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Corporate Information

Click on each menu bar below to access and download SAFC corporate publications including Terms of Trade and Strategic Plan, annual reports and more.

Strategic Plan 2020-2023

The South Australian Film Corporation’s Strategic Plan: 2020-2023 is a three-year plan for stimulating the recovery and growth of the South Australian screen sector.

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Paper Cactus Games at the SAFC’s SAGE: SA Game Exhibition, 2023
  • SA Screen Producers (5mb PDF)
    This brochure highlights some of the diverse producing talent in South Australia creating world-class film and TV productions – from Emmy Award winning TV series and feature films selected for Cannes, Venice and Berlin, to internationally acclaimed documentaries, innovative digital series and more.

  • SA Writers and Directors (2.5mb PDF)
    This brochure highlights some of the diverse range of writing and directing talent in South Australia creating world-class film and TV productions – from BAFTA nominated feature films and those selected for premiere at Cannes, Sundance, Venice and Berlin, to internationally acclaimed series and global box office hits.
  • SA Screen Talent Spotlight (2mb PDF)
    This brochure highlights selected new South Australian “Greenlighters” – credited writers, directors and producers with the ability to attract finance – who have worked on recent SAFC supported film and TV productions.
  • SA PDV Service Providers (3.8mb PDF)
    As an international hub for post-production, digital and visual effects (PDV), South Australia is world-renowned for excellence in sound and picture post-production, animation and VFX, with some of the world’s top PDV studios calling Adelaide home. Find out more about them in this digital brochure.
  • SA Screen Production Facilities (2.5mb PDF)
    This brochure highlights selected venues and facilities in South Australia suitable for screen production and filming.
  • SA Video Game Creatives (6.6mb PDF)
    From large indie studios to solo developers working across desktop, console and mobile, to creatives working in XR, animation and robotics, this brochure highlights just some of the diverse range of talent and skills in South Australia’s growing game development sector
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Code of Conduct

The SAFC has zero tolerance for unsafe workplace behaviours, including discrimination, harassment and bullying. This includes all events and activities that we manage and support as well as all projects and other initiatives we fund.

The SAFC has adopted the Australian Screen Industry Code of Practice – Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Harassment and Bullying Policy, a best practice guide for employers in the Australian screen industry. It was developed as a joint initiative between Screen Producers Australia (SPA), the body representing employers in the screen industry, and Media Entertainment & Arts Alliance (MEAA), as the body representing employees.

The Code of Practice was prepared to support the prevention of workplace discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment and bullying in the screen industry. It affirms the industry’s commitment to providing safe, respectful, inclusive and flexible workplaces.

Although described as a voluntary industry code of practice, SAFC encourages all screen industry practitioners to adopt and follow it. This code is referenced in the SAFC Terms of Trade.

You agree to comply with the SAFC Terms of Trade, the Code of Practice and the template Policy Document published in conjunction with the Code of Practice (as if you were an employee for the purposes of the template Policy Document) in your activities in and relating to SAFC events.  If you fail to do so SAFC may deny you access or remove you from the event or any other event organised by the SAFC. 

For more information, to view the Code of Practice, template Policy Document and guidelines go to

Online Communities – Conditions of Use

The SAFC has a presence on a number of online platforms where members of the public can engage and interact with the agency and other users. These include the SAFC Facebook page, Instagram account, Twitter account, Youtube channel and video meeting and webinar platforms such as Zoom.

While the SAFC supports the sharing of diverse opinions in our online communities, we wish these platforms to remain a constructive space for everyone to engage in a dialogue with the SAFC and industry.

We ask all our online community members to interact with us, our staff, and each other with respect and courtesy, in line with these Conditions of Use.

When engaging with any SAFC online service, including official SAFC accounts established on third-party social media sites, you understand and agree that the SAFC may hide or remove your contribution at its discretion, and/or if the SAFC considers it to be:

  1. defamatory, or otherwise unlawful or violating laws regarding harassment, discrimination, racial vilification, privacy or contempt;
  2. in violation of the Australian Screen Industry Code of Practice – Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Harassment and Bullying Policy adopted by the SAFC;
  3. false or misleading;
  4. an infringement of intellectual property rights including copyright;
  5. abusive, offensive or obscene;
  6. inappropriate, off topic, repetitive or vexatious;
  7. compromising the privacy of any person or containing inappropriate personal information;
  8. a personal attack on a member or members of SAFC staff, persons engaged by the SAFC to provide services, or other online community members;
  9. deliberate provocation of other community members; or
  10. impersonating someone else and/or posting on behalf of a suspended member.

If you breach these Conditions of Use, the SAFC may block your account or contributions.

You accept full responsibility for any contribution by you to the SAFC’s social media sites.  You warrant that any such contribution by you will not breach these conditions or the right(s) of any party. If your contribution does breach these Conditions of Use or the right of any party, you agree to indemnify the SAFC against any loss, liability, claim, demand, damage or expense (including legal fees) asserted by any party (including yourself) arising out of a breach of these Conditions of Use.

Additionally, when accessing or participating in an SAFC-managed space on a third party platform, such as channels, pages or feeds hosted on an external site, you agree to comply with the Terms and Conditions specified by that third party platform.

Freedom of Information

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 9(2) of the Freedom of Information Act 1991 (the Act), the following details are provided as part of the Information Statement of the SAFC which is an agency as defined under Section 4(1)(f) of the Act. Subject to certain restrictions, the Act gives members of the public a legally enforceable right to access information held by the South Australian Government.

