VCA students take home awards

A TEENAGE love story, Northkids, directed by Jonathan Leahy was named best production at the Village Roadshow presentation of VCA Film and TV School graduate films. Andrew Kavanagh, whose At The Formal scooped prizes last year, picked up the award for most daring and innovative undergraduate student for the second year running with Men Of The Earth, a puzzling allegory set on a building site. Other notable films include Escape (Luran Xiao, best cinematography), Bino (Billie Pleffer) and Kin ...

A TEENAGE love story, Northkids, directed by Jonathan Leahy was named best production at the Village Roadshow presentation of VCA Film and TV School graduate films. Andrew Kavanagh, whose At The Formal scooped prizes last year, picked up the award for most daring and innovative undergraduate student for the second year running with Men Of The Earth, a puzzling allegory set on a building site. Other notable films include Escape (Luran Xiao, best cinematography), Bino (Billie Pleffer) and Kin (Rudolf Fitzgerald-Leonard, best undergraduate production). Screenings of films by new graduates continue until Saturday at ACMI. PAUL KALINA

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