Top Screen 2004 season of excellence

The Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority and The Australian Centre for the Moving Image are once again co-hosting the Season of Excellence's Top Screen student media festival for 2004.

Top Screen profiles the state's best screen based art and moving image works created by year 12 VCE students from around Victoria. The screenings allow students, their families, schools and the general community to celebrate the diverse talents of these young artists and filmmakers. The work is given the opportunity to be screened on the 'big screen' in state of the art cinemas in the same way that professional works are screened. As well as screenings there will be opportunities to meet the filmmakers, who will discuss their work and encourage younger year levels to create and communicate with the moving image.

to the future
To the Future (Tim White - Carey Baptist School)
couch potato
Couch Potato (Darcy Prendergast - Mowbray College)
voices unheard
Voices Unheard (Joel Trethowan - Oberon High School Belmont)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top Screen Festival Schedule

Tuesday 27 April 2004

9.30am (session 1) - Screening: View short fictions, animations, documentaries and more

1pm (session 2) - Screening:View short fictions, animations, documentaries and more

Opening Night Tuesday 27 April 2004

7pm (session 3) - Launch and Screening: Screening, speeches, celebratory drinks and food.                                  

Wednesday 28 April 2004

9.30am (session 4) - Screening plus Industry panel: Production values: Lighting and Sound.

Guest speakers and state curriculum reviewers. Includes a demonstration of simple lighting techniques.

1.30pm (session 5) - Screening: View short fictions, animations, documentaries and more

Thursday 6 May 2004

9.30am (session 6) - Screening plus Industry panel: What makes a good documentary? Guest Speakers and state curriculum reviewers.

1pm (session 7) - Screening: View short fictions, animations, documentaries and more

Friday 7 May 2004               

9.30am (session 8) - Screening plus Industry demonstration: Gore, Horror & the Undead. Professional make-up artist demonstrates how to use make-up and latex to create convincing effects.

1.30pm (session 9) - Screening: View short fictions, animations, documentaries and more

5pm (session 10) - Screening: View short fictions, animations, documentaries and more

7pm (session 11) - Screening plus panel with student filmmakers and state curriculum reviewers.

Monday 10 May 2004 

9.30am (session 12) - Screening plus Industry panel: The Score: Music clips; producing original work: music and copyright. Guest speakers and state reviewers.

1pm (session 13) - Screening: View short fictions, animations, documentaries and more

Tuesday 11 May 2004

9.30am (session 14) - Screening plus panel with student film makers and state curriculum reviewers

1pm (session 15) - Screening: View short fictions, animations, documentaries and more
 

Top Screen is presented by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority, ACMI and the National Gallery of Victoria, with support from ATOM.

Dates   Tuesday 27 April - Tuesday 11 May 2004
Location  
Admission   Screening only: $7   Regional concession: $5
Screening plus programs: $10   Regional concession: $8
 
 
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