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Top Screen Film Showcase

Air Head
Air Head
Please note that, as Top Screen reflects the creativity and complexity of vision of VCE Media students, all films this year are Unclassified 15+.

No person under the age of 15 will therefore be admitted to the screenings, unless in the company of a parent or adult guardian.



Air Head
Kieran Sugrue, 3 mins, Australia, 2009, Lara Secondary College
An animated short with a 1940s 'vintage' aesthetic.

The Power of Imagination
Alexander Clapp, 8 mins, Australia, 2009, Huntingtower School
Combining animation with live footage, this film focuses on the stress of exams.

Harrison
Levi Anderson, 5 mins, Australia, 2009, Lara Secondary College
An animated metaphor for following your passion.

Through Her Eyes
Alyssa Chhim, 10 mins, Australia, 2009, Dandenong High School
This motivational drama warns of the risks of illegal driving and excessive drinking.

Morplar the Alien
Zac Dyson, 1 min, Australia, 2009, Haileybury College
This short animation puts a twist on the usual conventions of science fiction.

Everyday I Dream About Sneakers
Samuel Ayre, 9 mins, Australia, 2009, De La Salle College
An entertaining documentary showing the passion and obsession of sneaker collectors.

My Redemption
Mike Snow, 5 mins, Australia, 2009, Eltham High School
A raw and edgy action film.

The Wrong Step
Nicholas Rickard, 10 mins, Australia, 2009, Northcote High School
A 1940s tale about a man wrongly convicted of murder, using classic film noir style.

The Patient
Dylan Lark, 4 mins, Australia, 2009, Bacchus Marsh Grammar
A psychological thriller based on a story by Francesca Lewis.

Molly Jane
Emma Rozsa, 5 mins, Australia, 2009, Bacchus Marsh Grammar
A dramatic music video using film noir style and creative editing.

21:24
David Collins, 8 mins, Australia, 2009, Xavier College
Image and sound carry the narrative in this visually stylised short drama.

Maul
Robert Ten Eyck, 10 mins, Australia, 2009, Swinburne Senior Secondary College
A modern-day fable on consumerism and authority as seen through the eyes of a child.

Concrete Cage
Josh O'Keefe, 5 mins, Australia, 2009, Balwyn High School
This film depicts an office worker in a dead end job.

 
 
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