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Ms

Siobhan Jackson

Senior Lecturer In Film And Television
Victorian College Of The Arts
silent cinema
improviation
practice led research
screen language
cinematic language
cinema
screenwriting
super 8, in-camera editing, black & white, film, intuitive, celluloid, micro films
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Ms

Siobhan Jackson

 
Division
Fine Arts And Music
 
Primary Interest
practice lead research
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Ms

Siobhan Jackson

 

Siobhan Jackson is a writer, director, teacher and researcher in the area of Film & Television production. In the late 1980's she gained a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting), from The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT).

Siobhan went on to study at Victorian College of the Arts, gaining a Graduate Diploma in Painting in 1994. Siobhan exhibited extensively until she returned to The Victorian College of the Arts and completed a Masters in Film and TV production in 2005. She has written and directed a number of award winning short films, completing a trilogy of short silent films collectively entitled 'Killing Her Quietly'. The first in this trilogy was a co-production with the University of Television and Film, Munich (HFF) the second made in conjunction with the University of Melbourne and the third made in China with the support of the Suzhou University. Siobhan has recently completed her first feature film, entitled, YOU CAN SAY VAGINA - collaboratively written and directed with Mischa Baka. She has also recently completed a silent, feature, screenplay adaptation of an award winning Australian novel. Siobhan holds a Masters Research degree from Melbourne University, Entitled - DUMBSTRUCK: Lessons in Silence. Her research is focused in the areas of practice lead research, the relevance and use of contemporary silent cinema and alternative models for creating story content and performance for the screen. Siobhan chairs the VCA Library Users Group (LUG).

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Projects

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Internal Research Grant


Additional Information

Siobhan, in collaboration with RMIT academic Allan Thomas, were the recent recipients of an ASPERA Creative Research Seed Grant. The grant is funding a research project entitled: Either side of the Looking Glass: reflections on knowing something about film and knowing something through film - an experiment in film making and thinking.

Scholarly Works

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Credentials

Positions

Positions


Senior Lecturer In Film And Television

Victorian College Of The Arts

Education

Education


The Master of Fine Arts (Film and Television)

University of Melbourne

Masters, Film and TV

Victorian College of the Arts

Graduate Diploma, Film and TV

Victorian College of the Arts

Graduate Diploma, Painting.

Victorian College of the Arts

Bachelor of Fine Art, Painting and Printmaking

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology