RMIT alumnus Mikey Hill has won a multitude of global and local awards for his animation ‘The Orchestra’, including Winner of Best World Short from Savannah Film Festival in 2015 and Winner of Audience Vote Best Australian Animation from Melbourne International Animation Festival 2015. The 15-minute film was five years in the making and features over 20,000 individual frames. The production involved a crew of dozens of talented artists, including collaborations with RMIT animation…
Granny Smith | Winner of Tropfest Australia 2014. Directed by RMIT University Communication (Media) Graduate, Julian Lucas. In collaboration with Sam Watkins (Actor), Jarred Osborn (Cinematographer), Jack White (Co-writer/Actor) and Nicholas Cox (Producer)
LUCEM is a light – inspired shooting puzzle game where the player solves puzzles involving mirrors, lenses, prisms and more. Created by RMIT University Game Design students: Marcus Geary, Jason Low, Kay Nguyen and Sehan Jayaweera.
Copy Paste Skate by RMIT University's Exertion Games Lab. Featured in Channel 10's Scope. It explores novel uses of technology to enhance the experience of doing skateboarding tricks. It provides a thought provoking example of how interactive technology can have value beyond the context of performance-focused sports.
Flash, an animation, was created by Glenn Cornelius Hatton during RMIT Master of Creative Media studies. For more info on the Master of Creative Media program go to http://www.rmit.edu.au/programs/mc142
'Thermal thrusters are activated!' Galaxy Blues was produced by Simon Rose, an Indigenous filmmaker during Bachelor of Arts (Multimedia) studies at RMIT University. Find out more about these programs on the RMIT website: Bachelor of Arts (Multimedia) http://www.rmit.edu.au/programs/bp203