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Curtin University of Technology

Perth, Australia

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Deptartment of Film, Television, and Screen Arts
Building 209 3rd Floor Room 324
Bentley Campus
Perth, Western Australia 6102

Tel. +61 8 9266 7077
Email. via the contact form

Are foreign students accepted?

Courses Offered
Under Graduate Degree (Bachelors), Under Graduate Degree (Bachelors), Graduate Degree (Masters), Graduate Degree (Masters), Post-Graduate (PhD etc), Post-Graduate (PhD etc),

Producing (Film),

Camera Formats Used
MiniDV, MiniDV, Pro DV (DVCAM/DVCPRO), Pro DV (DVCAM/DVCPRO), HDV, HDV, Film (16mm), Film (16mm), Analogue (VHS/SVHS/Hi8), Analogue (VHS/SVHS/Hi8),

Post-Production Systems Used
Apple Final Cut Pro, Apple Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid, Avid, Other, Other,

Average Age of Equipment
Less than 2 years

Reviews of Curtin University of Technology

Ben Former Student, 23-Jul-2001
I attended Curtin in the early 1990s. At the time, the film school was in transition and very disorganised. We did get to shoot a short film on 16mm and make two documentaries for SBS Television, but the quality of the teaching and resources had a lot to be desired. I hear that the couse has changed dramtically since then and it is now possible to a Bachelor of Arts (Film & Television) rather than the English degree with a film major that I had to do.

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Guide to Film School Ratings


Awesome - this school rocks!


Good - worth the effort.


Adequate - you'll learn something useful.


Poor - but beggars can't be choosers.


Dire - don't waste your time!


Unrated - the jury is still out

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