1. Project Blue - South Australia Brand Launch

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    • You Gotta Try...Barossa

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      Brought to you by http://www.southaustralia.com as part of the Through Local Eyes project. South Australia's Barossa through the eyes of local filmmakers Matthew Salleh and Rose Tucker, of URTEXT films. With so much buzz about the Barossa, sometimes the hardest part can be deciding where to start out on your adventure. Which winery should you check out first? Where is the best spot for a quick bite to eat, or if you've got a bit more time, a seven course degustation meal? Well, let us introduce you to this beautiful short film 'You Gotta Try...Barossa', your instant travel companion - a friend, in video form! Nobody knows the best spots like the locals do, which is why filmmakers Matt and Rosie have rounded up a whole group of interesting, fun loving, adventurous South Australian's from all walks of life with the sole purpose of sharing their Barossa secrets with you, as well as a few old favourites that aren't so secret. The film gives first time visitors the inside scoop, while even the most diehard Barossa visitors may stumble across something new. This is what You Gotta Try in the Barossa. Featured products and experiences include: Two Hands Wines: http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9003458 Langmeil Winery: http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9000030 Hentley Farm Restaurant: http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9011458 fermentAsian: http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9177884 Barossa Farmers Market: http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9005154 Barossa Valley Cheese Company: http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9006729 Apex Bakery: http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9011596 Lyndoch Bakery: http://lyndochbakery.com.au/ Maggie Beer's Farm Shop: http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9001167 Filmed in the Barossa, South Australia. For more information on the Barossa visit: http://www.southaustralia.com/regions/barossa.aspx Film credits: Director/Camera: Matthew Salleh Producer/Sound: Rose Tucker Research Assistant: Aaron Nash

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      • More than just fizzy yellow liquid

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        Brought to you by http://www.southaustralia.com as part of the Through Local Eyes film project. Thirsty? These boutique breweries in the Adelaide Hills have just the solution. This short film by local filmmaker John de Jong explores the booming craft beer scene that exists in the Adelaide Hills, featuring three key breweries and their passionate owners. 'More than just fizzy yellow liquid' pairs thirst quenching beer with beautiful food, surrounded by breathtaking scenery of the Adelaide Hills. For more information about the Adelaide Hills visit http://www.southaustralia.com/regions/adelaide-hills.aspx or to discover more of Adelaide's craft beer scene and brewery tours check out: http://www.southaustralia.com/things-to-do/breweries.aspx Featured breweries include: Prancing Pony (Mt Barker) - http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9010994 Lobethal Bierhaus (Lobethal) - http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9007229 Gulf Brewery - http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9010254 Filmed and produced by John de Jong Music is 'Brickwall' by South Australian musician Joshy Willo - http://joshywillo.com.au/

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        • A Gentlemans Guide to Adelaides Nooks and Crannies

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          Join comedian Asher Treleavan as he hits the streets of Adelaide in an irreverent, slightly left of centre short film titled 'A Gentlemans Guide to Adelaide's Nooks and Crannies'.

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          • Hand Made - Renew Adelaide

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            There is a group of young retailers and entrepreneurs who have turned the traditional retail shopping model on its head. It’s shopping – done Adelaide style. Rather than setting up large retail stores in the CBD, or purchasing franchises within big global brands, they’ve taken the ‘flea market’ model and applied it to the traditional retail space. With the help of local advocacy group, Renew Adelaide, creative South Australians are working with real estate agents to take up short term leases in unused commercial buildings, turning them into pop-up shops, art galleries, furniture stores and vintage clothing outlets, for very limited times. Spaces that were once office blocks or insolvent cafes are turned into make-shift vintage record shops, cult movie stores and high end fashion outlets almost overnight - creating a dynamic ‘blink and you’ll miss it’ approach to retail shopping. This film captures this new wave of entrepreneurs as they set up shop, sharing their story and outlook on life as they pursue their dreams in an unconventional way.

