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Media Arts

Contains 31 Videos

How to Inspire Positive Social Change

How to Inspire Positive Social Change

Producing Videos for Change

Making your audience care about your message is a skill that many filmmakers continue to develop throughout their careers. This programme looks at seven easy ways to ensure a video’s message about social change hits its audience exactly where...Show More
How to Get Started on Your Video for Change

How to Get Started on Your Video for Change

Producing Videos for Change

In this short video, Charlie shows you the basics of how to get started on creating a video to inspire change in society. With four easy-to-follow tips, viewers will learn the importance of background research, choosing the right message, and...Show More
4 Tips to Get Maximum Impact with Minimum Resources

4 Tips to Get Maximum Impact with Minimum Resources

Producing Videos for Change

Without an unlimited budget or a fully-kitted-out film studio, it might seem nearly impossible to produce a professional looking video that will capture an audience’s attention. In this short video, Shamita explains four easy tips that will...Show More
Episode 8: Post Production

Episode 8: Post Production

Philip Bloom's Cinematic Masterclass

In the final episode of the series Philip takes us through his all-important post production workflow. Media management, editing, audio, colour correction and grading is all covered as he shows us how to get the best possible results from the...Show More
Episode 2: Visual Storytelling

Episode 2: Visual Storytelling

Philip Bloom's Cinematic Masterclass

In this programme Philip deconstructs composition, showing you exactly how lens selection establishes the framing of your shot. He then moves on to camera motion, showing the various tools available to make your shots more dynamic, before...Show More
Episode 5: Timelapse

Episode 5: Timelapse

Philip Bloom's Cinematic Masterclass

In this episode Philip demystifies timelapse shots. He steps us through the equipment as well as his tips and techniques for of all styles—short, long, day-to-night and astro timelapse—and gives an understanding of how he uses this visual...Show More
Episode 3: Interviews

Episode 3: Interviews

Philip Bloom's Cinematic Masterclass

This video covers everything you need to know to get the most out of interviewing subjects. Starting with your setup—lighting, camera position, audio—and then to the actual interview technique and how to get the best results.
Episode 7: The Story

Episode 7: The Story

Philip Bloom's Cinematic Masterclass

In this episode Philip combines all the lessons of the previous episodes, as we go behind the scenes and on location with him to learn his process, and see how he creates a story that will entertain and engage an audience.
Episode 1: The Basics

Episode 1: The Basics

Philip Bloom's Cinematic Masterclass

Philip gives us an overview of the essential kit required to shoot cinematic shots and sequences, as well as the range of equipment available. He then dives into camera settings and setup to show how to get the very best out of almost any type of...Show More
Episode 4: Slow Motion

Episode 4: Slow Motion

Philip Bloom's Cinematic Masterclass

Slow motion cinematography can add a huge amount of impact to your project, but while it's easy to begin with it's difficult to master. Here, Philip breaks down different types of slow motion, how and when to use it, as well as how best to light...Show More
Episode 6: Aerial Cinematography and Drones

Episode 6: Aerial Cinematography and Drones

Philip Bloom's Cinematic Masterclass

With the ease of access to drones, aerial shots have almost become ubiquitous. In this video Philip shows you how to get truly cinematic aerial shots and sequences, whether you've just picked up your first drone or are an experienced operator.
Episode 0: Introduction and Lens Whacking

Episode 0: Introduction and Lens Whacking

Philip Bloom's Cinematic Masterclass

In this introductory episode, Philip gives you an overview of exactly what to expect throughout his Cinematic Masterclass. We then look at the creative technique of "free lensing" or "lens whacking" as Philip guides us through how it can be used...Show More
Acting in Film

Acting in Film

Analysing Cinematic Texts: 'The Dressmaker' and 'Animal Kingdom'

In ‘Animal Kingdom’, David Michôd’s casting choices make the characters all the more chilling and compelling to watch. In ‘The Dressmaker’, actors’ experiences, talents and natural inclinations are given room to shine. This programme...Show More
Production Elements in Film

Production Elements in Film

Analysing Cinematic Texts: 'The Dressmaker' and 'Animal Kingdom'

The police arrive – their headlights the only light in the overwhelming darkness… In this programme, students consider how filmmakers use light, and other production elements, to: create mood and tone, convey meaning, and stir the emotions of...Show More
Story Elements in Film

Story Elements in Film

Analysing Cinematic Texts: 'The Dressmaker' and 'Animal Kingdom'

Her Singer sewing machine is centre of frame, like a case holding a weapon… Costume design, character, and cause and effect are all important elements in film. This programme invites students to consider how these story elements work together...Show More
The Visual Effects Supervisor

The Visual Effects Supervisor

Making Movies

Chris Godfrey, visual effects whiz who worked on 'Tomorrow, When the War Began', 'Australia', 'Moulin Rouge' and 'The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring' talks about recreating Times Square on ‘green screen’ for 'The Great Gatsby'...Show More
The Vehicles Supervisor

The Vehicles Supervisor

Making Movies

An industry veteran whose CV includes 'Superman Returns', 'The Great Gatsby', 'Tomorrow, When the War Began' and 'The Wolverine', Geoff Naylor talks about how his role interacts with most departments on a film when it comes to characters with wheels.
The Stunt Performer

The Stunt Performer

Making Movies

Ingrid Kleinig spends work days jumping off cliffs, being on fire and crashing or being hit by cars. She has done some terrifying stunts for many famous actors, on films including 'Mad Max: Fury Road', 'Pacific Rim' and 'The Great Gatsby'.
The Production Runner

The Production Runner

Making Movies

The runner is considered the starting role for people wanting a film career. Hamish Mason shares what he learned working on 'Tomorrow, When the War Began' and 'The Wolverine' and how the runner works with every department on a film.
The Production Designer

The Production Designer

Making Movies

Production Designer, Felicity Abbott works closely with the director and cinematographer on the ‘look’ of the film and supervises the Art Department to achieve that vision. She says patience, endurance and creativity are important qualities...Show More
The Producer

The Producer

Making Movies

Producer Nicole O'Donohue discusses the process of finding a story, collaborating with a writer to develop the screenplay, finding a director, seeking out financial partners, a distributor and sales agents. Oh, and pouring Ryan Kwanten into a...Show More
The Music Composer

The Music Composer

Making Movies

Award-winning music composer Guy Gross talks about how he works with the director, producer, editor and sound designer on a film project. His advice for aspiring composers is to listen, learn and go to parties and film festivals to meet people.
The Marketing Manager

The Marketing Manager

Making Movies

Heilan Bolton talks about the importance of identifying and understanding target audiences when marketing films. She collaborates with her publicity and promotions colleagues and media agencies to find effective ways to reach out to audiences to...Show More
The Hair and Makeup Artist

The Hair and Makeup Artist

Making Movies

Bec Taylor explains how hair and make-up artists help create characters and a ‘feel’ for a film, or help produce tears or sweat for actors on set and why it’s not so glamorous when she’s covered in dirt and blood.
The Film Programmer

The Film Programmer

Making Movies

Claire Gandy gets paid to watch at least a film a day. One of the few female programmers in the Australian film industry, she talks about ‘super-busy Mondays’, her favourite set visit and costs of installing technology to run digital cinema...Show More