Queensland Conservatorium graduate Dami Im brought the X Factor to Griffith's annual alumni awards, collaborating with students and faculty on a show-stopping musical medley.
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.
Griffith Film School students have reunited with Aussie actor Hugo Weaving for a series of short films on autism.
Actor and comedian Matt Okine is lending his star power to a music video produced by Griffith Film School students.
Film students had the opportunity to work behind the scenes on a series of exclusive shoots for Griffith's federal election coverage.
Griffith Film School graduate Samuel Keene is generating serious industry buzz with his latest project – a black comedy shortlisted for development by local streaming platform Stan. Samuel’s script for Love Is Dead has been shortlisted to take part in the Screen Queensland + Stan Premium Drama Development Workshops, an initiative announced at last year’s Logies […]
Griffith Film School has landed two major wins at the prestigious Australian Teachers of Media Awards. The ATOM Awards, established in 1982, recognise the best Australian and New Zealand screen content from film schools and screen industry professionals. Two Weeks, helmed by Masters of Screen Production alumni Mary Duong and fellow GFS graduate Rhiannon Steffensen, took out Best […]