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How To Shoot A Fight Scene - w RackaRacka Pt1
 
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Aussie filmmakers Racka Racka explain how to shoot stunts for a fight scene. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the How To series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos that provide creators real world skills to make better films and videos. Thanks to Danny and Michael Phillipou from Racka Racka: https://www.youtube.com/user/Therackaracka Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
How to Use Practical Effects For Action Scenes - w RackaRacka Pt2
 
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Aussie YouTuber brothers Racka Racka explain how to use practical effects to make convincing action scenes. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the How To series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos that provide creators real world skills to make better films and videos. For more How Tos, watch our playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGJBWtsi3Tia2jgECbREZa6tcJEPaj1Rk Thanks to Danny and Michael Phillipou from Racka Racka: https://www.youtube.com/user/Therackaracka Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
How to Film Action With No Budget - w Racka Racka Pt3
 
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Danny and Michael Philippou from Racka Racka explain how to shoot an action video on a shoestring. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the How To series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos that provide creators real world skills to make better films and videos. For more Masterclasses, watch our playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MG6_LD-qGjA&list=PLGJBWtsi3TiZ7yhvUq1ovuqbXQ9r8-nwO Thanks to Danny and Michael Phillipou from Racka Racka: https://www.youtube.com/user/Therackaracka Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
3 Top Tips for Going From Film School to Feature Films w/ Gregory Erdstein and Alice Foulcher
 
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This collaborative couple share their top tips for making a successful transition from film school and entering the industry with fully fledged feature film under your belt. Subscribe for more from AFTRS ↳ http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals to help creators advice make better films and videos. Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Working with Jane
 
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Showcasing AFTRS graduates and what some of them are up to lately... Back in 2001 Paola Morabito (Directing, 2007) was invited to work as Jane Campion's assistant on the feature film In the Cut, shot in New York City. This invaluable experience and opportunity set Paola on the path for a career as a film director and in 2007 she graduated from AFTRS specialising in Directing where she completed two shorts; My Sister & I and Bread. Paola continues her mentorship with Jane Campion (also a Directing graduate of AFTRS) and recently worked in London on Bright Star as the 2nd Unit Director on the feature. Paola also directed and produced the 'making of' documentary, Working with Jane (shown above) during the production of Bright Star. Working With Jane portrays Jane Campion and her particular qualities as a film director while at the same time documenting some of the processes used in Bright Star. Interviews with Campion, Ben Whishaw, Abbie Cornish and composer Mark Bradshaw are combined with beautiful imagery from the auditions, rehearsal and shooting processes. Paola recently attended the script development programme at the Binger Filmlab in Amsterdam and is currently in development on her own first feature Explosions Like Stars.
AFTRS Master of Arts Screen
 
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The Master of Arts Screen is a hands-on transformative learning experience. The two year, full-time degree is designed to enable the future creative leaders of the industry and fast-track screen professionals into head-of-department positions. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Applications for the 2018 Master of Arts Screen and Master of Arts Screen: Business & Leadership programs are now open, and close 16 October 2017. Apply now ⇨ https://goo.gl/v6utht Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs Offered in 10 disciplines are offered in 2018: Animation, Cinematography, Directing, Documentary, Editing, Music, Producing, Production Design, Screenwriting and Sound. Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): www.aftrs.edu.au/degrees/postgraduate-courses
Student Film – A Boy Called Su by Vedrana Musić
 
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Su is in kindergarten and doesn’t speak English. He spends lunchtimes playing alone with his favourite ball. When he loses it to a bully, Su must communicate in any way he knows how to get it back. Only when he stands up for himself can he make friends and leave the ball behind. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the STAFF PICKS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short films made by students while studying at the School. -- Director: Vedrana Musić Writer: Nicole Reddy Producer: Rachel Argall Cinematographer: Raj Muneshwar Sound designer: Callum Hedemann Editor: Simon Greenfield Production designer: Bec Sheedy Music score: James Collins Production company: Australian Film Television and Radio School Cast: Su – Jayden Lai James – Sebastian McKenzie Linda – Everlyn Allebi Mrs. Brown – Helen Stuart -- Awards and recognitions: Selected as kids’ program on Virgin in-flight entertainment, presented by Flickerfest Winner Special Jury Award for Fiction in International Gold Panda Awards for Students, Sichuan TV Festival, 2015 Best Coming of Age – Hollyshorts Film Festival 2017 -- Festival screenings: Encounters, UK – Official Selection 2015 Uppsala, Sweden 2015 – Swedish Premiere Gold Panda Awards, Sichuan TV Festival 2015 Flickerfest 2016 Little Big Shots – International Film Festival for Kids, Melbourne 2016 Newport Beach Film Festival 2016 – Official Selection Andorra Kids' Film Festival Byron Bay International Film Festival, Australia Gunajuato International Film Festival, Mexico St.Kilda Film Festival 2016 Poitiers Film Festival, France 2016 Breath of Fresh Air Festival, Tasmania 2016 Down Under Film Festival, Berlin 2016 Dungog Film Festival 2016 HollyShorts, 2017 Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Using Dolby Atmos on Hacksaw Ridge – Masterclass Pt 1
 
