List of Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology People - Entertainment and Media - Film and Television

Film and Television

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Hamish Blake RMITV production classes member of the comedy double act Hamish & Andy
Kyla Brettle faculty documentary filmmaker
Damian Callinan Grad Dip Arts comedian and media personality
Tim Ferguson faculty comedian and author; former member of the comedy troupe the Doug Anthony All Stars
Corinne Grant RMITV production classes comedian and media personality
Cliff Green, OAM Dip Writing Emmy and Saturn award-nominated screenwriter
Peter Helliar RMITV production classes comedian and media personality
Andy Lee RMITV production classes member of the comedy double act Hamish & Andy
Rove McManus RMITV production classes media personality, producer and three-time Gold Logie Award-winning host of Rove Live
Josie Parrelli RMITV production classes media personality; creator and host of the ARIA Award-winning DVDs Chartbusting 80s
John Safran attended AFI Award-winning documentary filmmaker
Ryan Shelton RMITV production classes comedian and media personality; radio host on Nova 100
Deb Verhoeven former faculty film critic and academic; Deputy Chair of Australia's National Film and Sound Archive
James Wan BA (Multimedia) filmmaker; created and directed the Saw films
Leigh Whannell BA (Multimedia) filmmaker; created and acted in the Saw films

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