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VCA Film and Television Archive

The University of Melbourne
Victorian College of the Arts, Film and Television (Owned by)
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ctx_ver=Z39.88-2004&rft_val_fmt=info%3Aofi%2Ffmt%3Akev%3Amtx%3Adc&rfr_id=info%3Asid%2FANDS&rft_id=http://vca.unimelb.edu.au/engage/vca-film-and-television-50th-anniversary/film-and-television-digital-archive-project FILM AND TELEVISION DIGITAL ARCHIVE PROJECT Material is stored as: JPEG2000, DVC Pro50, H264 2TB&rft.title=VCA Film and Television Archive&rft.publisher=The University of Melbourne&rft.description=The films in this collection include celluloid, tape and digital films made by students of the VCA School of Film and Television, and of its former home at the Swinburne Institute of Technology. Given the social and cultural shifts that have taken place since the school began in 1966, the films in the collection vividly represent those changing times, as well as the developing face of Melbourne both physically and demographically. Aesthetic trends in fashion, design and filmmaking styles, as well as technical developments are also evident. The collection also includes the films of performers and filmmakers who have since gathered significant reputations, showcasing Melbourne’s special place in the Australian film industry. Since the start of the 21st Century the school has been home to an increasing number of international students, and the collection also contains many fascinating stories told either of their Australian experience or based and shot in their home countries. VCA FTV is interested to engage in an ongoing conversation with alumni and people involved in the making of the films to enhance the value of the collection. If you would like to get involved please contact us through vcamcm-er@unimelb.edu.au    Still from Blue Tongue (2004) directed by Justin Kurzel.&rft.creator=Victorian College of the Arts, Film and Television&rft.date=1966&rft.coverage=Predominantly films are set in Melbourne and Victoria Australia, but a cross section of films are set in other parts of Australia and around the world. Including: East Timor; China; South America; Pacific Islands and fictitious worlds.&rft_rights=Copyright The University of Melbourne http://vca.unimelb.edu.au/engage/vca-film-and-television-50th-anniversary/film-and-television-digital-archive-project/the-digital-archive/contact-us#contact-us&rft_rights=Subject to individual copyrights in each film.&rft_subject=Computer Gaming and Animation&rft_subject=STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING&rft_subject=FILM, TELEVISION AND DIGITAL MEDIA&rft_subject=Film and Television&rft_subject=Australian, Feminism, Queer&rft.type=dataset&rft.language=English Access the data

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The films in this collection include celluloid, tape and digital films made by students of the VCA School of Film and Television, and of its former home at the Swinburne Institute of Technology.

Given the social and cultural shifts that have taken place since the school began in 1966, the films in the collection vividly represent those changing times, as well as the developing face of Melbourne both physically and demographically. Aesthetic trends in fashion, design and filmmaking styles, as well as technical developments are also evident. The collection also includes the films of performers and filmmakers who have since gathered significant reputations, showcasing Melbourne’s special place in the Australian film industry. Since the start of the 21st Century the school has been home to an increasing number of international students, and the collection also contains many fascinating stories told either of their Australian experience or based and shot in their home countries.

VCA FTV is interested to engage in an ongoing conversation with alumni and people involved in the making of the films to enhance the value of the collection. If you would like to get involved please contact us through vcamcm-er@unimelb.edu.au 

 

Still from Blue Tongue (2004) directed by Justin Kurzel.

Still from Blue Tongue (2004) directed by Justin Kurzel.

Created: 1966-01

Data time period: 1966-12-31 to 2099-01

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text: Predominantly films are set in Melbourne and Victoria Australia, but a cross section of films are set in other parts of Australia and around the world. Including: East Timor; China; South America; Pacific Islands and fictitious worlds.

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