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Academy Award-winners Robert Mackenzie, Andy Wright and Tara Webb reveal the sound techniques they used to enhance Mel Gibson's HACKSAW RIDGE and earn the Oscar for Best Sound Mixing. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the MASTERCLASS series, AFTRS presents video lessons from leading filmmakers and creators to provide real world insight into the essentials of every aspect of filmmaking. Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
How To Earn More Money As A Filmmaker
 
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Den Lennie gives his inside scoop on how to find your niche. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe Den Lennie is a Video Producer, Author and strategic business coach based in Sydney, Australia. -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the How To series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos that provide creators real world skills to make better films and videos.
Storytellers Wanted
 
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There are dozens of Australian stories waiting to be told. AFTRS is dedicated to seeking out talented storytellers and giving them access to the skills and resources they need to impact the world with their work. This film – made in partnership with 72andSunny – shows each character at a crossroads to inspire viewers to complete the story. Directed by AFTRS alumna Vedrana Music under the mentorship of fellow alumna and esteemed Australian director Gillian Armstrong, this film acts as an interactive application to the School. Applicants will be asked to tell the untold stories from the film and one winner will be awarded a merit-based Storytelling Scholarship in 2019, covering the course fees of either the Masters of Arts Screen or Bachelor of Arts Screen: Production. Find out more about our Storytelling Scholarship: ↳ https://goo.gl/SspP2n Applications for the Bachelor of Arts Screen: Production close 12 Nov 2018: ↳ https://goo.gl/fSUiNx Subscribe for more from AFTRS: ↳ http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Executive Creative Director – Johnny Tan Art director – Ellie Jones Writer – Avani Maan Brand Director – Kate Oliver Senior Producer – Whitney Hawthorn Line Producer – Megan Ayres Director – Vedrana Music DOP – Ashley Barron Composer – Helen Grimley Soundmix – Otis Studios Editor – James Ashbolt, ARC Edit -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs Find out more about the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS): ↳ https://www.aftrs.edu.au Find out more about 72andSunny: ↳ https://www.72andsunny.com
David Wenham's Top Tips for Actors Transitioning to Directing
 
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Beloved Australian actor David Wenham has moved behind the camera to direct his first feature film, 'Ellipsis’. Here he shares his top tips for actors transitioning to directing. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals to help creators advice make better films and videos. David Wenham is an acclaimed Australian actor/writer/director known for his roles in Gettin' Square, The Boys, Lord of the Rings, 300, SeaChange and Lion: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0920992 Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
DAVID LYNCH Q&A – Part 2 of 3
 
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The legendary David Lynch talked with AFTRS Bachelor of Arts Screen: Production students about his filmmaking process, Twin Peaks, meditation and making it in the film and TV biz. Subscribe to see part III ⇨ http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs David Lynch is an American filmmaker, television director, visual artist, musician and occasional actor. He is best known for Twin Peaks, Mulholland Drive, Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, Eraserhead and Lost Highway. Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Rowan Woods' 3 Top Tips for Emerging Directors
 
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Award-winning film and television director Rowan Woods' (The Boys, Little Fish, Rake, The Kettering Incident) continued success can be attributed to his agility and a complete command of his craft. Find out the top three pieces of advice the AFTRS Head of Directing gives to emerging directors. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs ROWAN WOODS directed THE BOYS working with his AFTRS colleague writer/producer/director Robert Connolly. THE BOYS starred Toni Collette and David Wenham and was nominated for 9 AFI Awards, winning Best Director and was selected for competition at the Berlin Film Festival. His acclaimed second feature LITTLE FISH with Academy Award-winner Cate Blanchett and Hugo Weaving was nominated for 13 AFI Awards, 11 FCCA Awards, 8 IF Awards, including Best Film and Best Director. Rowan Woods’ US feature FRAGMENTS starred Kate Beckinsale, Dakota Fanning, Guy Pearce, and Academy Award-winner Forest Whitaker. Rowan Woods directs and sets up major TV drama series. The AACTA and LOGIE winning THE KETTERING INCIDENT was selected in competition for prestigious Series Mania Festival in Paris, winning the International Special Jury Prize. Rowan was also awarded Australian Directors Guild Award for Best Direction in a Telemovie for THE BROKEN SHORE and has directed 4 series of multi-award winning TV series RAKE with AFTRS colleague, writer/producer/director, Peter Duncan. Rowan Woods’ reputation as drama director is complemented by directing international sci-fi/fantasy TV series lauded for amazing action and VFX. They include FARSCAPE, SPARTACUS, HUNTERS and International Emmy Award-winning NOWHERE BOYS with AFTRS graduate, Executive Producer, Tony Ayers. www.aftrs.edu.au/staff/degree-program/rowan-woods In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals to help creators advice make better films and videos. Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
AFTRS Bachelor of Arts Screen: Production
 
