Griffith Film School film, Hummingbirds, produced by James Woods and directed by Hayley MacFarlane will be screened at the West End Film Festival this Sunday.
We are very pleased to announce that the following films have been selected for this year’s Melbourne International Animation Festival (20-30 June 2013):
We are pleased to announce that the following films will be supported by Griffith Film School for the Short Film Corner at Cannes this year:
The 3rd Annual San Francisco Green Film Festival is on May 30 – June 5, 2013.
FLiCKERFEST Presented By Renault Announces Its Official Selections Across All Competitions For 2013
The world’s largest short film festival, Movie Extra Tropfest 2013, is calling for entries!
Tropfest offers a fantastic platform for film and media students to showcase their passion and talent for filmmaking.
The Finalist films will be…
The Bondi Short Film Festival is accepting film entries for its twelfth year.
We’re very pleased to announce that the documentary Fantome Island by young filmmaker and Griffith Film School sessional teacher, Sean Gilligan, has won the Best Australian Documentary Award in the 2012 Human Rights Arts and Film Festival.
The 3rd Korean Film Festival in Australia, KOFFIA, is pleased to announce its film line-up for 2012.
Colourfest is Australia’s first and only national film festival dedicated to culturally diverse Australian stories.
When was the last time you saw an Asian, African or Arab face on Australian film or television – living, breathing and being Australian.
50 Kisses is the world’s first crowdsourced narrative feature film and the organisers want YOU to get involved.
We are pleased to announce that the film 1848 has been selected into competition for the Down Under Berlin Film Festival. The film will be screened in Berlin on Friday 14 September and again on Sunday 16 September.