The Channel 44 team is pleased to announce we will be broadcasting the Catholic Archdiocese of Adelaide Holy Week services at St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral live to air as well as streamed online. As the COVID-19 crisis has had a significant impact on religious organisations’ ability to connect with their communities face-to-face, we are happy
SAGA is a grassroots film festival that creates a platform for women and girls to tell their own stories and shape their own narratives. With women and girls behind the camera, SAGA is the state’s only women’s film festival.
Saturday February 9 marks the Fleurieu Film Festival awards night, recognising all the incredible entries and finalists! Coming from S.C. Pannell, McLaren Vale, guests will enjoy watching the 10 finalists’ short films over the course of the night, as well as live music, gourmet foods, wine, auctions and a door prize. Director of the Wilderness Society, Peter Owen will also speak.
The next round of content grant funding for the Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) opens January 2 until March 12, 2019. Content grants support the development, production and distribution of original content via Australian community radio, television broadcasters and other associated platforms.
The 2019 Adelaide Fringe Festival is on its way. The program was officially released on Thursday and it’s bigger and better than ever!
We are thrilled to be a media partner of the Adelaide Film Festival, which kicked off on Wednesday, October 10, with the premiere of the highly anticipated film, Hotel Mumbai.