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6 October 2020

Graduate’s rise from no TV to senior Netflix role

A Griffith grad working for one of the most well known media brands in the world shows that humble beginnings don’t necessarily dictate your career trajectory.

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14 May 2018

Griffith film grad directs Australia’s first Netflix original feature

Griffith Film School alumnus Yolanda Ramkehas written and co-directed Australia's first Netflix original feature film, Cargo. The post-apocalyptic zombie movie stars Martin Freeman and Susie Porter, and recently made its international debut at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. Netflix bought the global rights to the film - a multi-million deal that ensures the film will be seen by millions of movie fans around the world and puts the young filmmaker on the map.

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22 March 2024

Nothing ever lasts

Celebrated author Benjamin Law has worked in the media industry for over a decade. He hates thinking of himself as a 'diversity hire'. ‘I belong in this room,’ I told myself. I’m not a token – despite being called that so many times in my career that I’ve lost count. I’ve earned my place.

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11 July 2023

Not Quite Narwhal… Every Bit Perfect

Netflix has an adorable new main character thanks to Griffith University alumnus Nakia Trower Shuman, and he’s fast becoming a hit with preschoolers!

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14 October 2021
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23 September 2021
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3 June 2021
After the Pandemic

In Conversation with Professor Nigel McMillan, Dr Rebecca Huntley and Mik Auckland

After the Pandemic: Imagining the Future Our response to coronavirus will shape Australia for decades to come. It has been...

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1 June 2021
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14 October 2020

Griffith graduate kickstarts local film industry

Griffith Film School graduate Steve Jaggi has a raft of projects underway in Queensland - including a new 12-part series bought by Netflix for release worldwide.

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11 August 2020

Students create must-see kids TV with industry mentors

The Kidscreen Next Wave Mentoring Program is connecting film students with mentors from the world's biggest production houses, studios and streaming services, including Nickelodean, Netflix and Apple.

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