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Alice Springs Film and Television

Alice Springs Film and Television are the Australian Outback video production and location specialists.

Please see below some pages of various video productions. For our stills portfolio you can visit:

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  1. Yipirinya School Cottages- Jessica Mauboy

  2. Beyond Australia's cities 1

    First in a series of 10 Alice Springs Film and Television will produce to give potential international visitors a wider view of Australia, beyond our major cities. Keep in mind though, that if you spent your entire life traveling Australia, it would still be just a glimpse.

    Second in the series (in 4K) is here:

    ©2014 Chris Tangey

  3. TVC- National golf clinic

    Here is an example of our TV commercial work. We recently shot this on a Sony PMW 350K with a pipe dolly and a light cambo artes jib for a client in Sydney for national television.

    To view in full HD use the "expand" button lower RH frame.

  4. Chuck and Teds' outback adventure

    Two kids, one grown-up and two uninvited puppets go on an adventure through the Northern territory.
    What could possibly go wrong?

  5. Central Land Council- Community Development Unit

    Central Land Council- Community Development Unit's job is to help traditional owners achieve their goals.

  6. Beersheba-Ted Egan

    On October 31 1917, 400 years to the day Islamic forces had taken over the Jewish settlement of Beersheba, the 4th and 12th Australian Light Horse regiments took back the town, with just bayonets in hand, in the last great cavalry charge in history. The Turkish and German armies were taken by surprise as, even in 1917, a cavalry charge was considered old-school and primitive. The Turkish artillery in particular found it impossible to adjust the sights on their heavy equipment quickly enough to fire at the Australians advancing 5 times faster than the tanks they had become used to. Later that day the captured German Commander was to say of the Australians: "They are not soldiers at all; they are madmen". The taking back of Jerusalem 6 weeks later would have been impossible if the crucial water supplies of Beersheba weren't captured first. And so it was that the youngest nation on Earth (then just 16 years extant) opened the way for the eventual restoration of the world's oldest nation, Israel.

    Thanks to Glenn Jones and the Australian Outback Spectacular, Gold Coast Australia for their generous assistance in the making of this film. Black and white footage from the classic 1940 Australian film "40,000 horsemen" used with permission-Director Charles Chauvel