First Transistor Youth Film Festival a success!! On February 2 at the Barn (Rosny Farm) the Hon. Jacquie Petrusma MP and the Mayor of Clarence, Alderman Doug Chipman, launched the first Transistor Youth Film Festival. The screening was also attended...
Transistor Youth Film Festival THE BARN AT ROSNY FARM 6.30 - 8.00PM, 02 FEBRUARY 2017 TICKETS FREE Short films made by young people aged 9 to 25 in Tasmania curated from the MyState Student Film Festival, Wide Angle Tasmania and from Transistor...
Black Hills High invited to screen at University of Melbourne EXHIBITION. not THAT place: art vs stigma The exhibited artwork was generated in collaboration with communities living in Melbourne’s western and Hobart’s northern suburbs, as part o...
Transistor Youth Arts is excited to announce that Wide Angle Tasmania members who sign up to do the Advanced classes in Screenwriting and Directing for Short Film Festivals: 15-19 years (September 18, 20, 25 & 27) will receive a 50% discount ...
Six films made by young people through Transistor Youth Arts Workshops or Initiatives will be shown at the 2016 Light Up the Lane's Festival. For more details please visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/244969299170928/
About Transistor Youth Arts
Transistor Youth Arts is a by Youth Theatre and Film initiative created by Tasmanian Production Company Mast Films at the beginning of 2015. Last year the program engaged with 70 children producing 6 short films and 5 original short plays. This year over 150 young people took part in the various workshops and initiatives producing 11 Short Films and a 5-part web series. Besides being broadcast on YouTube in 2016 Transistor Youth Arts films were screened at The Tasmanian Breath of Fresh Air Festival in Launceston, REMADE 2016, Light Up the Lanes in Hobart and 'Black Hills High' screened at ‘Not THAT Place: Art versus Stigma’ an exhibition at the University of Melbourne through The Australian Research Council.
The initiative is committed to providing access to professional training and equipment for all young Tasmanians and by working with Local Government Transistor Youth Arts is able to provide subsidised and/or free programs so that those facing access and equity issues are able to participate.
To take part in next years workshops visit: WORKSHOPS