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In September, UTS journalism students were invited by the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas to produce a short documentary on the Antidote Festival, held at the Sydney Opera House.

The festival tackled some big questions – Who Gets to Speak, How to Cover Climate Change and of particular interest to journalism students, how to convince governments that see it otherwise, that journalism is not a crime.

So, Daniella Scotti, Rhiannon Soliman-Marron, Hannah Taylor and Georgio Platias, went along to document the big thinkers ‘thinking through” these questions.

(Photo: Monica Attard)
UTS students Rhiannon Soliman-Marron, Daniella Scotti and Hannah Taylor prepare to document the Antidote Festival

 

Video shot, scripted, narrated and edited by students Rhiannon Soliman-Marron, Daniella Scotti, Hannah Taylor and Georgios Platias (pictured above). 

*With thanks to the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism & Ideas, the University of Technology Sydney and Sydney Opera House.