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            • The Laneway

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              Brought to you by http://www.southaustralia.com South Australia through the eyes of local filmmaker, Anna Bardsley-Jones Hipster chic meets indie rock in a lonely inner city alley in Adelaide. Local band, The Sun and the Sky set up a makeshift bar and stage, invite all their friends, bang out some cool tunes, drink a few beers, dance in fluro lights and have an awesome night. But the party doesn't stop there. After the show, they pick up their sofa and traipse through the city with it. Filmed in Adelaide, South Australia Featured venues: Arcade Lane - https://www.facebook.com/arcadelane Rundle Street Adelaide - http://rundlestreet.com.au/ Adelaide CBD - http://www.southaustralia.com/regions/adelaide-city.aspx Film Credits: Producer: Anna Bardsley-Jones Director of Photography: Vivian Madigan Camera Assist: David Tang Cast: Tim Pearce, Sam Pearce, Simon Pearce and Justin Pounsett (The Sun and the Sky) Music Track: The Sun and the Sky 'Already One' Editor: Editor: Richard Coburn Colourist: Daniel Principe For more information visit http://www.southaustralia.com

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              • Willunga Soul

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                Brought to you by http://www.southaustralia.com South Australia through the eyes of local filmmaker, Ben Dowie. The sun warms your arms and neck. Cool waves nibble at your ankles. Life is so relaxed in Willunga, it appears in slow motion. Strolling through quaint farmer's markets. Long drives past historic vineyards. Padding about in a little board. Brilliant day - time for a gourmet pizza with a cult fan following! Filmed on South Australia's, Fleurieu Peninsula (Willunga) Featured locations: Willunga Farmers Market - http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9004574 Penny's Hill winery and cellar door - http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9000439 Port Willunga beach - http://www.southaustralia.com/info.aspx?id=9006167 Russells Pizza - http://www.urbanspoon.com/r/347/1350469/restaurant/South-Australia/Russells-Willunga Film credits: Director/Cinematographer: Ben Dowie Talent: Alexandra Blue, Oliver Dowie, Ashlea Smith Music: Lyrebird (Oliver Dowie) For more information visit http://www.southaustralia.com

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                • City Beat

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                  Brought to you by http://www.southaustralia.com South Australia through the eyes of local filmmakers Haylie Craig and Bayley Broome-Peak from Hungry Creatives. You've never been to a concert like this one. Because the stage is the entire city! One moment you're in a garden, next moment under a bridge, then beside the river. The locations are matched to the bands so the sights and sounds work together. Talk about a performance that moves you! Filmed in Adelaide, South Australia. More information on Moving Music can be found at: http://moving-music.tumblr.com/aboutus Film credits: Haylie Craig and Bayley Broome--Peake (Hungry Creatives) Event creators 'A High Note' & 'Fascination Street' Extra thanks to all the bands and visual artists involved.

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                  • Party Road

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                    Brought to you by http://www.southaustralia.com South Australia through the eyes of local filmmakers Haylie Craig, Bayley Broome-Peak and Cameron Edson from Hungry Creatives. Step out of the office and straight into a party. Streets cordoned off and viola - quiet business district becomes a full-on party precinct. Food stalls popped up suddenly. Bands and street performers appeared from nowhere. Filmed on Waymouth Street, Adelaide, South Australia For more information about the Waymouth Street Party visit: http://splashadelaide.com.au/project/waymouth-street-party-3/ Film credits: Haylie Craig, Bayley Broome-Peak and Cameron Edson Talent: Melissa Pengilly & Matthew Pengilly Music composed by Keith Kenniff (http://www.unseen-music.com/)

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                    • A dream

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                      Brought to you by http://www.southaustralia.com South Australia through the eyes of local filmmaker, John de Jong. Feels like I'm in a dream. I have the entire city to myself. Everything's so beautiful - history, drama, nature and architecture. It's all here and it's calling me to explore it. So much to experiences. So much to discover. I hope I don't wake before my journey ends. Filmed in Adelaide's East End, South Australia Film credits: Directed & Produced by John de Jong Talent: Courtney Price Assistant Director: Claire Bishop Assistant Producer: Nikki Friedli Director of Photography: Tom Stewart Makeup & Wardrobe: Courtney Price & Bre Drew

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