People suffer different levels of mental illness, often for many different reasons, but one thing is always the same; talking to someone about it is the first step towards getting better. Here are 5 key things to remember when you're struggling with your mental health.
Acting Course Director Glen Hamilton, describes the Working Actor Program that is run throughout the Diploma course and focuses on the individual actors health and wellbeing.
It’s one of the most entertaining things to watch, people acting in front of a blank green screen and suddenly the behind them is blowing up in all directions. But how does it work?
To any budding cinematographers or directors out there, choosing the right counterpart to work with is vital. Here are three important factors when figuring out how to effectively get along with your on-set sidekick and more importantly, produce the best work together.
Acting grad Brieann Lane spent 5 years working in finance but always knew it wasn't for her. She had a dream of performing...
At the half way point of her studies, film student Max Rowland, reflects on why film school has been the right decision for her and offers her advice to anyone wondering if it is also right for them.
AFTT Live Production graduate, Shiya Lu, tells us about how her career in production that started in China, then moved her to London, took her to Sydney to study at AFTT.
Not everything always goes to plan when shooting a film, just ask recent Film Graduate, Pierce Hadjinicola. Sometimes you need to think on your feet and sometimes, it pays off...
Film Graduate, Sean Roberts, put all of his lessons together to make his short film 'Coping Mechanism' and hasn't it paid off! 'Coping Mechanism' has since been accepted into 18 film festivals so far and is being watched around the world!