What our recent graduates have been up to

 2016 Graduate News


Jack Sheridan (BA Hons Screen 1999) has been nominated for a 2016 Australian Directors Guild award for his short film, Injury Time.


ABC has announced a joint investment with SAFC to produce three comedies and two documentaries from South Australia as 6×5 minute episodes for iview.

ABC Director of Television, Richard Finlayson said: “Uncovering and developing these original ideas from South Australian creative talent, and being able to share them with a national audience on ABC iview, is very exciting.”

We are proud that two of the projects have our graduates in key creative roles.

Producer: Kirsty Stark and directors Simon Williams and Brendon Skinner have been funded for their project Goober.

Writer/Director Stephen Banham has also been funded for Almost Midnight.

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Student and Graduate Success Stories

Flinders University has many graduates who have gone on to make their mark in the world of film, theatre, TV, and digital media.  Among the most well-known is Scott Hicks, who won an Academy Award for his film Shine, but many other exceptional feature film and television directors and producers have had their start at Flinders, including Matt Bate, Sandy Cameron, Sophie Hyde, Bryan Mason, Matt Cormack, Bec Summerton, Granaz Moussavi, Dario Russo, Kirsty Stark, and Hugh Sullivan. Among our graduates are also many successful cinematographers, sound designers and editors like Nima Nabili Rad, James Currie, Sean Lahiff, and Belinda Trimboli, to name only a few.


See Past Success Stories