30s TVCs

Making the World a Little Smaller (Amanda's story)

While studying the Bachelor of Applied Science (Aviation) at RMIT University, Amanda completed a final year project where she became a network analyst. Building on travel data, she explored how customers could benefit from new routes.

- Client: RMIT University
- Directed by Filip Laureys
- Producers: Melinda Crighton, Kat Aspinall, Sarah Stow

Simulating Galaxies with Maths

Professor Alan Duffy is a specialist in dark matter, dark energy and galaxy formation & cosmology. He is the Lead Scientist of the Royal Institution of Australia and a Professor at Swinburne University.

- Client: Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute
- Directed by: Filip Laureys.
- Producers: Kristin Marriner, Marie Trbovic

Engineers are Problem Solvers (Claudia's story)

We can all have good ideas, even great ones, but what sets success apart from failure is knowing how to break down a problem and how to turn this idea into something real. At Multiplex, I work with contractors on inspecting structural features.

-Client: RMIT University
- Directed by Filip Laureys
- Producer: Melinda Crighton, Kat Aspinall, Sarah Stow

Top 5 Chef Skills that you need to know

The Gordon chefs learn the art of:  
Filleting fish, butchering lamb, smoking quail, decorating a gateau and baking bread.


- Client: The Gordon TAFE
- Directed by: Filip Laureys
- Producers: Mardi Spittle, Leonie Mills

Choose Maths Short Films

Simulating Galaxies with Maths

Professor Alan Duffy is a specialist in dark matter, dark energy and galaxy formation & cosmology. He is the Lead Scientist of the Royal Institution of Australia and a Professor at Swinburne University.

- Client: Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute
- Directed by: Filip Laureys.
- Producers: Kristin Marriner, Marie Trbovic

- Running time: 3m:00s

Making an Impact with Maths (full video)

Dr Kylie Hollins has a PhD in Advanced Analytics and Modelling. She is currently a Board Director for not-for-profit organisations spanning from Education to Aged Care.

- Client: Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute
- Filmed & Edited by: Filip Laureys
- Producer: Kristin Marriner

- Running time: 3m:41s

Fighting Fire with Maths (full video)

Cassie Pennicuik is a Program Manager at the Country Fire Authority, running the Project Management Office for their Service Delivery Directorate (Fire & Emergency Management) and the Major Project Portfolio of the Growth Programs.

- Client: Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute
- Filmed & Edited by: Filip Laureys
- Producer: Kristin Marriner

- Running time: 3m:00s

Lyndal Henden - Fighting Malaria with Maths

Lyndal Henden is a Post Doc Researcher at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. Her research focuses on finding patterns of natural selection in malaria.

- Client: Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute
- Filmed & Edited by: Filip Laureys
- Producer: Kristin Marriner

- Running time: 3m:13s

University Promotional Videos

Making the World a Little Smaller: Aviation at RMIT

Follow the stories of Amanda, Carl and Kerry and see how their studies in aviation are giving them a chance to become a part of an industry that makes the world a little smaller.

- Client: RMIT University
- Directed by Filip Laureys
- Producer: Melinda Crighton, Kat Aspinall, Sarah Stow

- Running time: 3m:20s

Find the career that's right for you

Find out why international students choose to study at The Gordon Institute of TAFE - winner of the Australian Large Training Provider of the Year Award.

- Client: The Gordon TAFE in Geelong
- Filmed & Edited by: Filip Laureys
- Producer: Ally Scale

- Running time: 2m:59s

Ola Olupeka (full video)

When Ola was working as a vet back home in Nigeria, he saw many animals die from incurable diseases. Hoping to make a difference in veterinary medicine, he came to Australia to study Master of Biotechnology at RMIT. 


- Client: RMIT University 

- Filming and editing: Filip Laureys
- Producer: Jung Bin “Binny” Park

- Running time: 2m:10s

Joshua Barker: Exchange Student at RMIT Vietnam

Joshua Barker is an RMIT student who spent a semester at RMIT Vietnam. The opportunity to spend a semester in Vietnam and to work with Vietnamese students on industry projects was a life-changing experience that has prepared Joshua for life and work.

- Client: RMIT University
- Filmed & Edited by: Filip Laureys
- Producer: Kate Rintoul

- Running time: 4m:05s

Mohammed Aldakhil:
Entrepreneurship Student at RMIT University

Mohammed is sponsored by the Saudi government to undertake his business degree at RMIT. His dream is to take his knowledge back to Saudi Arabia to contribute to the economy and serve the community. 

- Client: RMIT University
- Filmed & Edited by: Filip Laureys
- Producer: Jung Bin "Binny" Park

- Running time: 3m:58s

Anar Baasanbat:
VCE Student at RMIT University (full video)

Anar is an RMIT VCE (Year 12) student, originally from Mongolia. Through the variety of subjects offered in VCE, Anar was able to learn what she enjoys doing and what she is good at. 

- Client: RMIT University
- Filmed & Edited by: Filip Laureys
- Producer: Jung Bin "Binny" Park

- Running time: 2m:50s

Time Lapse Videos of Melbourne and Victoria

Melbourne HDR Timelapse

In Melbourne we have a saying "If you don't like the weather, just wait a moment..." I love this great city, you never know what to wear, but making this timelapse and getting rained on five times a day was pretty fun.. 

- Client: Deakin University
- Filmed & Edited by: Filip Laureys
- Producer: Jacqueline Taylor

- Running time: 3m:38s

Victoria in HDR: Geelong & Surf Coast Timelapse

Summer of 2013 I had a chance to travel the amazing surf coast in Victoria (Australia) and create another video as a follow up to the Melbourne HDR Timelapse. The weather has been absolutely wild - as always in Victoria and so some really nice shots were born. 

- Client: Deakin University
- Filmed & Edited by: Filip Laureys
- Producer: Jacqueline Taylor

- Running time: 4m:13s

 
 
 

The Language of Maths

The world is made of ideas, and the only way to share these ideas is to speak the same language. That language, is maths.

Spoken word poetry meets stunning imagery to tell the story of Maths and Science.

- Client: Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute
- Filmed & Edited by: Filip Laureys
- Producer: Kristin Marriner

- Running time: 1m:47s

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