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Screen stories are changing the world. From YouTube, to Netflix to global cinema releases, they are shaping the way we think, feel and engage. Never before has there been such demand and opportunity for screen content and the BA Screen: Production aims to give you the knowledge and skills to seize that opportunity to create stories that are powerful, unique and Australian. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs -- APPLICATIONS FOR THE BACHELOR OF ARTS SCREEN: PRODUCTION ARE NOW OPEN: https://goo.gl/Zg9FHQ Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Roland Gallois' Top 3 Tips for Emerging Editors
 
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Accomplished film and documentary editor, and AFTRS Head of Editing, Roland Gallois (Samson and Delilah, The Hunter, Slow West) draws on his 20+ years of industry experience to set editors at the start of their careers on the right path. Subscribe for more from AFTRS ↳ http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs ↳ Instagram: https://instagram.com/aftrs ↳ LinkedIn: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals to help creators advice make better films and videos. Find out more about Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Warwick Young's Top Tips for Communicating Well As a Director
 
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Filmmaker Warwick Young knows that the key to a successful film is clear communication – here are his top tips for achieving just that. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals to help creators advice make better films and videos. ** ENROL IN THREE WEEK FILM SCHOOL ** Are you looking to fast track your filmmaking skills and get an opportunity to use professional equipment and studios? Are you looking to collaborate with other emerging filmmakers and add to your portfolio? AFTRS Open’s Three Week Film School is your chance to immerse yourself in all areas of film studies and filmmaking. ↳ https://goo.gl/KSz6L7 WARWICK YOUNG is an Australian actor and filmmaker, Master of Screen Arts - Directing degree at the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) in 2013, during which he wrote and directed the short film Stuffed, for which he was awarded the 2013 European Union Film Award and for which Warwick was nominated for a 2014 Australian Directors Guild Award. Find out more about Warwick here: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0002642 Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Marketing Your Movie – Masterclass with Guerilla Films (Wyrmwood) Pt1
 
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The brothers behind cult Aussie zombie film Wyrmwood with some essential marketing tips for any filmmaker. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the Masterclass series, AFTRS presents video lessons from leading filmmakers and creators to provide real world insight into the essentials of filmmaking and building your career. Thanks to Guerilla Films: http://www.roache-turner.com/ Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Hope Hall's Top Tips for Mindfully Navigating the Creative Process
 
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Documentary filmmaker, cinematographer and President Obama's principal videographer, Hope Hall, shares her three top tips for mindfully navigating the creative process. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs ***** In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals to help creators advice make better films and videos.****** HOPE HALL is a documentary filmmaker, cinematographer, and photographer. Her short films have been selected for over 40 film festivals worldwide and have received numerous awards, including at Sundance. She has a BA from UC Berkeley and an MA from Stanford, and is a proud graduate of the Independent Studio Program at the Whitney Museum. From May 2011 onward, she was the President Obama's Principal Videographer at the White House in the Office of Digital Strategy, with both the position and the office being a creation of this President. Read more about Hope Hall at https://www.hopehall.com Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Girls Own Story (Short Film)
 
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Set in the Beatlemania of the 1960s, this is a stylised account of girlhood -- where perversion is innocent, family is strange and adulthood lonely. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs Delving into the cans and archives of close to 40 years of productions made at AFTRS this clip is a taste of the student film made by Jane Campion ( Directing 1984) when she studied at AFTRS...
How to know how much money to charge as a filmmaker
 
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Den Lennie gives his inside scoop on how to find your niche. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe Den Lennie is a Video Producer, Author and strategic business coach based in Sydney, Australia. -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the How To series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos that provide creators real world skills to make better films and videos.
Lisa Sweeney's 3 Top Interviewing Tips
 
