Thread

Thread

5 interweaving short films about Hobart’s refugees and new arrivals struggle to belong. Deng and his friends just want to have a good time but Harley and his friends have other ideas. Afghani refugee Hayat braves Hobart’s city streets for first time but her sense of...
TRANSISTOR enters 8 films into MySTATE

TRANSISTOR enters 8 films into MySTATE

Transistor has submitted eight films into this year’s MyState Student Film Festival. Below are the links to the films submitted. There is every chance you were involved in the making of one of these films. Please share the links with your friends and family and...
Casting for web-series

Casting for web-series

Thread Thread is a cross-cultural community development project where refugees and new arrivals and young people from, born and/or raised in Australia create an original web-series together. The stories will be written with professional writers and participants....
First Transistor Youth Film Festival a success!!

First Transistor Youth Film Festival a success!!

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 by Dr. Vanessa...
Transistor Youth Film Festival

Transistor Youth Film Festival

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 Youth Arts...
Black Hills High Screens  Melbourne University

Black Hills High Screens Melbourne University

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 of an art-research...
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