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Kelly Hucker on the red carpet in Cannes
Kelly Hucker on the red carpet in Cannes
Journey to Cannes

6 June 2011

Kwik Fix, written and directed by Kelly Hucker and produced by Fiona Leally at the VCA in 2010, made its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner...

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Film still of Mark Leonard Winter in 'Blame'
Film still of Mark Leonard Winter in 'Blame'
Alumni star in new Aussie drama 'Blame'

6 June 2011

After 10 years in the making, the Australian film Blame, directed by alumnus Michael Henry will be released on 16 June...

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Transformation into tapestry

5 June 2011

Master of Visual Arts student Ben McKeown has supervised the installation of a stunning tapestry at the State Library of Victoria. Voice reports.


Graduates scoop awards at St Kilda Film Festival

31 May 2011

As part of ‘Australia’s Top 100 Short Films’ featured in the St Kilda Film Festival, third year student Natalie James won the Under the Radar award with her second year VCA film ‘The Venting Place' alongside other VCA alumni....

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Elizabeth Debicki
Elizabeth Debicki
Baz Luhrmann casts VCA graduate Elizabeth Debicki in 'The Great Gatsby'

25 May 2011

Elizabeth Debicki, who finished her bachelor degree at VCA's School of Performing Arts last year , has been cast as for a key role in Baz Luhrmann's remake of The Great Gatsby...

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CFI lecturer Raimondo Cortese and alumna Melissa Bubnic honoured with Patrick White Playwright awards

24 May 2011

Raimondo Cortese was honoured as the first ever recipient of the Patrick White Playwrights' Fellowship and Melissa Bubnic (Grad Dip Narrative 2005) was named the winner of the 2010 Patrick White Playwright Award, The Age reports.


Theatre alumna Annie Last plays Anna Karenina in Stork Theatre production

24 May 2011

Robin Usher interviews Last in The Age.


Wordless wins at SoHo International Film Festival

13 May 2011

Wordless, written and directed by Lisa Kappel at the VCA last year, has won the Silver Lady Trophy at the 2011 SoHo International Film Festival in New York. The short film tells the story of Martin, a boy born with only 2,000 words to use in his entire lifetime. More on portable.tv.


Premier Baillieu speaking at the VCA
Premier Baillieu speaking at the VCA
Exciting new era as Premier announces details of $24 million funding package

12 May 2011

Premier and Minister for the Arts Ted Baillieu visited us in Southbank today to unveil details of the Victorian Coalition Government's $24 million package for the Faculty.

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Dreaming up a song

12 May 2011

Watch the Visions podcast about the wholly student-made Music Theatre production Dreamsong.


VCA future bright thanks to $24million budget allocation

4 May 2011

Professor Barry Conyngham and Professor Su Baker enthusiastically welcomed the allocation in yesterday’s state budget of $24 million to support arts education at the VCA, click here to view their response.


Coalition funds blueprint to pave future for Southbank Cultural Precinct

4 May 2011

The Premier has announced $500,000 to develop a plan for the Southbank Cultural Precinct including our campus, click to read official release.


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