Filmmaker, designer and animator, Flinders University alumna Emma Hough Hobbs, has taken out the inaugural $35,000 Hanlon Larsen Screen Fellowship from a competitive field of 50 […]
Internationally recognised Flinders University palaeontologist Professor John Long, has been announced the recipient of the annual Jim Bettison and Helen James Award by the Adelaide Film […]
Island of the Hungry Ghosts, a powerful and insightful film examining the plight of asylum-seekers trying to reach Australia, has been awarded the $10,000 Flinders University […]
World premieres at the 2017 Adelaide Film Festival will feature talent from Flinders University. The raucous punk attitude of Atlantis, Iceland, a feature film co-produced by […]
Want to see what the future holds? Virtual reality, gaming, filmmaking and new interactive technologies will be on show at the Tonsley Innovation Precinct during Hybrid […]
The barrier-breaking story of a Palestinian women’s car racing team has won the $10,000 Flinders University Documentary Award at the Adelaide Film Festival.
Flinders has metaphorical fingerprints all over the metaphorical celluloid at this year’s Adelaide Film Festival.
Flinders has added sponsorship of a new $10,000 prize for documentary making to its record of education in screen and media and the outstanding achievements of its graduates in filmmaking.