We’ve hosted a range of amazing workshops over the last year. Check out the details about what workshops we’ve held and the types of things we might do again.


Payment for workshops and seminars is due upon enrolment. Full refunds will be issued if the event is cancelled by the MRC. A payment installment plan will be considered for people suffering financial hardship on the condition that full payment is finalised one week prior to the workshop commencement date.

All workshops will incur a 10% cancellation fee. A cancellation fee of 50% of the workshop cost will be incurred by the participant if less than two working-days notice is given of a cancelled booking. No refunds given for cancellations on date of workshop.

Telling Your Story On Film

Adelaide Director, Michael J Rowlands (lucky Miles, Dance Academy, My Place) will work with seven seniors to tell a story personal to them. Using primarily still, they will be turned into mini documentaries to screen before the features at the Mercury.

Seniors Comedy Workshops

A confidence and skills building class to prepare you to take the stage (optional) as a stand-up comedian. A not to be missed opportunity todevelop your comedic voice, led by Adelaide Comedian, Eddie Bannon (Father Ted).

Kids Filmmaking Workshop - January 2018

A fun-filled five day holiday workshop where you’ll learn to work as part of a team to create your very own short film to enter into national film competitions. You’ll be taught by professional filmmakers and using professional film equipment.

Digital Storytelling

We all have stories about the events, people, and places in our lives. Digital Stories are short, personal, multimedia tales, told from the heart and anyone can make them.

The materials that people work with range from family photographs to letters to home movies – whatever the participant feels is important to creating their story. Participants are led through the process step by step – previous computer knowledge is not necessary.