Griffith Film School has launched a short film that will screen at the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital throughout the festive season. LiveLab Creative Director Richard Fabb said the inspiration for the project was the annual short films produced by global retail giants like John Lewis and H&M.
A student film produced by Griffith Film School's LiveLab has won an award at the Cannes Corporate Media and TV Awards. LiveLab, the commercial production arm of Griffith Film School, was recognised for Ky's Story - Living with Autism an acclaimed film about autism featuring Australian screen icon Hugo Weaving.
Griffith Film School grads are taking the plunge into the brave new world of online content. It’s not all cat videos and viral home movies – the web is now a legitimate platform for young filmmakers who are attracting large audiences and scooping up awards. Fresh, funny and irreverent Griffith Film School graduate Connor McDuff is […]
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. […]
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.
Creator Originals Awards generates potential global audience.