Griffith University researchers have launched a survey to assess the state of mental health in workers across the film and television industry.
Bus Stop Films has continued to expand its Accessible Film Studies Program, extending its partnership with Griffith University and Griffith Film School to include classes at the institution's Gold Coast campus.
Hugo Weaving has continued his collaboration with LiveLab, the commercial production arm of Griffith Film School, teaming up to produce two follow up films to 2016’s 'Ky’s Story: Living with Autism'.
Lachlan Pendragon's stop-motion short 'An Ostrich Told Me the World Is Fake and I Think I Believe It' has won a Gold medal at the Student Academy Awards.
Peter Hegedus' 'Sorella's Story' and Ryan Griffen's 'Lustration' join the Australian contingent for next month's Venice International Film Festival, selected as part of the Venice Immersive strand.
Together with business partner Margaret Tillson, Ben Steel has officially launched Screen Well, a website and social enterprise dedicated to improving mental health outcomes for the screen industry.
A series of nightmarish journeys for TikTok, a choose-your-own-adventure interactive romantic comedy, and the third season of 'Meta Runner' are among the online projects set to share in $1.8 million from Screen Australia.
Bus Stop Films has partnered with Griffith Film School to deliver its Accessible Film Studies program for people living with disability in Brisbane.