Griffith Film School to host Australian premiere of Singapore Unbound

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Griffith Film School (GFS) will host the Australian premiere of Brisbane Festival’s Singapore Unbound from Tuesday 22 September to Saturday 26 September as part of a series of works celebrating Singapore’s 50th year of independence. The showcase has been curated by founding Festival Director of the Singapore International Film Festival, Philip Cheah, who throughout his career has been […]

“Experimental Thinking / Design Practices” Exhibition Opening at Griffith University Art Gallery

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A new exhibition applying innovative approaches and creative thinking to the pressing social and environmental issues of our time is opening this week at the Griffith University Art Gallery. Some of the artworks navigating this complex area include a poetry generating robot, a strategy game using Australian census data and a machine that plants seeds […]

Crowd Funding Campaign Aims to Preserve LGBTIQ History

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Documentary photographer and Griffith University lecturer Heather Faulkner is working to preserve the history of lesbians in the seventies and eighties, but needs public support to get the project off the ground. Dr Faulkner’s book, North of the Border: Stories from a Matter of Time Project, has captured the personal journeys of eight Queensland lesbians […]

Navigating Norman Creek at the Museum of Brisbane

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The history of Queensland’s most urbanised waterway is being explored in the Museum of Brisbane’s first film only exhibition, Navigating Norman Creek. Griffith Film School’s Trish FitzSimons produced and directed the five documentary films and one visual poem in the exhibition, which explore the environmental and social history of East Brisbane’s Norman Creek. Once an […]