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Now into its halfway point of production, the cast and crew of Sam Fox: Extreme Adventures have been spotted filming around parts of South Australia. With the state boasting some of the country’s most panoramic landscapes, filming locations have been transformed to capture the action-packed storylines of the series based on the thrilling action adventure books by popular children’s author, Justin D’Ath.
Children’s live action television series Sam Fox: Extreme Adventures has commenced principal photography at Adelaide Studios and on location in South Australia.
The South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) has announced that it has engaged South Australian company KOJO to manage its state of the art Screening Theatre at Adelaide Studios for the next three years.
Grieve Gillett and Cox Richardson (architects by association) have won the National AIA Award for Commercial Architecture for the South Australian Film Corporation’s new Adelaide Studios. The award was presented at the National AIA Awards night held at the Midland Railway Workshops in Perth earlier this month.
Psychological-thriller The Babadook, starring Essie Davis, has begun filming at Adelaide Studios in South Australia.
It marks the debut feature film from writer/director Jennifer Kent and follows a single mother who battles with her son's fear of a monster lurking in the house, only to discover a sinister presence all around her.
Grieve Gillett and Cox Richardson – Architects in association, received The Keith Neighbour Award for Commercial Architecture for Adelaide Studios at the recent Australian Institute of Architects’ South Australian Architecture Awards.
Adelaide Studios has received Dolby Premier Accreditation, making it one of only two studios in Australia with this prestigious certification.
Dolby Premier Accreditation is the gold standard for studios and a measure of technical excellence at every level of the Studio’s operation. Room acoustics, monitoring standards, equipment selection, installation standards, synchronization accuracy, mixing competence and technical experience are all measured and evaluated by a Dolby expert as part of the certification process.
That’s right. Adelaide Studios is now a full house, boasting 26 tenancies ranging from writers, animators, web developers, communications, advertising, casting agents, production houses, sound editors, and of course film directors and producers.
The cream of Australia’s film industry welcomed the opening of Adelaide Studios last night at a gala event, with the studios officially opened by The Hon. Premier of South Australia Mike Rann on what his last official duty as Premier of South Australia.
SUNDAY 18 SEPTEMBER 2011
226 Fullarton Rd, Glenside
Doors open from 10am – 4pm
The newly completed Adelaide Studios is opening its doors to film lovers and the general public on Sunday 18 September.