Emerging SA filmmaker Victoria Cocks, a former Flinders University Screen and Media student, will direct a new vampire film to be shot in South Australia later this year. […]
The unsung heroes of volunteering in South Australia will be celebrated by Flinders Screen and Media students and the 10th anniversary of the Community Voices program.
Creative minds took quickly to using micro-computers when they appeared in Australia 40 years ago – and Flinders researchers want to find out more.
Australian film schools and universities with a screen and media focus have converged on Adelaide this week (Wed 15- Fri 17 July) for the Flinders University-hosted ASPERA Conference.
Flinders makes a special contribution to NAIDOC Week by producing two ‘Micro-docs’ for National Indigenous TV (NITV).
The Federal Government’s Office for Learning and Teaching has recognised two individual academics and a group of teachers at Flinders with Citations under the Australian Awards for University Teaching.
Flinders University students are learning how to emulate some of the most stunning special effects in the world thanks to a unique collaboration.
Flinders staff, students and graduates are dominating the 2014 South Australian Screen Awards, picking up 10 nominations across nearly every category.