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AFTRS Radio Program Leader Lisa Sweeney draws on her decades-long career as a journalist, presenter, station manager and people leader to offer 3 fail-safe ways to make you a first-rate interviewer. -- Subscribe for more from AFTRS ↳ http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals to help creators advice make better films and videos. Find out more about the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) ↳ https://www.aftrs.edu.au Find out more about the AFTRS Graduate Diploma in Radio, which boasts a 98% employment rate for its graduates Part-time ↳ www.aftrs.edu.au/award-course/graduate-diploma-in-radio-part-time // Full-time ↳ www.aftrs.edu.au/award-course/graduate-diploma-in-radio-full-time
Understanding Audience Emotions – Biometric Sensors Gear Hack
 
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Biometric audience testing experts from Danish company iMotions measure emotional responses to visual stimulus – see the exciting applications of this technology for the screen production sector. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the Gear Hack series, AFTRS presents the latest in filmmaking technology; how to use it and how this new tech will impact the way we tell stories. Thanks to iMotions for their time and assistance. Learn more about iMotions and the work they're doing across countless sectors: https://imotions.com AFTRS is partnering with a research team from Danish Broadcaster DR to bring biometric audience engagement technology and methods to the Australian screen production sector. NBC, Netflix and AMC/Sundance currently use this approach and it has had a direct effect on the global success of television series such as The Bridge, The Killing and Borgen. The technology tracks audience engagement in real time by capturing physical/emotional responses to screen content using GSR (Galvanic Skin Response), Eye-Tracking, Facial Emotion Coding and EEG. The testing allows researchers to see patterns in audience responses and to provide advice to commissioning editors, producers and directors on specific questions about the narrative. In mid-2017, AFTRS plans to collaborate with the Audience Research team at DR and local industry partners to test the process on a real world drama production at fine cut stage. These research findings will be embedded in teaching and training at AFTRS and shared with industry for the development of new business models and improved screen production outcomes. Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
The Waiting City (Trailer)
 
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Showcasing AFTRS graduates and what some of them are up to lately... Claire McCarthy (Directing, 2001), Denson Baker (Cinematography, 2001 ), Michael Yezerski (Screen Composition, 2001 ), Pete Baxter (Production Design, 1996) & Justine Seymour (Costume Design, 2001) all met via AFTRS and recently collaborated on The waiting City. Sydney based writer, director, producer and visual artist, Claire McCarthy has written, directed and produced a number of documentaries, short films and music videos in Australia, India, Germany and Mexico and her films have screened at many international festivals including Montreal, New York, Palm Springs, Flickerfest, St Kilda and London. Her first feature film Cross Life premiered at the Sydney Film Festival (2007), screened in competition at the Pusan International Film Festival in Korea 2007 and was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award at the 2007 IF Awards. Her Young Filmmakers Fund (NSW Film TV Office) documentary film Sisters In Calcutta was broadcast on ABC television in February 2008. Claire's most recent feature film, THE WAITING CITY, shot entirely on location in Kolkata, India and starring Radha Mitchell, Joel Edgerton and Isabel Lucas, will be released in early 2010.
DAVID LYNCH Q&A – Part 3 of 3
 
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The legendary David Lynch talked with AFTRS Bachelor of Arts Screen: Production students about his filmmaking process, Twin Peaks, pitching, meditation and creativity. Subscribe to see part III ⇨ http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs David Lynch is an American filmmaker, television director, visual artist, musician and occasional actor. He is best known for Twin Peaks, Mulholland Drive, Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, Eraserhead and Lost Highway. Find out more about the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
DAVID LYNCH Q&A – Part 1 of 3
 
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The legendary David Lynch talked with AFTRS Bachelor of Arts Screen students about his filmmaking process, Twin Peaks, transcendental meditation and making it in the film and TV biz. Subscribe to see parts II and III ⇨ http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs David Lynch is an American filmmaker, television director, visual artist, musician and occasional actor. He is best known for Twin Peaks, Mulholland Drive, Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, Eraserhead and Lost Highway. Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Plastic by Sandy Widyanata
 
