This course has been discontinued - this course is closed for new enrolments, the information on this page is provided for continuing students.
The Bachelor of Film and Television is a three-year full-time course. In consultation with industry, the course includes the latest knowledge and technology focused on the future direction of film, television and digital media.
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Marli shares her story of being nominated for an award at a short film festival during her first year of study. After this success, she travelled to Antarctica with National Geographic and Air New Zealand.
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My course is very interactive. Working alongside other creative, talented students has been a privilege. A highlight was travelling to Newcastle in the UK on exchange where I learned about how culture plays such an important part in the growth of our creativity.
Bachelor of Film and Television
EMERGING CINEMATOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR
Bachelor of Film and Television graduate Josh Farmelo has been awarded the 2015 John Leake Award for Cinematography at the Australian Cinematographers Society National Awards. The award includes a $3000 grant and Josh's win marks the third time in the last five years that a Swinburne alumnus has been named its winner.
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