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AFTRS Appoints New Heads of Departments

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Yay Igor!
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Congratulations SMurf.
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Katya Quigley will join AFTRS
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Ben joins AFTRS with a wealth of experience including 14 years as the head of The London Film School.
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Ben joins AFTRS with a wealth of experience including 14 years as the head of The London Film School.
The big ben
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Christina Alvarez has a background in the not-for-profit cultural sector. Most recently Christina was the CEO at Metro Screen, which provided production support, networking, skills development and equipment access for emerging screen practitioners in NSW,
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“This is an impressive group of people who will bring tremendous skills and creative vision to their roles," said AFTRS CEO Neil Peplow.
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“This is an impressive group of people who will bring tremendous skills and creative vision to their roles," said AFTRS CEO Neil Peplow.
I must say I was impressed with the entire process and the panel chosen is well qualified.
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Maybe we can now get some new diversity films made in Australia. They have credentials but let us wait and see what they will do.
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Maybe we can now get some new diversity films made in Australia. They have credentials but let us wait and see what they will do.
I was hoping the same thing. I think there will definitely be a change that is why they hired so many new people.
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Australia has a good emerging film industry and i think its best step for the progress of australian film television and radio school.
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This was long overdue and I cannot wait to see the new work that will come out. Artists have been waiting on a fresh group to come in and shake things up.
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Head of Screen Studies, Matt Campora, completed his PhD in film studies in 2009 and has since published a book entitled Subjective Realist Cinema with Beghahn Press. Matt has over a decade of teaching experience at the tertiary level, several years of which were spent teaching film and television studies courses at the University of Queensland, where he was twice nominated by students for the UQ Faculty of Arts Effective Teaching Award. Since completing his PhD, Matt has been lecturing in Screen Studies and history of film at AFTRS.
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Peter Herbert, Head of Producing, is moving from Screen Producers Australia where he acted as Manager, Business Services and Content. Peter has been responsible for programming the Screen Forever Conference in 2015 and will continue to work with Screen Producers Australia to deliver this year’s program.
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