Film and Screen Studies at Monash involves historical, textual and critical approaches to film and television.
We cover Australian, Asian and European national cinemas, earlier and contemporary popular Hollywood, alternative film and video, documentary film, Australian television, popular television genres and video practice.
Our school emphasises the variety of historical and critical modes of analysing film and television, and we encourage students to combine their film and television studies with other relevant and compatible units within the Faculty of Arts.
Three full-time, funded, scholarships available for PhD candidates to undertake research into Utilitarian Filmmaking in Australia 1945 – 1980, as part of a four-year Australian Read more
On Thursday November 12th, renowned film scholar Professor Lesley Stern presented a public lecture at the Monash Conference Centre. Sponsored by the Film and Screen Read more
Monash University film lecturer Associate Professor Therese Davis is co-writing a book about Australian Indigenous filmmaking with Dr Romaine Moreton, who is a philosopher and Read more
A group of Monash Film and Screen Studies postgraduates have been especially busy over the past few months, having organised what looks to be an Read more
Want to attend free advanced screenings of Australian film and TV? Want to chat with actors, filmmakers and producers? AACTA membership offers all this and Read more
Adrian Martin, an Adjunct Associate Professor in Film and Screen Studies at Monash University, launched his book, Mise en Scène and Film Style: From Classical Read more
16–19 November 2015
Call for Papers
Every day hundreds of people travel back and forth between southern countries,
including Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, New Zealand, Indonesia, Timor Read more
Call for Papers
New Directions in Screen Studies: A National Conference for Postgraduates and Early Career Researchers in Screen Studies
New Directions in Screen Studies is a Read more
2-4 pm in Room H805/06.Caulfield Campus. First Monday of every month during Semester
Next Session: 2nd March 2015
Under Construction is the School of Media, Film and Read more
The Digital Media as Method symposium was convened by Deane Williams. Held November 13-14 2014, it featured leading international researchers/practitioners in a critical consideration of Read more
Affect and Appropriation: Film Theory in the Digital Age
October 13, 2014. Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Federation Square.
Presented by The Research Unit in Film Read more
“New Directions in Indigenous filmmaking and performance: screenings and Q and A”. Presented by Dr Romaine Moreton and Lou Bennett
European Association for Studies of Australia Read more
India In Flux: Living Resistance at Melbourne International Film Festival 2014 is the first public presentation of a curated Indian documentary film programme in Australia.
Co-curator Read more
The School of Media, Film and Journalism hosted a fascinating preview of Transmission: The Journey from AIDS to HIV on Wednesday, July 16 at Monash University’s MADA building Read more
The School of Media, Film and Journalism is proud to host a special preview of Transmission: The Journey from AIDS to HIV.
The screening will be introduced by Staffan Read more
By Ye Yuan
On the sixth floor of the B building, not accessible via the commonly used escalators, lies a mysteriously hidden boutique cinema.
Stepping on to Read more
Dr Therese Davis and Dr Romaine Moreton present findings from their recently completed Screen Australia Research and Publication Partnership Program project and launch the new Read more
In a new special screening season, Monash University’s Film and Screen Studies presents The Grandmaster by Wong Kar-Wai.
The Grandmaster is Wong’s latest film, a highly Read more
Three Monash Film and Screen Studies academics presented at the SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies) 2014 Seattle Conference recently, showcasing the latest research in their Read more
A public lecture by renowned Australian composer Mary Finsterer followed by a screening of the historical drama South Solitary (2010), directed by the award-winning Shirley Read more