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SAFC Newsletter – 12 February, 2021

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In this issue: First Nations talent forging new TV careers Aftertaste proves a tasty televisual treat New wave of success for SA game studios  Out now: our second annual industry survey First Nations fellowship returns for second year  Applause: accolades, awards & appointments Not on our mailing list yet? Subscribe now! Images (L-R): Kiara Milera and […]

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Interns Kiara Milera, Anil Junior Samy are part of the SAFC C44 mentorship program.

First Nations screen creatives forge new career paths in TV production at Channel 44

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A new mentoring program being launched this week by the South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) and Channel 44 will help South Australian First Nations screen creatives forge new careers in television production. Announced last year as part of the SAFC’s First Nations Screen Strategy 2020-2025, the mentorship program is part of a wider partnership between […]

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NT filmmaker Tamara Whyte, inaugural Fellow of the DAF Centralised Indigenous Fellowship, image supplied

Indigenous fellowship returns to boost first nations storytelling for second year

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The call is out again for First Nations documentary makers in South Australia and the Northern Territory with the launch of the second Centralised Indigenous Fellowship, open for applications from today. Launched in 2019 under the CENTRALISED banner, the Documentary Australia Foundation (DAF) Centralised Indigenous Fellowship is a partnership with the South Australian Film Corporation […]

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SAFC launches Innovate RAP (2020)

SAFC First Nations Screen Working Group information session

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If you are a First Nations screen maker based in South Australia and want to have your say on the future of screen programming, the SAFC invites you to join the new First Nations Screen Working Group. As part of its commitment to growing and supporting South Australia’s First Nations screen sector, the SAFC is […]

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Participants in the SAFC Mercury CX Master Apprentice program, with SAFC Development and Industry Development Executive Kath Mcintyre. Photo by Dan Bennett, Fokus Creatives

Master Apprentice program generates employment for SA crew

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A new screen industry mentorship program from the SAFC and Mercury CX has been a resounding success, with many participating SA crew securing paid work as a result. Launched last year as part of the SAFC’s raft of COVID support initiatives, the SAFC Mercury CX Master/Apprentice Mentorship Program saw 15 local crew matched with SA Heads of Department (HODs) for professional […]

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SAFC Receptionist Leanne Ridley, photo by Claudio Raschella

Happy milestone for face of the SAFC

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Since 2001 Leanne Ridley has been the friendly face of the SAFC, greeting visitors, staff, tenants and the occasional Hollywood star from her position at the Reception desk. This Monday 1 February officially marks Leanne’s 20th year as SAFC Receptionist, having worked in the role from the agency’s days at Hendon, through to its current location at Adelaide […]

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SAFC Newsletter – 29 January, 2021

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In this issue: Dornan heads to SA for new series The Tourist SA filmmakers get Unreal in challenge Master Apprentice program yields results Screen Forever returns with online program Happy milestone for face of the SAFC Applause: accolades, awards and appointments Not on our mailing list yet? Subscribe now! Images (L-R): Jamie Dornan, photo credit Adam […]

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