Top Screen 2005 VCE season of excellence

The Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority and The Australian Centre for the Moving Image with support from ATOM present screenings of fictions, documentary and animations by VCE Media students on the big screen. For the first time, VCE VET Multimedia student works will also be on display in ACMI's Memory Grid exhibition space.

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 and exhibition of interactive works allow students, their families, schools and the general community to celebrate the talents and stunning achievements of these young artists, designers and filmmakers.

Small Change Jim Horsley

image from potty
Potty Jason Deacon

image from naniki
Naniki Laurie Nunn

Alongside these screenings are opportunities to meet the student filmmakers who discuss their own work in order to inspire and encourage younger year levels to create and communicate with the moving image. There will also be industry sessions with a spotlight on scriptwriting and genre, and the realities of copyright issues.

Top Screen Event Schedule

Opening Night
Tue 3 May 2005, 7pm

Screenings only
Tue 22 Mar 2005, 10am
Tue 22 Mar 2005, 12.30pm
Wed 30 Mar 2005, 10am
Wed 30 Mar 2005, 12.30pm
Thu 28 Apr 2005, 11am
Thu 28 Apr 2005, 1pm
Wed 4 May 2005, 10am
Fri 6 May 2005, 1.45pm
Thu 12 May 2005, 11am

Screenings & Programs
Wed 4 May 2005, 12.15pm > Screening & Panel with filmmakers and State Reviewers
Fri 6 May 2005, 10am > Screening & Education Session: Identifying Genre
Tue 10 May 2005, 10am > Screening or Screening & Workshop
Tue 10 May 2005, 12pm > Screening & Education Session: A Good Rapport with Docos
Tue 10 May 2005, 12.30pm > Scriptwriting Workshop
Thu 12 May 2005, 7pm > Screening & Panel with filmmakers and State Reviewers

Dates   March - May 2005 (see schedule above)

Opening & Screenings $7, Regional concession $5
Screening plus education programs $10, Regional concession $8

Presented by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority and ACMI with support from ATOM.

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