The South Australian Film Corporation was established under the South Australian Film Corporation Act 1972, to stimulate and encourage the formation and continued development of a film industry in South Australia.
The collection consists of duplicates from the Mortlock Library's SAFC script and document collection. The scripts and ephemera within the collection range in date from approximately 1972 onwards.
The collection was given to Flinders University Library in July 2001.
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This collection is made up largely of Australian documentaries giving a picture of Australia and Australians from the 1940s to the mid 1980s. Topics include immigration, tourism, agriculture, industrial relations, sport, visual arts, social customs, history and education. The collection also contains some international films including American training films from the 1950s.
A copy of the 1982 Film Library Catalogue is stored with the SAFC Collection in Special Collections.
The films are currently stored at URRSA and requests can be emailed to email@example.com
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