screenings PD & seminars
2015 ATOM Awards – Student Awards Evening
The 2015 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 2015 winners by providing a screening of their incredible efforts at Federation Hall at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA).
2015 ATOM Awards – Tertiary & Industry Awards Night
The 2015 ATOM Awards winners in the tertiary and general/open categories will be announced at an exclusive Tertiary & Industry Awards Night at Lux Melbourne. 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.
2016 Screen Futures Summit
ATOM and ACMI present an international conference for the education and screen industries to examine the future of the screen and Media education.
2016 Screen Futures Youth Media Festival
This one-day event will be a festival of ideas and collaboration between students and young content makers from all over Australia.
ATOM Vic Professional Development 2015
Full-day professional development workshops and seminars presented by ATOM Vic.
He Named Me Malala
He Named Me Malala is a feature documentary directed by David Guggenheim. The documentary is a portrait of Malala Yousafzai, who was wounded when a Taliban gunman boarded her school bus in Pakistan’s Swat Valley on 9 October 2012 and opened fire. Then then fifteen-year-old teenager, who had been targeted for speaking out on behalf of girls’ education, was shot in the face. No-one expected her to survive. The documentary follows the story of her recovery.
Suffragette (2015) is a feature film directed by Sarah Gavron. The film provides a fictional account of a group of East London women who realised that polite, law-abiding protests were not going to get them very far in the battle for voting rights in early twentieth-century Britain.