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International Women's Day 2021: Women at AFTRS Choose to Challenge

The focus on the representation and support of women in the workplace is something on which AFTRS prides itself. As we celebrate International Women's Day 2021, Director of People and Culture, Louise Hope, breaks down the numbers and spotlights the individuals who make AFTRS such a rich place to work.

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Maddison Coles: Finding Community and a Path to Factual Filmmaking

Bachelor of Arts Screen: Production graduate Maddison Coles reflects on her time at AFTRS, her passion for documentary, and empowering community through storytelling.

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Always on the Air: Grant Maling's AFTRS Journey

In this candid piece, Grant reflects fondly – and with tongue firmly in cheek – on how his time at AFTRS shaped his career in radio.

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William Tran: Designing and Editing His Story, One Project at a Time

Multi-disciplinary filmmaker William Tran reflects on his AFTRS journey, revealing how he gained confidence in his craft and found his calling as a storyteller.

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Serena Siow's AFTRS Journey: Finding Her Voice and Vocation

2019 Bachelor of Arts Screen: Production graduate Serena Siow reflects her time at AFTRS, discovering cinematography and finding her authentic voice.

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Kate Vinen: Blurring the Lines Between Fiction and Reality

Master of Arts Screen: Documentary student Kate Vinen on taking risks, self-reflection and pursuing her passion for factual filmmaking.

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Alumnus Nays Baghai's Deep Dive Pays Dividends

Making his first feature-length documentary ‘Descent’ was gruelling, but with a world premiere in competition at Sydney Film Festival and the chance to win $10,000, it was certainly worthwhile.

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From One Alumnus to Another: Claudia Bailey Interviews Julie Kalceff

Recent graduate Claudia Bailey talks to fellow alumna Julie Kalceff about authentic storytelling, queer representation on Australian screens and handling sensitive material responsibly. 

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From One Alumnus to Another: Hattie Archibald Interviews Shannon Murphy

As Hattie Archibald's series Gut Feeling debuts on ABC view, she chats with fellow alumna Shannon Murphy (Babyteeth, Killing Eve) about what it takes to blaze your own trail.

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Sonia Smallacombe: The Significance of National Reconciliation Week

AFTRS Elder in Residence explains the significance of National Reconciliation Week and breaks down the monumental events that it commemorates.

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