Where can VCE Media take you? Hear from industry professionals and former Top Screen filmmakers for insights on how to forge a pathway in the media industry.
The Beyond Top Screen panel discussion will take place in Cinema 1 immediately after the screening.
General public tickets
- Full - $15
- Full - $13
- Regional concession - $11
- Teachers – $0 A maximum of 2 free tickets can be selected when booking groups over ten students. For all other teacher tickets please select another Full $13 or Regional concession $11
Beyond Top Screen panellists
Top Screen 1999
Tim Bartley is a producer, director and editor, who is currently the executive producer at Radio Karate, the production company he co-runs with creative partners Hamish Blake, Andy Lee and Ryan Shelton. Having loved media studies at school, Bartley continued his studies in Creative Arts at the VCA, though he spent a lot of time at RMIT working on Channel 31 shows. It was here that Radio Karate was formed, beginning as a sketch TV show before evolving into the production company it is today.
Top Screen 2006
Vijay Thillaimuthu an audio-visual artist and electronic musician concerned with exploring the physicality of sound through visualisation. Under the moniker Xenosine, he creates multi-sensory works and provides live experiences in Australia and abroad. Through his work he aims to push the fringes of our sensory capabilities and convey something beyond the threshold of our perception
Top Screen 2007
Ella is a writer, executive assistant, film coordinator, and professional television watcher. She currently works in a shrine to her childhood assisting the Head of Development and Production at the Australian Children’s Television Foundation, who provide funding and development support to producers and writers working on Australian children's TV projects. Prior to working at the ACTF, Ella worked as a production freelancer on feature films and TV dramas like The Dressmaker, Winchester and Offspring in various roles
Top Screen 2019 is classified as M and not recommended for persons under the age of 15. The films may contain coarse language.