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UTS Associate Professor Gill Leahy and her dog, Baxter

Baxter and me, a new film by Gill Leahy

In this charming documentary film, director Gill Leahy (Associate Professor, Media Arts and Production UTS) combines her two great passions: dogs and film.
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Colourful pattern with the word 'News' in the centre. Image by David Michalzuk, Flickr

UTSpeaks: The Lost Estate

Featuring three media leaders, this lecture explores turbulence in news making and considers journalism’s future — Thursday, 2 June 2016, 6pm-8.30pm, The Great Hall, Tower Building 1.
“The Silences” is a new personal essay documentary film by Margot Nash (Senior Lecturer, UTS:Communication) about the tangled bonds, secret histories and unspoken traumas of family life.
In this charming documentary film, director Gill Leahy (Associate Professor, Media Arts and Production UTS) combines her two great passions: dogs and film.
UTS: Communication graduate Genevieve Clay-Smith, the 2015 UTS Young Alumni Award recipient, Tropfest winner and 2015 NSW Young Australian of the Year, is the co-founder of Bus Stop Films, a not-for-profit organisation transforming the lives of people with disabilities.
How does a Sick Little Monkey become a taxi driver, film librarian and author? Just ask Jon Steiner. In 2000, Steiner moved to Australia. Five years later, he enrolled in UTS’s Graduate Diploma of Creative Writing. Earlier this year, he released his first book.