Winging It – a web series produced by the University of Melbourne
“Heaven has been corporatised, and no-one hates his job more than Michael …” Winging It is a seven-part web series developed as part of a Faculty …
Let’s get digital: an archive of work by VCA film graduates, coming soon
2019 will see the much-anticipated launch of a Digital Archive featuring work by VCA Film and Television graduating filmmakers across the decades. By Donna Lyon-Hensler The …
VCA 2018 Graduate Film Series: Moonshine
The annual Victorian College of the Arts Film and Television Graduate Screenings showcase the talent of our Film & Television students. We caught up with filmmaker …
VCA 2018 Graduate Film Series: Love is a Lunatic City
The annual Victorian College of the Arts Film and Television Graduate Screenings showcase the talent of our Film and Television students. We caught up with director …
VCA 2018 Graduate Film Series: Among Men
The annual Victorian College of the Arts Film and Television Graduate Screenings showcase the talent of our Film & Television students. We caught up with director …
A tour of Melbourne’s Arts Precinct and the people who make it
The reimagining of Melbourne’s Southbank is a source of disruption, possibility and hope for the people and organisations of the Arts Precinct.
VCA x MIFF: five films at the 2018 Melbourne International Film Festival
Five films by Victorian of the Arts students and alumni are screening at this year’s Melbourne International Film Festival. Here’s the roundup.
Meet the Animation alumna shortlisted for the BAFTA Student Film Awards, Anastasia Dyakova
Victorian College of the Arts graduate Anastasia Dyakova’s film Ready for a Baby has been shortlisted for the BAFTA Student Film Awards. She tells us about …
VCA alumni on the big screen at Palm Springs International ShortFest
Of more than 4,200 short film submissions from more than 100 countries, works by eight Victorian College of the Arts Film and Television alumni have been …
Cannes vs Netflix offers a screen battle of blockbuster proportions
The Secret River and Crackerjack producer Stephen Luby weighs in on the cinematic debate, as the curtain opens on 2018’s Festival de Cannes.
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