RMIT’s Codesign studio with Lentara UnitingCare responds to social issues they face and has also led to the ongoing employment of two graduates and one third-year student. Read more
Maggie O’Shea, who is studying a Bachelor of Communication (Media), was offered an internship in the production office of *Newton’s Law* (Every Cloud Productions) during the shooting of the show. Read more
BComm Media Students became part of a large Hollywood production, with 120 crew, plus cast onsite, in a valuable industry encounter.
Based on Tom Perrotta’s book, television series The Leftovers was created by Damon Lindelof and stars Justin Theroux, Amy Brenneman, Christopher Eccleston and Liv Tyler.
The series Read more
The Bachelor of Communication – Media program warmly invites you to its end-of-semester studio presentations taking place Thursday, October 27th at 2pm in Building 80, Level 4, Lecture Theatre 11 (Swanston Street).
The film charts a year in the life of one of New York’s most eclectic and vibrant artists’ residences and had its world Read more
James Thompson, a former graduate of the program, filmmaker and a current sessional teacher in our media production and cinema studies was recently in the U.S at the Palm Springs ShortsFest (June 2016), one of the largest showcases of short films in North America which screens over 325 short films Read more
A group of RMIT students and recent graduates worked hard to record the Foxtel broadcast of the 2016 Australian Directors Guild (ADG) Awards at the Sofitel on May 6.
Sarah Petrie-Allbutt (Media), Read more
RMIT’s School of Media and Communication is excited to be one of the Australian partners chosen by Intel’s Global Production Labs (a division of ‘Agency Inside’, the in-house creative and production group of this major tech company) to participate in a paid internships scheme in the San Francisco Bay area Read more