SA Film Corporation

Made in SA Showcase

The Made in SA Showcase is an informative resource, detailing the variety of SAFC supported feature film, television, multi-media and documentary productions produced in SA since 2010. A selection of recent productions is shown below.  Choose a filter to see more.

For a quick look at SAFC productions since 1974,  view our 40th anniversary Showreel here.

 

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FEATURE FILM


Kabbarli

KABBARLI

2001
Resonance Productions
Producer: Jo-anne McGowan
Director: Andrew Taylor

A film about Daisy Bates

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Australian Rules

AUSTRALIAN RULES

2001
Tidy Town Pictures
Producer: Mark Lazarus
Director: Paul Goldman

Sixteen-year old Gary Black helps his football team win the championship by accident, falls in love with a beautiful Aboriginal girl from the local mission, and is caught in a terrible conflict with the local community.

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The Tracker

THE TRACKER

2001
Vertigo Productions
Producer: Rolf de Heer, Julie Ryan
Director: Rolf de Heer

Filmed entirely on location in the Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary in the northern Flinders Ranges.

All men choose the path they walk...

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TELEVISION


Disappearance

DISAPPEARANCE

2001
Robert Greenwald Productions
Producer: Michael Gallant
Director: Walter Klenhard

Visual Effects work produced in SA by Rising Sun Pictures

When the Henley family stop to take holiday snap-shots of a ghost town in Nevada, strange things begin to happen.

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McLeod's Daughters

MCLEOD'S DAUGHTERS

2001
Millennium Television / Nine Network
Producer: Andrew Blaxland
Director: 

Five women run a cattle station, "Drover's Run", in the outback of South Australia.

Awards and Nominations in 2007

2007 Won Logie Most Popular New Male Talent - Dustin Clare 
Silver Logie Most Popular Actor - Aaron Jeffery 
Nominated Logie Most Popular Australian Drama 
Most Popular New Female Talent - Michelle Langstone 
Silver Logie Most Popular Actress - Rachael Carpani 
Most Popular Actress - Simmone Mackinnon 

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SUMMER OF LOVE

2001
Australian International Pictures/Kojo Productions
Producer: Wayne Groom, Kent Smith
Director: Wayne Groom

Seeking solace after the premature death of her father, Amanda (Natalie Laing) embarks on a passionate affair with a visiting artist Michael (Ryan Miller), much to the disappointment of her long time boyfriend Tom (Scott Corfield). Matters take a strange twist when Tom befriends Michael as both of them seek to make sense of Amanda's behaviour. What follows is a summer of love, as Amanda surrenders to her desires with both lovers, an arrangement tested by the unexpected arrival of Amanda's mother, followed by the appearance of sultry rival, Briana (Bree Maddox). Summer of Love is a bold story that seeks to extend the boundaries of love.

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