The good news for the media industry in Australia is that media employment is expected to rise by 15,000 new jobs by 2015 and online media is likely to create half of these jobs, according to a report by The Boston Consulting Group. Here at Metro Screen we are always looking ahead at what is happening in the creative industry in Australia and how our courses can prepare our students to be ready to meet the demands of a dramatically changing industry. Many Metro Screen students who have completed the Diploma of Screen & Media: Multiplatform Production have gone on to great success in the industry.
Clarke Richards, (2011 graduate) has written, directed, produced and performed films which have screened at festivals including Palm Springs, Cyprus, St Kilda, Dungog and Flickerfest. He recently appeared in ABCTV’s comedy The Roast. Claire Marshall (2011 graduate) won a pitch contest in Cannes this year with Zombie Boot Camp.
Emma Morris (2010 graduate) recently worked with Hoodlum as Multiplatform Producer across their slate of digital and film projects including innovative multiplatform drama for Channel Ten – Secrets & Lies and a six part web series for James Squires. Ester Harding (2010 graduate) has worked for Freehand Productions on the documentary series Bush Slam (ABC) and the social media documentary Goa Hippy Tribe (Facebook / SBS). In 2012 she joined Media Stockade to line-produce The Surgery Ship (SBS) and co-produce feature documentary I Am A Girl (nominated for 4 AACTA Awards, including Best Feature Documentary). As an All Media Producer, Ester works with her colleagues to push the boundaries of form as well as content, encouraging conversations around stories across platforms.
Applications for the Diploma of Screen & Media: Multiplatform Production close on 6 June so be quick to secure your future in the online media space. There are only 15 places available. Course dates are 1 July – 26 November. Book an interview by phoning 9356 1818 or apply online. VET FEE-HELP is available