Film & Media

This program offers artists the opportunity to explore processes involved in creating digital art works and film.

Artists work one-on-one or in small groups with a tutor on a variety of self-devised or commissioned projects. Skills developed include image manipulation and documentation, animation techniques, sound recording and composition for film and music video, camera use and film making processes, including editing and photographic techniques.

Places are currently available in Tutti’s Film & New Media programs for 2017 at Brighton (on Wednesdays) and in the Barossa Valley (on Fridays). Costs vary depending on individual support needs. Disability SA, NDIS or self-funding options are available. Please call Dorothy O’Brien, Disability Manager, on 08 8422 6510 if you are interested in joining this program.

Music videos bring together skills developed in both the performing and visual arts programs. They bring artists together as actors, scenic and graphic artists, singers, animators, photographers and videographers.

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For more information, please call Tutti on 08 8422 6511 or email

New Media – Digital Profiles

The brief was to produce a short (approx. 10 second) clip that captured something about the essence of the artist / film-maker using photography, video, sound, illustration, text, or a combination of any of these mediums. Concepts, voice overs and artistic direction by the artists. Video and image editing by Tutti film and new media staff. Check out some of the results:

New Media film clips

‘Monsters & Fairytales’ Exhibition, Adelaide Fringe Festival, 2012, Scott Pyle interview

James Kurtze, ‘Spooky DSI’, installation, Arts SA window, 2011

James Kurtze video projection onto Adelaide Festival Theatre

James Kurtze multi screen, ‘Dexter and Spooky Faces’

Oska Bright 2011 residency film clips

Movies created as part of the Tutti Inc. initiated 2011 city and regional residency of UK based Oska Bright Film Festival. Young film-makers with disabilities collaborated to create a series of creative short films.

‘Dr Spot Makes Cat Burgers’

‘Cops and Rockers’

‘Quarter Bounders’

‘The Legend of K9’

‘Super Fast’

Music film clips:

Aimee Crathern – ‘These Boots are Made for Walking’

Aimee Crathern – ‘The Daughter’s Song’,

Annika Hooper – ‘Colours’

Jason Crowhurst – Folsom Prison Blues