Supporting ambitious avant-garde screen-based work

Launched in 2020, the annual Hanlon Larsen Screen Fellowship funds an experimental film project in partnership with Flinders University, The Mercury and Adelaide Film Festival. Established by Peter Hanlon in honour of his friend, collaborator and industry luminary, the late Cole Larsen.

The 2023 recipient Bryce Kraehenbuehl has created an extraordinary experimental short film, Red Earth, that will premiere as part of Made in SA.

Shot on a rare film stock, Aerochrome, Red Earth presents an imagined future where a rediscovered archive of photographs, sound and film captures the beauty of several extinct eco-systems within South Australia.

Previous Hanlon Larsen Fellowship recipients: 

Emma Hough Hobbs, On Film, (AFF2020), short, experimental.
Tim Carlier, Paco, (AFF2022, IFFR 2023), feature experimental narrative.