Students’ screen skills on show for OzAsia

Three Flinders University creative arts students will showcase their short films at this year’s OzAsia Festival. Created during their time on a New Colombo Plan-funded screen […]

Asia through a creative lens

Flinders student film-makers have let their creative imaginations run riot in producing a collection of short films to be shown as part of the OzAsia Film Festival program.

Drama’s delivery-room

Two Flinders graduates will usher an infant play into existence at the National Play Festival, which begins in Adelaide today.

Flinders stars again at SA Screen Awards

Flinders University is leading the way yet again at the South Australian Screen Awards, with more than 20 current and former students and alumni nominated for gongs at the black tie event.

How new media is getting old

As computer companies race to produce “smarter, faster and more powerful” PCs, the files created in the digital world – including online artworks – risk being left behind.

Creating a piece of playable history

Games are one of the most significant cultural forms of modern society yet their story is poorly documented in Australia and New Zealand, according to Flinders University Screen and Media Associate Professor Melanie Swalwell.