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Multi-award winning short film Plastic (2008) is the student film of AFTRS alumna Sandy Widyanata, starring Romy Bartz and Don Hany. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the STAFF PICKS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short films made by students while studying at the School. Synopsis: Whilst Anna is preparing for her first date with Henry, a man she has secretly loved for years, everything goes wrong until she discovers the impossible―to sculpt her appearance like clay to any shape she desires. Director: Sandy Widyanata Writer: Sandy Widyanata Producer: Courtney Wise Cinematographer: Greg de Marigny VFX Artists: Sandy Widyanata, Eric So, Chris Jackson Sound Designer: Cameron Grant Sound Recordist: Rainier Davenport Sound Mixer: Tim Chapronière Production Designer: Xanthe Highfield Costume Designer: Xanthe Highfield SFX Make-up: Rosanna Lee Davies Editors: Ann Foo, Vladimir Jovicic Music Score: Maja Petrovna Hilcisin Production Company: Australian Film Television and Radio School Awards and Recognitions: Winner – Best Short Sharp Shot, In The Bin Short Film Festival, Currumbin, Australia, 2008 Finalist – Best Tertiary Short Fiction, ATOM Awards, Melbourne, Australia, 2008 Winner – Silver Award, Fictional Shorts Category (Greg de Marigny), ACS (Vic/Tas) Awards, Australia, 2008 Winner – Outstanding Effects in a Student Project, VES (Visual Effects Society) Awards, Los Angeles, USA, 2009 Winner (joint) – Jury Prize, International Videoart Festival Bochum, Germany, 2009 Winner – Most Innovative (Feature), International “Gold Panda” Awards, Sichuan TV Festival, Chengdu, China, 2009 Nominated – AFI Visual Effects Award, AFI Awards, Australia, 2009 Winner – Best Student Film, Australian Effects & Animation Film Festival, Sydney, Australia, 2010 Festival Screening: Palm Springs International Short Film Festival, USA, 2008 Hatchfest, Bozeman, USA, 2008 Cinema des Antipodes: St Tropez Film Festival, France, 2008 In The Bin Short Film Festival, Currumbin, Australia 2008 Rencontres Henri Langlois: International Film Schools Festival, Poitiers, France, 2008 Flickerfest International Short Film Festival, Sydney, Australia, 2009 Omaha Film Festival, USA, 2009 Cleveland International Film Festival, USA, 2009 International Videoart Festival, Bochum, Germany, 2009 Lunafest, Berkeley, USA, 2009 LA International Short Film Festival, Los Angeles, USA, 2009 Manhattan Short Film Festival, USA & global tour, 2009 Heartland Film Festival, Indianapolis, USA, 2009 Rocky Mountains Women Film Festival, USA, 2009 flEXiff, Sydney, Australia, 2009 WOW: World of Women Film Festival, Sydney, Australia, 2009 Anchorage International Film Festival, USA, 2009 Sichuan TV Festival, Chengdu, China, 2009 AFI Awards, Australia, 2009 Short Soup International Short Film Festival, Sydney, Australia, 2010 New York International Children’s Film Festival, USA, 2010 Schools Program, Byron Bay International Film Festival, Australia, 2010 Film Brothers Festivals of Shorts, Wilmington/Newark, USA, 2010 Lunafest Program, Worldwide Short Film Festival, Toronto, Canada, 2010 Marblehead Festival of Arts, USA, 2010 ‘Best of‘ selection, Festival Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria, 2010 Australian Effects & Animation Film Festival, Sydney, Australia, 2010 Temecula Valley International Film & Music Festival, USA, 2010 Film Festival for Women’s Rights, Seoul, South Korea, 2010 Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
3 Top Tips for Building Immersive Installations w/ Jack + Andre
 
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AFTRS Bachelor of Screen Arts students Jack Atherton and Andre Shannon challenge you to be daring when it comes designing and building installations. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals, AFTRS alumni and current students to help creators advice make better films and videos. Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Shooting on a Tiny Budget - Masterclass w Guerilla Films (Wyrmwood) Pt2
 
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The brothers behind cult Aussie zombie film Wyrmwood with some low budget production tips for shooting your feature film. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the Masterclass series, AFTRS presents video lessons from leading filmmakers and creators to provide real world insight into the essentials of filmmaking and building your career. Previous episode with Guerilla Films: Hitting Your Target! - Marketing Masterclass https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MG6_LD-qGjA https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGJBWtsi3TiY2ZWSVItuOu1_EADk0h1a9 Thanks to Guerilla Films: http://www.roache-turner.com/ Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Horrie by Lucas Li
 
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AFTRS alumnus Lucas Li's award-winning student film, Horrie (2008), is the amazing true story of Australia’s most beloved war dog and his lifelong companion, Private Jim Moody. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs ↳ Instagram: https://instagram.com/aftrs In the STAFF PICKS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short films made by students while studying at the School. Synopsis: “Greece, April 1941 and the Nazis are pushing hard but we’re still holding firm. Say hello to the 2nd/1st Machine Gun Battalion and their secret weapon – Horrie, the hero dog of the Mediterranean!” From stray pup to war hero to quarantine hazard, Horrie is the amazing true story of Australia’s most beloved war dog and his lifelong companion, Private Jim Moody. Director: Lucas Li Writer: Lucas Li Based on an interview with: Peter Haran Producer: Ashlea Dicks Cinematographer: Cara Bowerman Sound designer: Angus Macpherson Editor: Angus Macpherson Production designer: Teresa Meoli Music score: Ben Romalis Production company: Australian Film Television and Radio School Cast – Jim Moody: Tom Oakley Horrie: Spot Dogra Awards and Festival Screenings – CILECT–CAPA Prize for Best Documentary, Los Angeles conference 2014 Flickerfest International Short Film Festival, Sydney, Australia, 2014 Heartland Film Festival, 2014 Shorts Film Festival, Adelaide, 2014 FFTVIKJ International Student Festival, Jakarta, 2014 Dungog Film Festival, 2015 Down Under Berlin, Germany, 2015 Byron Bay Film Festival, 2015 Canberra Short Film Festival, 2015 Real Film Festival, Newcastle, 2015 Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
3 Top Tips on Creating Compelling VR Content w/ Nathan Anderson
 
