stages, a Dolby Premier 7.1 Mixing Theatre, ADR and Foley Studios and 100-seat screening theatre, located alongside a creative hub of more than 25 South Australian screen businesses and screen practitioners, Adelaide Studios is the perfect place to create your next screen project.

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Acknowledgement of Country

SAFC acknowledges that we work on the traditional Country of the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains, and we pay respect to Elders past and present. We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, spiritual beliefs and relationship to land and waters and acknowledge that they are of continuing importance to the Kaurna people living today. We extend this respect to other Aboriginal Language Groups and other First Nations.