Hollywood of the South: the SA Film Corporation at 40

A ‘Fridays at the Library’ History Festival event! 5.30pm, Wednesday 29 May at the Hetzel Lecture Theatre, State Library of SA & 3pm, Friday 31 May in the Noel Stockdale Room, Central Library, Flinders University.

See a selection of 16mm films from the SAFC’s early days and join in a discussion with film experts and historians.

The South Australian Film Corporation played a key role in building a national and international reputation for South Australia through its filmmaking endeavours. Join us for a program including a selection of documentaries and promotional films, featuring celebrities such as Jack Thompson and Julie Anthony, to showcase the Corporation’s early productions. Film experts and historians will lead discussions about SA’s budding film industry.

Free event, refreshments served, no bookings required.

For more information, visit the web page at http://library.flinders.edu.au/resources/collection/special/FaTL.html

Or look in the About Time History Festival program.

(L-R) Camera Operator, David Petley and Cinematographer, Geoff Burton on set with Cast; Still Photographer, David Kynoch
Sunday Too Far Away. Image courtesy of, FROM SUNDAY TOO FAR AWAY – SAFC’s 40th Anniversary Exhibition 2012

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