2023 Film Workshop: Production & Post-Production

Following on from the previous Film Workshops on ‘How to make a Short Film’ the Barossa Film Club are hosting another session focused on Production and Post-Production in support of the 2023 Youth Short Film Competition.

Local Adelaide-based film-maker Anthony Frith and previous YSFC winner Ekkia Evans will be overseeing this free workshop. While aimed at those interested in submitting to the YSFC, the session is open to everyone aged 9 to 25 years.

These workshops were possible thanks to the generous support of the Barossa Council and the YSFC sponsors: Rockford Wines, Pam O’Donnell and The Barossa Coop.

This workshop will:

  • Help troubleshoot problems of short films currently in production or post production.
  • Provide tailored information on film-making based on the participants needs.
  • Answer questions on submitting to the YSFC.
  • Host a space for local young film-makers to meet like-minded peers.

Location: Greenock Oval Pavilion.

Time: Saturday 16th of September, 1PM – 3PM

Cost: FREE

To book your spot please contact barossafilmclub@gmail.com by Friday the 15th of September.

Anthony Frith – a short bio

Anthony is a writer and director whose work includes the award-winning ABC iview series LESSONS FROM A MIDDLE CLASS ARTIST. In 2018, Anthony participated in a twelve-day practical filmmaking workshop in the Peruvian jungle where he made a film under the mentorship of Werner Herzog. This led to an attachment on Werner’s NOMAD: IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF BRUCE CHATWIN. Anthony was the recipient of the 2019 AIDC’s ACCESS Mentorship grand prize which was a two month internship at Beach House Pictures in Singapore. In 2021 Anthony Story Produced a new IP for Channel 9 titled FOR THE LOVE OF PETS, which aired in 2023.

Alongside his work as a director, writer and editor, Anthony has led many workshops for young film-makers (including the How To Make A Short Film workshop at last July’s Barossa Mini Film Fest) and, for Adelaide Film Festival, produced, along with Leela Varghese, a short online series How To Make A Film:



Ekkia Evans- a short bio

Ekkia Evans is an emerging writer and film-maker from the Barossa Valley. Her first short film, ‘The Getaway Driver’ won the Barossa Film Club’s inaugural Youth Short Film Competition in the senior category. In 2023 Ekkia joined the Barossa Film Club to help organise and promote their short film competition and assist with the Club’s website and social media.

In 2022 she participated in the competitive program AFTRS Talent Camp SA, which is a skills development program designed for emerging individuals to create new content and be employment ready for the screen sector. In 2023 she made her second short film with Super 8 analogue film as part of Carclew’s Super 16 Workshop with Bryce Kraehenbuehl. Ekkia also worked as a Production Runner on the short film Dragons Breath (Dir. Melanie Easton, 1st AD James Dubay) in January of 2023.