Media Studies Students Gain Insight Into ACTF
Year 11 Media Studies students from Genazzano College in Melbourne had a unique opportunity to learn about the ACTF and what we do when they visited in September.
The students were particularly interested in how the television industry works and asked a number of probing questions about how children’s television is made, funded, broadcast and distributed.
The ACTF CEO, Jenny Buckland, outlined the history and role of the ACTF, as well as the challenges media organisations face in a rapidly changing environment. Our Head of Development and Production, Bernadette O’Mahony, gave the students an insight into what is required to take an idea on the page through to a quality finished production. Head of Education, Peter Maggs, showcased the value-add resources, events and apps the ACTF provides to teachers and students that complement our shows.
If your school would like to know more about the ACTF and its role please contact our Head of Education, Peter Maggs at: email@example.com
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Students are invited to submit their creative writing entries for the 2022 My Place Competition from 15 August – 16 September.
July 27th 2022
Secondary teachers across Australia now have access to a new resource to safely explore challenging topics with teenage students, including consent and respectful relationships.
July 26th 2022
During Term 2, the ACTF learning team delivered two live virtual workshops exploring the impact of light and colour in television series and a behind-the-scenes look at the series Li'l Elvis Jones and the Truckstoppers. These recordings and resources are now available to view and explore on our website.