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Nathan Basha at Byron Bay International Film Festival!

Nathan Basha at Byron Bay International Film Festival!

Starting in 2006, the Byron Bay International Film Festival has become the largest regional festival in the country, supporting emerging and independent talent within Australia and around the world. Celebrating its tenth year in October 2016, BBFF delivered their most...

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Rawley at Panavision!

Rawley at Panavision!

Hi my name is Rawley and I did some work experience at Panavision for four weeks in August. While I was there, I had the opportunity to work with Panavision’s Technical Marketing Executive,  Andrew Collier. I travelled to a film location with Andrew to deliver a...

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Sarah: Program Manager and Bus Stop Films Advocate

Sarah: Program Manager and Bus Stop Films Advocate

Sarah’s been with Bus Stop Film’s since the early days – first as a classroom support worker, now as our program manager and tutor of the AFTRS supported Film Club! She’s an irreplaceable member of the Bus Stop’s small team; without her talents, knowledge and...

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Introducing our Ambassadors, Abby Earl and Nathan Basha!

Introducing our Ambassadors, Abby Earl and Nathan Basha!

Bus Stop Films (BSF) is excited to welcome Abby Earl, star of Channel 7’s ‘A Place to Call Home’, and Nathan Basha, international speaker and award winning disability employment advocate, into the roles of ambassadors for Bus Stop Films. Together they bring with them...

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‘Gratus’ for the Memories

‘Gratus’ for the Memories

Excitingly in April, Bus Stop Films rolled out a 10 week documentary studies program involving 9 individuals who are on a path to recovery following a diagnosis of mental illness. Funded by 3 Bridges Community through their Partners in Recovery (PIR) program, students...

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Character Design, Costume Design – the Two Go Hand in Hand

Character Design, Costume Design – the Two Go Hand in Hand

Costume design goes hand in hand with character creation. What is one of the first things we notice about a character on film? How they look – and costume design plays an integral role in this. Our students were able to meet Bek Gould, costume designer for their film...

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Being a director: An Interview with Robin Bryan

Being a director: An Interview with Robin Bryan

Robin has been participating in film studies at Bus Stop Films since 2011 and over the last four years she has taken a keen interest in directing. She received first-hand experience of the directing process on The Interviewer, and was mentored by Genevieve throughout...

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Bus Stop moves to AFTRS!

Bus Stop moves to AFTRS!

A new chapter opens for Bus Stop Films, as AFTRS (the Australian Film, Television and Radio School) are set to officially host the first BSF Film Club tomorrow. Partnering with us, the prestigious filmmaking school is opening their doors to diversity and inclusion –...

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READY. SET. MIRO! The journey begins…

READY. SET. MIRO! The journey begins…

On Tuesday 22nd March 2016, a group of Bus Stop Films students set out to undertake what would become a challenging yet vastly exciting opportunity for them all. They were tasked with the prospect of joining the set of “Miro” – a heartbreaking story of an Indigenous...

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