AFTRS film students are among the many people in the film industry affected by restrictions. Mel Maltby has a chat to Angelina Tsinganos Cortazzo, about her experience as an AFTRS film student completing the course during Sydney’s strictest COVID-19 lockdown.
In April last year, it was said the adoption rates in Canberra doubled amid the rise of the pandemic. RSPCA ACT chief executive Michelle Robertson said that was a good thing — but only if customers were able to keep their animals happy, healthy and homed after the pandemic.
The term “anniversary” feels wrong to use on a day like this. It has been 20 years since the devastating attack on the Twin Towers in New York City, known as the “9/11 Terrorist Attacks”.
On today’s episode of The Breakdown, Mel Maltby chats to Grace Rouvray about how working remotely has impacted her job as a post-production and visual effect producer. Mel also meets Becky, a professional pole dancer and teacher based in Sydney.
On this episode of The Breakdown, Mel Maltby heard from AFTRS film students on their experience studying remotely, and how eco-friendly living has been on hold for many people in recent times, but social media has stepped up to continue spreading awareness.