screenings PD & seminars
2014 IP Awareness ATOM Awards – National Screenings Tour
Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM) and IP Awareness are proud to present the 2014 IP Awareness ATOM Awards National Screenings Tour. This tour provides opportunities for students to access an array of free screening programs comprising locally sourced screen content from students, emerging professionals and established producers. The intention of these screenings is to both entertain and educate.
2014 IP Awareness ATOM Awards – Student Awards Evening
The 2014 IP Awareness ATOM Awards winners in the primary, middle and senior secondary school categories will be announced at this year’s Student Awards Evening. Created to acknowledge the achievements of our next generation of media makers, this exciting event will celebrate the 2014 winners by providing a screening of their incredible efforts at Federation Hall at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA).
2014 IP Awareness ATOM Awards – Tertiary & Industry Awards Night
The 2014 IP Awareness ATOM Awards winners in the tertiary and general/open categories will be announced at an exclusive Tertiary & Industry Awards Night at Federation Hall at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA). Created to celebrate the best screen content – from feature-length documentaries and factual television programs to animation, games and new media – this event will recognise the outstanding achievements of this year’s winners in style.
ATOM VCE Units 3&4 Media Exam Revision Seminars
Prepare yourself and get the best result you can in the 2014 Media Exam.
Find out how to focus your exam revision and get tips and resources to help you prepare.
The people who actually mark these exams will demystify the exam-marking process, telling you what they look for in an exam response and what you can do to get the best mark possible. This session will give you the confidence to successfully prepare and give the 2014 Media Exam your best shot.
ATOM Vic Professional Development 2014
Full-day professional development workshops and seminars presented by ATOM Vic.
MIFF Next Gen 2014 - Anina
Beautifully animated and filled to the brim with humour and empathy, Anina is the debut feature from Uruguayan animator Alfredo Soderguit. Uruguay’s submission for the 2014 Best Foreign Film Oscar, Anina is a warm, whip-smart film that speaks to both children and adults.
MIFF Next Gen 2014 - Aunt Hilda!
From the studio behind the Academy Award–nominated A Cat in Paris comes a rollicking and timely new adventure about protecting our environment and standing up to corporate greed. Daringly animated and filled with surprising flourishes, Aunt Hilda! is bold, funny and endlessly defiant.
MIFF Next Gen 2014 - Clara and the Secret of the Bears
Part ghost story that stretches across two centuries and part ecological tale about learning to co-exist with nature, Clara and the Secret of the Bears is a magical family drama with a profound message.
MIFF Next Gen 2014 - Good Life, The
Filmed in the stunning Loire Valley, The Good Life is based on the true story of a man who went on the run with his sons after losing a custody battle to his ex-wife. Anchored by Zacharie Chasseriaud’s powerful performance as Sylvain, this likeable film looks at how we can turn out all right, under even the strangest of upbringings.
MIFF Next Gen 2014 - Nightingale, The
A timeless tale of inter-generational misunderstanding with a modern edge, The Nightingale is the latest offering from French filmmaker Philippe Muyl. Ravishingly shot and filled with heart, the film reminds us that even in the age of Wikipedia there is plenty that the oldest can teach the youngest – and vice versa.
MIFF Next Gen 2014 - Patema Inverted
An exhilarating tale of star-crossed love and overcoming impossible odds, Patema Inverted is the richly inventive new film from young gun of the anime scene, Yasuhiro Yoshiura.
MIFF Next Gen 2014 - School of Babel
Shot over a year in a ‘reception class’ at a multicultural secondary school in Paris, School of Babel introduces us to a group of students from all over the world, learning about the French language and culture to assist with their integration into their new school and lifestyle.
MIFF Next Gen 2014 - We Are Mari Pepa
A feature-length expansion of director Samuel Kishi Leopo’s award-winning short, We Are Mari Pepa is a sensitive, invigorating film, with a punk/traditional Mexican soundtrack adding extra rhythm.
NFSA's Schools Screening Program
The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA), through its Education Program, offers opportunities for school students to access and engage with Australian screen culture. It celebrates the Australian film industry by bringing screenings of contemporary and classic Australian feature films, documentaries and short films to schools throughout regional Australia. These films cater specifically for both primary school and high school students. These screenings take place during school hours at local cinemas and the films screened are programmed in consultation with the local area schools.