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Start VR COO and Co-Founder and AFTRS alum Nathan Anderson demystifies what can be an intimidating medium and shows you how to use this revolutionary technology to enhance your story. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals to help creators advice make better films and videos. START VR is a Virtual Reality content and production studio, dedicated to the creation of beautiful and immersive Virtual Reality experiences. Start VR offers bespoke solutions for the creation of branded entertainment, education and training, gaming and immersive storytelling for virtual reality devices. Find out more: https://startvr.co Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Cherith (Short Film)
 
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Not being able to speak in tongues can be embarrassing at the best of times. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs But if you are the only member of the congregation who cannot, and your father is the preacher -- well, it's even more distressing. Delving into the cans and archives of close to 40 years of productions made at AFTRS this clip is a taste of the student film made by Shirley Barrett ( Directing 1988) when she studied at AFTRS...
Solving Problems on Film Sets – Top Tips with Kirk Jones
 
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Accomplished writer/director Kirk Jones shares his three top tips for new filmmakers and anyone already working in the film industry. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals to help creators advice make better films and videos. Kirk Jones is an English director and writer, known for Everybody's Fine (2009), Waking Ned Devine (1998) and Nanny McPhee (2005): http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0428600/ Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
AFTRS Staff Pick: Kharisma by Shannon Murphy
 
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This month's staff pick is the multi-award winning short film 'Kharisma', directed by AFTRS alumna, Shannon Murphy (Graduate Diploma in Directing, 2013). Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftr ‘Kharisma’ is a darkly funny story of a young girl desperate for the limelight and the magical discovery she makes that could secure her fame and fortune should she choose to use it. Festival Screenings: Palm Springs Intl Shortfest, 2014 Kuki Int. Film Festival, Berlin, 2014 Flickers Rhode Island, 2014 Flickerfest, Sydney, 2015 Byron Bay International Film Festival, Australia, 2015 TIFF Kids International Film Festival, Toronto, 2015 Citizen Jane Festival Columbia MO USA, 2015 Boston International Kids Film Festival 2015 – Official Selection Breath of Fresh Air (BOFA) Film Festival, Tasmania, 2015 Director: Shannon Murphy Writers: Kim McCreanor, Shannon Murphy Producer: Sabrina Organo Cinematographer: Kent Marcus Sound designer: Blake Guy Editor: Florence Mathilde Holmes Production designer: Emma McEwen Music score: Tiernan Cross, Joel Geist Production company: Australian Film Television and Radio School Cast Kharisma: Morgana Davies Mary: Laura Bunting Kam: David Whitney Karen: Caroline Brazier Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Subscribe to the AFTRS YouTube Showcase
 
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Grant Maling's Tips for Crushing Your Community Radio Show
 
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AFTRS Graduate Diploma in Radio student Grant Maling is the host of the Brekky Show on Koori Radio 93.7FM, Sydney's only First Nations radio station. Here are his three top tips for people getting started in community radio. -- Subscribe for more from AFTRS ↳ http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals to help creators advice make better films and videos. Find out more about the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) ↳ https://www.aftrs.edu.au Follow Grant on Instagram ↳ https://www.instagram.com/grantbrahh
Lou (Trailer)
 
