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SAFC Targeted Diversity Attachment: Fighting for Hakeem

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South Australian Film Corporation


About the opportunity

The SAFC’s Targeted Diversity Attachment scheme supports the agency’s mission to build a more inclusive screen industry in South Australia, by providing paid, on-set experience for diverse key creatives and crew. Find out more about the program here.

South Australian Deaf or disabled post-production crew are now invited to apply for a Targeted Diversity Attachment on upcoming feature documentary Fighting for Hakeem (working title).

This Attachment will be a short-term, paid position, ideally starting on Monday 13 June, 2022, however there is flexibility for the start date. The position will be based at the SAFC’s Adelaide Studios as a part-time placement for approximately two months. Flexible working hours can be arranged.

No prior production experience is required, however the candidate must have:

  • Strong research and written communication skills;
  • Skills in Premiere Pro, Illustrator, InDesign and the Adobe suite;
  • Demonstrated commitment to the South Australian screen industry will be highly regarded;
  • A passion for soccer is a bonus.

How can I apply?

Applications can be made via an Expression of Interest through the SAFC’s online grant portal:

Applications close 5.00pm ACST on Friday 3 June, 2022.

Accessibility options

For a confidential discussion of your access needs, please contact SAFC Program Coordinator Jess Cahill at or call 8 8394 2029 or via the National Relay Service.