ABC TV will screen a new documentary by Griffith Film School Masters student Jaina Kalifa - a career milestone for the emerging filmmaker.
Griffith Film School alumnus Ryan Miller is collaborating with Griffith on a new 12-week internship for Masters students.
A powerful new documentary by Griffith film lecturer Dr Peter Hegedus has been nominated for a $10,000 prize at the Sydney Film Festival next week.
A trio of Griffith filmmakers are off to the prestigious Berlin International Film Festival with their graduate documentary, Wolfe. Wolfe is a short documentary from producer/director Claire Randall, who studied Film and Screen Media at Griffith Film School. The film was motivated by her own encounter with mental illness as a teenager. It uses interviews and animation to explore a young man’s journey through adolescence with undiagnosed schizophrenia, and his relationship with an imaginary friend, Mister Wolfe.
Griffith Film School students have taken out top honours in a series of high profile awards. Head of Griffith Film School Professor Herman van Eyken said the success of students and alumni reflected the high calibre of work taking place at GFS.
A documentary on two elderly sisters sharing the delicate art of making traditional Hungarian strudel and a deeply personal family story about their mother, has been named as a top pick by the director of the St Kilda Film Festival. Paul Harris said the short film was one of his two top picks for the […]
The residents of Beaudesert have shared their most intimate stories – tales of love, sadness, family and belonging – on screen with award-winning filmmaker and Griffith Film School lecturer and alumnus Dr Peter Hegedus. The collaboration forms part of the Big Stories Small Towns initiative, an evolving multi-platform documentary project with the aim of connecting […]