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Showcasing AFTRS graduates and what some of them are up to lately .... Belinda Chayko (Scriptwriting, 1990) , Tony Ayres (Scriptwriting, 1990), Hugh Miller (Cinematography, 2003), Peter Baxter (Design, 1996) Liam Egan (Sound, 1987), Murray Lui (Cinematography, 2000), Ceinwen Berry (Editing, 2007) almost an entire crew drawn from AFTRS alumni worked together on the recent feature Lou. Lou which stars John Hurt, Lily Bell-Tindley, Charlie-Rose MacLennan, Eloise MacLennan and Emily Barclay is another example of AFTRS graduates continuing to work together post 'film school' boasting a crew list that includes several fellow AFTRS graduates working alongside Belinda including; Tony Ayres (Scriptwriting, 1990) as producer, Hugh Miller (Cinematography, 2003) was the DOP, Peter Baxter (Design, 1996) worked as the production designer, Liam Egan (Sound, 1987) looked after sound editing, Murray Lui (Cinematography, 2000) camera operator and Ceinwen Berry (Editing, 2007) was assistant editor. With some fantastic reviews already on record we wish Lou lots of luck at the box office. Belinda Chayko's earlier feature, City Loop, premiered in the Discovery Section of the Toronto International Film Festival in 2000 going on to screen at a number of other festivals. She's also made a number of award-winning short films and written the AWGIE award-winning telemovie Saved (directed by Tony Ayres). Belinda Chayko & Tony Ayres have been great friends and collaborators since meeting at AFTRS in 1990.
Understanding Your Audience Online - Masterclass w SketchShe Pt3
 
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Sketchshe, Australia YouTube icons, explain the importance of understanding your audience. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe "-- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the Masterclass series, AFTRS presents video lessons from leading filmmakers and creators to provide real world insight into the essentials of filmmaking and building your career. For more Masterclasses, watch our playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ztI2SeXmVZk&list=PLGJBWtsi3TiZ7yhvUq1ovuqbXQ9r8-nwO&index=4 Thanks to Sketchshe: http://www.sketchshe.com/ Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Social is Key - Masterclass w SketchShe Pt 1
 
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Aussie social media darlings SketchShe explain how to use social media to grow your online brand. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the Masterclass series, AFTRS presents video lessons from leading filmmakers and creators to provide real world insight into the essentials of filmmaking and building your career. For more Masterclasses, watch our playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGJBWtsi3TiZ7yhvUq1ovuqbXQ9r8-nwO Thanks to Sketchshe: http://www.sketchshe.com/ Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
AFTRS Graduate Diploma in Radio
 
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We believe creativity, and the stories we share, enrich the whole of society. Build your voice in radio and be part of the great tradition of broadcast storytelling. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs -- APPLICATIONS FOR THE GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN RADIO ARE NOW OPEN: https://goo.gl/EY24Tw Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Castor and Pollux (Short Film)
 
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A sometimes humorous, sometimes serious examination of the lifestyles of two middle-aged men -- one is a bikie and the other a hippy. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs Delving into the cans and archives of close to 40 years of productions made at AFTRS this clip is a taste of the student film made by Phil Noyce ( Directing 1974) when he studied at AFTRS...
3 Top Tips for Directing Great Performances w/ Miranda Harcourt
 
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Whether you're an experienced director, or making your very first short film, renowned acting coach Miranda Harcourt’s advice will guarantee you get the best possible performances from your actors every single time. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals to help creators advice make better films and videos. Thanks to Miranda Harcourt: http://www.mirandaharcourt.co.nz/ Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Biggest YouTuber Collab in Australia! feat RACKA RACKA, WENGIE, SKETCHSHE, TINA YONG, ROYAL STAMPEDE
 
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AFTRS got together with some of the biggest YouTubers in Australia for this huge collab video! http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe Brought to you by AFTRS and Totem at the YouTube Pop-up Space Sydney @ AFTRS - the first ever Australian YouTube Space event! -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs Check out all your favourite YouTubers here!! https://www.youtube.com/user/WWWengie https://www.youtube.com/user/WhealthbySlaiman https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRackaRacka https://www.youtube.com/user/SungaAttack https://www.youtube.com/user/braincraftvideo https://www.youtube.com/user/JaydenRodrigues https://www.youtube.com/user/TomThummer https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRoundaboutCrew https://www.youtube.com/user/makeupbytinayong https://www.youtube.com/user/DebbieDooTV http://bit.do/SketchShe
Kim Batterham's Top Tips for Getting the Best Shot
 
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Award winning cinematographer and Head of Cinematography at AFTRS Kim Batterham shares his top tips for getting the most out of your shooting. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short videos packed with invaluable advice from heads of department, alumni, current students and the industry professionals who visit the School. Kim Batterham is an Australian cinematographer known for One Night the Moon (2001) and helming the second unit on Master and Commander (2003): imdb.com/name/nm0061372 Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Student Film – The Law by Brendon McDonall
 
