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.
Producer: Mark Patterson
Director: Paul Cox
Human Touch tells the story of Anna (Jacqueline McKenzie), a singer who reclaims her desire when she agrees to pose nude for photographs taken by wealthy connoisseur, Edward (Chris Haywood). Anna is drawn more and more into Edward's world.
Producer: Jennifer Cluff, Bill Bennett
Director: Steve Pasvolsky
A deck grinding, wickedly funny coming of age about friendship and growing up.
Eddie Wong Films
Producer: Jodi Matterson
Director: Darren Ashton
After a near death experience, five boys, all devoted AC/DC fans, make a pact to bury whoever dies first next to their idol, the band's former lead singer the late Bon Scott.
Producer: David Lightfoot
Director: Greg McLean
Three young backpackers experience a terrifying journey after being abducted in the isolated Australian Outback.
Producer: Mike Piper
Director: Corey Piper
OPAL FEVER … is a series about untold wealth waiting to be uncovered … and those possessed with the feverish hope of riches beyond imagination.
“Some people say Opal Fever is better than sex … ”, says former Sydney street-kid Mark Jackson in the first episode of OPAL FEVER, a television series set in the remote and bizarre opal-mining town of Coober Pedy in the vast South Australian Outback.
AFI Nomination for Cinematography
ACS Golden Tripod - Documentaries Cinema & TV
4 Gold ACS - Documentaries Cinema & TV
National Geographic - Best People & Places
ATOM Awards - Best Documentary
Melbourne DV Festival - Best Documentary
Producer: Leona Cichon
Director: Mat King
A love lost in memories.
An elderly man, Frank, spends his days making picture frames. Every day, Eva comes to search for Frank and although day after day she always finds him, she can never seem to recognise him.
Winner 2004 Australian Cinematographer Society Awards SA/WA “The Judges Award” for Best Overall Entry “Best Short Film ”
Edinburgh International Film Festival – (UK) 2004
Valladolid International Film Festival – (Spain) 2004
Los Angeles International Film Festival – (USA) 2004
Palm Springs International Film Festival – (USA) 2004
Brisbane International Film Festival – (Aust) 2004
Rhode Island International Film Festival – (USA) 2004
Foyle Film Festival – 2005 – (Nth Irleland) 2004
Pyongyang International Film Festival – (Nth Korea - DPRK) 2004
Nashville International Film Festival – (USA) 2005
Adelaide Film Festival – (Aust) 2005
FRITZ GETS RICH
The People's Republic of Animation
Producer: Sam White
Director: Eddie White, James Calvert