AFTRS

AcronymDefinition
AFTRSAustralian Film Television and Radio School
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Tom Jeffrey, former head of training at AFTRS, is serving as a consultant for the school, which will give students work experience in productions shooting on the lot and at facilities based there such as Cutting Edge.
Wald has also directed twenty plays, and has taught at numerous high-profile film and acting schools including the University of California, Los Angeles; the National Institute of Dramatic Art; and the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS).
Meredith Quinn was appointed Publications Manager at AFTRS (Radio having been added to the title) in 1990, thus becoming publishing editor of MIA.
Cordelia Beresford, daughter of director Bruce Beresford, graduated from AFTRS in 1999.
Meanwhile Erika Addis, cinematographer and teacher at the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS), commented:
When, after Henry's death, the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) formed an editorial board to keep what was then Media Information Australia alive, I was suddenly a part of Henry's diverse 'family'.
This historic view shares a trajectory of becoming that is expressed by producer and Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) CEO Sandra Levy, who reflects that Aboriginal writers, directors, producers and actors are now firmly at the heart of contemporary screen practice.
Created in 1972 as an Australian Government initiative to revive the Australian film industry and now located in The Entertainment Quarter at Moore Park, Sydney, the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) has garnered a formidable reputation--it was voted one of the top twenty-five film schools in the world by The Hollywood Reporter in 2012.