Friday 10 May, 2013. 3pm Seminar. Prof. Herman Van Eyken
On September 28-29 2012, the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) organised at Lasalle College of the Arts in Singapore, the launch of the project “10 Lessons in Film”.
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 first scholarship named in honour of the late ABC cameraman, John Bean, has been awarded to Griffith University Film student, Brian Loewe.
A very special indie Game On across two days and two sites.
Short films, Comic workshops and a Free Drink & Draw Event mark the launch of Ashcan’s sixth edition.
The Griffith Film School hosted the national launch of the documentary APOLOGY & BEYOND by Peter Hegedus. The film is about the Forgotten Australians and the Forde Inquiry.
This original article appeared on SBS Film. Peter Hegedus is a Griffith Film School Alumnus and occasional sessional tutor.
Griffith Screen Society invites you to join them as we celebrate the beginning of a new year for the club!
The Griffith Film School invites you to an informative co-production lecture by Australia’s leading co-production expert, Richard Cohen.
GFS Research Seminars will start next Friday March 9
Only a couple more days until semester begins again. There are several things happening here at Griffith Film School this week during Orientation.