Post Production Services Shine at AFF2020

Beyond Content’s Post Production Services on show at Adelaide Film Festival 2020

We are thrilled to have worked on the post production of four new South Australian films. We can’t wait to see these films on the big screen when they premiere at the 2020 Adelaide Film Festival.

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YER OLD FAITHER – by Heather Croall

This year’s festival has brought us the opportunity to work with the lovely Heather Croall, who is well known for her role as Director of the Adelaide Fringe Festival. Yer Old Faither is a charming tribute to Heather’s father and the town of Whyalla where she grew up. It’s been a 10-year journey for Heather and an honour for us to help complete the film, which is already receiving international press! We wish her all the best with the upcoming screening at AFF2020.

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AQUAPHOBE – by Melanie Easton

Our Head of Post, Sam Matthews, edited and graded this story about a girl who used to be a cat. Aquaphobe is screening as part of AFF2020’s Made In SA event. Sam embarked on a wonderful adventure with Melanie and producer Gilbert Kemp Attrill to craft its on-screen narrative, and we’re excited to share in its premiere at AFF2020.

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Damage film still.

DAMAGE – by Madeleine Blackwell

This intimate two-hander set in a taxi over a single night pairs a couple who, at first glance, appear to be opposites in every way. It’s been great to provide the online and colour grade for this clever and powerful indie South Australian feature. We can’t wait to see it on the big screen at AFF2020.

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EVERYTHING ALL AT ONCE – by Tamara Hardman

It’s been a delight to work with Tamara on her visually lavish short film that’s set to debut at AFF2020. It was the perfect opportunity to enhance a film’s art design through colour and we wish her the best at the premiere.

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