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. […]
Flinders New Venture Institute at Tonsley will host a special interactive promotion of the international South by South West interactive, film and music conference from Austin, Texas, today.
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.
Flinders staff, students and graduates are dominating the 2014 South Australian Screen Awards, picking up 10 nominations across nearly every category.
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.