Structure and functions

The SAFC consists of four key operational areas:

  1. Production and Development
  2. Operations
  3. Finance
  4. Communications and Marketing

Whilst the SAFC will engage with key stakeholders in respect of specific programs, there are no formal arrangements which enable members of the public to participate in the formulation of the department’s policies and the exercises of the agency’s functions. From time to time consultation is undertaken when it is deemed appropriate to engage the public in the formulation of specific policy.

Documents held within the SAFC

Documents held by the SAFC fall broadly into the categories described below. Documents can be requested in hard copy or electronically unless advised otherwise. The listing of these categories does not necessarily mean all documents are accessible in full or in part under the Act.

The categories include: corporate files containing correspondence, memoranda and minutes on all aspects of the SAFC’s operations, policies, procedures and guidelines prescribing the way various activities and programs are to be performed. 

Broad categories of documents include:

  • Board
  • Communications and marketing
  • Financial and Corporate Services
  • People and Culture
  • Production Development and Studios
  • SAFC Compliance
  • Personnel files relating to employees
  • Accounting and financial reports
  • Annual reports and strategic plans
  • Minutes of meetings and terms of reference

The following types of documents are published on the SAFC website:

  • Program guidelines
  • General guidelines and terms of trade
  • Adelaide studios facilities and tenant directory
  • Annual Reports
  • Strategic Plan
  • First Nations Screen Strategy
  • Media releases

Any person is able to exercise their right to access information held by the SAFC under the Freedom of Information Act 1991 by requesting documents.

Requests under the FOI Act for access to documents can be made online at

Privacy Policy

The SAFC recognises the fundamental importance of privacy and understands concerns about the security of personal information. SAFC is committed to protecting any personal information that it holds. This Privacy Policy details generally how SAFC manages personal information and safeguards privacy.

Information collection

SAFC only collects personal information that is necessary for it to perform its functions. When you visit the SAFC website (, you do so anonymously. As most websites do, SAFC tracks usage patterns on its website on an anonymous aggregate basis for statistical purposes. Your identity cannot reasonably be ascertained from this information. Each time you visit the SAFC website a web server makes a record of your visit. Specifically, it records your:

  • IP address (the Internet address of your computer);
  • The date and time of your visit to the site;
  • The pages accessed and documents downloaded;
  • The previous site visited; and
  • The type of browser used.

SAFC does not link your IP address to anything personally identifiable, including your e-mail address. The only other information automatically provided to SAFC is the type of operating system you are using, which is information supplied by your browser. Parts of the SAFC website may invite you to voluntarily supply personal information such as your e-mail address in order to join a mailing list, or to complete a survey downloadable from the site. Unless required by law, SAFC will not use personal information submitted via its website for any other purpose, and will not disclose such information to a third party, without your consent.

Use of cookies

When you visit the SAFC website, its server attaches a small data file called a “cookie” to your computer’s memory. Cookies are pieces of information that may be transferred to your computer’s memory when you visit a website for record keeping purposes. Most Web browsers are set to accept cookies. However, if you do not wish to receive any cookies you may set your Web browser to refuse cookies. SAFC uses cookies to collate aggregate (anonymous) information on how people use its website and to help it to know what they find interesting and useful on its website. SAFC does not link this information back to your identity or other information that you have provided to it. SAFC does not store any information that identifies you inside cookies.

Using and disclosing your personal information

SAFC respects your privacy. Any personal information which it collects about you will be used and disclosed by SAFC so that it can provide you with the services that you have requested, or otherwise to enable it to carry out its functions.

Access to your personal information

In most cases, you can gain access to personal information that SAFC holds about you. SAFC will handle requests for access to your personal information in accordance with the South Australian Information Privacy Principles 2017 (IPPS).

SAFC will deal with all requests for access to personal information as quickly as possible. Requests for a large amount of information, or information that is not currently in use, may require further time before a response can be given.

In some cases, and consistent with the NPPs, SAFC may refuse to give you access to personal information it holds about you. If SAFC refuses to give you access it will provide you with reasons for its refusal. Generally, if you request SAFC to do so it will amend any personal information about you held by it which is inaccurate, incomplete or out of date.

If SAFC disagrees with your view about the accuracy, completeness or currency of a record of your personal information held by it, and you ask SAFC to associate with that record a statement that you have a contrary view, SAFC will take reasonable steps to do so.

Please contact SAFC if you would like more information about the way SAFC manages personal information that it holds about you, or are concerned that SAFC may have breached your privacy and wish to make a complaint.

Your acceptance of these terms and changes to the SAFC Privacy Policy

By using the SAFC website, you signify your assent to the SAFC Privacy Policy. If you do not accept these conditions, please do not use the SAFC website. SAFC reserves the right, at its discretion, to change, add, or remove portions of this Policy at any time. Please check this page periodically for changes. Your continued use of the SAFC website following the posting of changes to these conditions indicates your acceptance of these changes.

Links to other sites

Please note that this Privacy Policy does not extend beyond the SAFC website. When following a link from this website to another site, you leave the SAFC website and are no longer protected by the SAFC privacy conditions. SAFC recommends that you read the privacy statement and/or policy on other websites you visit to familiarise yourself with their privacy practices.

Main image: Screen practitioners in the Adelaide Studios courtyard, photo by Naomi Jellicoe

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SA Made Showcase

Browse our library of SAFC supported feature film, television documentary productions and video games produced in South Australia from 1975 to today.

Image: I Am Mother (2019)