FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions…

What is Sit Down, Shutup and Watch?
Sit Down, Shutup and Watch (SDSW) is the first learning disability led film and new media festival in the Southern Hemisphere.

When is SDSW?
SDSW is held biannually. Stay tuned for 2018 Festival News via our Facebook page!

Who runs SDSW?
SDSW is run by the Festival Steering Committee. You can find out who we are here.

We are backed by Tutti Arts and the wonderful community in Adelaide and the surrounding regional districts along with all our sponsors.

How do I buy a ticket?
Tickets for our 2016 festival have closed. We will be releasing tickets for our third festival in 2018.

For any ticketing queries please contact Tutti Arts at info@tutti.org.au or on 08 8422 6511

Are Companion Cards accepted?

Yes. You can select the Companion Card booking option when purchasing your ticket. Please bring your card with you on the day.

I’m a filmmaker/artist, how do I get involved?
Film entries for SDSW 2016 have closed. But you can stay tuned and follow our Facebook  page for submission information for the next festival which will be held in 2018.

You can connect with other filmmakers with a learning disability from around Australia and the world via our dedicated Facebook Group.

How can I help support the festival?
As a business:
Please contact Suzanne Merrall if you would like to become a sponsor of the festival. We would love to hear from you!

E: suzanne.merrall@tutti.org.au
T: 08 8422 6511

As an individual:
Buy tickets and pass on the word to all your friends and family!

How accessible is the location?
The Angaston Town Hall is a disability access friendly venue including a ramp for patrons who use wheelchairs.

The venue has a pick up and drop off area near the entrance, as well as plenty of parking throughout Angaston within easy walking distance of the venue.

Mercury Cinemas is also disability access friendly.

Will there be food and drinks available?
Day screening sessions  are not catered for.  We recommend that you bring your own packed lunch and drinks or take advantage of the many cafes and restaurants nearby along the main street of Angaston. They are all within a short walk of Angaston Town Hall.

There will be a selection of light refreshments at the Red Carpet Awards Presentation.

What is there to do in Angaston?
Located in the Barossa Valley, Angaston is a historical town with plenty to see and do. If you are planning a longer stay or feel inclined to return then check out the two tourism information links below:
http://angaston.org.au/
http://www.barossa.com/

I need more information?
If you have a question that hasn’t been answered above please email or phone us via the contacts here.