Two cutting-edge productions from Griffith Film School‘s LiveLab studio have been honoured at the New York Festivals Best of TV & Film Awards in Las Vegas this week. The awards recognise content in all lengths and forms from over 50 countries. Dedicated to both the television and film industries, they mirror global trends and encourage the next generation […]
ABC iView is screening Griffith Film School’s graduate projects as part of a new showcase of Australia’s best original short films. Grad Season 2017 is curated by ABC Arts on iView, introducing Griffith’s talented young filmmakers to a wider audience. Selected works from the collection will also be chosen for a broadcast premiere on ABC2. […]
They say never work with children or animals – advice Griffith Film School students disregarded when they shot a cinema advertising campaign for the RSPCA. The assignment was part of a second year subject called Industry Engagement, which pairs up young filmmakers with local charities. A group of six students was chosen to work on a cinema advertising campaign to promote the RSPCA’s ‘Adopt for life’ message.
The Griffith Film School have hosted a cast of Brisbane’s most successful animators broadcasting on YouTube, as well as key executives of the world’s largest online video platform in a symposium on developing successful digital enterprises. Supported by the Queensland Government, QUT, Screen Queensland and Creative Enterprise Australia, the Animation on YouTube day was attended […]
Griffith Film School students have launched a short film featuring renowned Aussie actor Hugo Weaving. Ky’s Story follows Hugo’s 16-year-old nephew, Ky Greenwood, who has autism spectrum disorder.
Griffith Film School students have completed production of a four-part series on the 2016 Federal Election giving them important skills for when they transition into the professional world.
A new program announced today to boost Queensland’s rising digital workforce will see Griffith University working alongside local creators to produce global YouTube content. Launched by Deputy Premier and Minister for Trade Jackie Trad, the $900,000 Queensland Creative Entrepreneurship Program will see YouTube teaming up with Queensland Government, Griffith University’s LiveLab and QUT to offer […]