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57 Films were fortunate to visit the APY Lands during 2017. Covering 2000km and visiting 9 regional schools in 7 days, our crew were overwhelmed by the warmth and hospitality received. Delivering a project for the Department of Education and the Pitjantjatjara...

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AUSTRALIA-CHINESE CO-PRODUCTION TREATY

Wednesday 22 November saw Screen Professionals from Australia and China gather in Brisbane, to mark 10 years of the Australia-China co-production treaty. An initiative of the Australian Government through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Screen Australia,...

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Screen Forever Conference

From November 14 - 16, Paul Ryan along with 57 Films producers, Nicole Miller and Tao Yu, attended the Screen Forever 3-day Conference in Melbourne. The conference provided an opportunity to network and rub shoulders with key decision makers, executives and producers...

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Chef Exchange Series 2

Chef Exchange Series 2 is currently in post-production, with filming completed October 2017. From the bustling lights of Qingdao, Shanghai and Hong Kong, to cruising along the serene River Murray, visiting the idyllic Limestone Coast and sampling wines in the...

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Business SA Export Awards

As 2017 draws to a close, 57 Films were thrilled to be recognised for our ongoing successes, taking out the Channel 7 Creative Industries Award at the Business SA Export Awards. The awards seek to celebrate excellence in South Australia, by recognising the most...

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Production Begins on Chef Exchange Series 2

Chefs Jock Zonfrillo and Qu Jianmen were reunited as production on Chef Exchange Series 2 began last month in China. For the first time, Jock and Qu travelled outside of Qingdao and explored the cuisine of Shanghai. They also paid a visit to Qu’s village before...

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57 Films Announces New Soccer Swap Series With Qingdao TV

57 Films is excited to announce the development of a new Chinese co-production, Soccer Swap. Developed in consultation with China’s Qingdao Broadcasting and Television Station and due to be filmed in Adelaide and Qingdao, the series will follow a soccer competition...

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Speed Wraps Up Shooting in Adelaide

57 Films recently partnered with Beijing’s Ciwen Media on the first Chinese television drama series shot in Australia, titled Speed. The series was filmed in Adelaide and surrounding areas over 6 weeks in March and April. Starring Elvis Han, Xu Lu, and Du Haitao, the...

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