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Nine-year-old Nedʼs best friend Jasper is getting married to Molly McMahon in the playground during lunch. The Cuthbert twins have organised a massive ceremony with the Grade 3 Recorder Group. But Ned is terrified of losing his best friend to married life, and will stop at nothing to make sure the wedding is called off. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the STAFF PICKS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short films made by students while studying at the School DIRECTOR & SCREENWRITER Brendon McDonall D.O.P Fergus Cahill ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY Michael Steel PRODUCTION DESIGNER Emma Leslie EDITOR Liz Deegan COMPOSERS Joseph Twist Jonathan Bruno SOUND DESIGN & MIX Kingsley Reeve COLOURIST Bob Chorley ANIMATION Evan Newby PRODUCER Brendon McDonall CAST NED JENKINS Zac Ynfante JASPER COTTON Daniel Bellinato MOLLY McMAHON Molly Ellison CUTHBERT TWINS Ariana Ricci Giaan Drennan SOLOMON Alex Chorley TRISTAN DUNGLE Stephen Morrissey Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Freak by Siobhán Costigan
 
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A short documentary about Sprague – performer, artist, philosopher and self-confessed ‘Freak’ Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs CREDITS Director: Siobhán Costigan Writers: Siobhán Costigan Producer: Siobhán Costigan Cinematographer: Lucas Tomoana Sound designer: Gareth Evans Editor: Florence Mathilde Holmes Music score: Freya Berkhout Danny Keig Production company: Australian Film Television and Radio School Year: 2013 CAST As Himself: Erik ‘The Lizardman’ Sprague FESTIVALS St Kilda Film Festival, 2014 Heartland Film Festival, 2014 Malta Horror Festival, 2014 Down Under, Berlin, 2014 Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival, USA 2015 Fester: Mindfuck Festival, Los Angeles USA, Byron Bay International Film Festival Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Life on the BA Screen course, 2015
 
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Find out about life on the BA Screen course. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs We grabbed a few little bites of info from our current students as they go about the business of being a student here at AFTRS. Hear from real students telling us what they dig most about being a student at Australia's national screen arts and broadcast School.
3 Top Tips for Being an Entrepreneurial Filmmaker w/ Genevieve Clay-Smith
 
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CEO of Bus Stop Films, tireless multi-award winning writer/director and AFTRS alumna Genevieve Clay-Smith (Master of Screen Arts, 2013; Graduate Certificate in Screenwriting Fundamentals, 2014) lets us in on how she navigated the daunting world of screen business. Subscribe for more from AFTRS ↳ http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals, AFTRS alumni and to help creators advice make better films and videos. Find out more about the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) ↳ https://www.aftrs.edu.au Find out more about Genevieve Clay-Smith ↳ https://gclaysmith.com Find out more about Bus Stop Films ↳ https://www.busstopfilms.com.au
Charlie Clouser's 3 Top Tips for Composers and Creatives Alike
 
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Did you know the man behind the score for the SAW horror-movie franchise is none other than ex-Nine Inch Nails keyboardist Charlie Clouser? Here he shares the lessons he's learned from his years in the biz. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals to help creators advice make better films and videos. CHARLIE CLOUSER is a multi-instrumentalist and composer for film, television, and games who lives in Los Angeles. His scores include all seven films in the SAW franchise, as well as films such as Dead Silence, Death Sentence, The Stepfather, Resident Evil: Extinction, The Collection and many others. He has nearly three hundred hours of television underscore to his credit, including the CBS series Numb3rs, the NBC series Las Vegas, the FOX series Wayward Pines, and the Si-Fi mini-series Childhood’s End. Formerly the keyboardist in the band Nine Inch Nails, he has remixed and collaborated with artists as varied as David Bowie, Jamiroquai, Killing Joke, Atari Teenage Riot, and Rob Zombie. Find out more about the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) ↳ https://www.aftrs.edu.au
Top Tips for Starting Out in Radio w/ Grant Maling + Maria Dimitrakas
 
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Grant Maling and Maria Dimitrakas may still be in the middle of their Graduate Diploma in Radio at AFTRS, but with a show each on Koori Radio and FBi, they already have loads of experience and advice to impart on people looking to enter the industry. Subscribe for more from AFTRS ↳ http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals to help creators advice make better films and videos. Find out more about the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) ↳ https://www.aftrs.edu.au Follow Grant on Instagram ↳ https://www.instagram.com/grantbrahh
Gurinder Chadha's Top Tips for Emerging Female Filmmakers
 
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Acclaimed director/producer/writer Gurinder Chadha shares her three top tips for emerging female filmmakers. Subscribe for more from AFTRS: http://hyperurl.co/AFTRS_Subscribe -- Talk to AFTRS: ↳ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftrs/ ↳ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aftrs In the TOP TIPS series, AFTRS presents a collection of short and helpful videos with advice from industry professionals to help creators advice make better films and videos. Gurinder Chadha is an English director, writer and producer best known for her wildly success films Bend it Like Beckham (2002), Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging (2008) and Bride & Prejudice (2004): http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0149446/ Find out more about AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School): https://www.aftrs.edu.au

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