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.
After completing her Honours in Film and TV studies at Monash, career success for Hayley Summers was just around the corner.
Hayley is now the Music ... Read more
For Anders Furze, studies in Film and TV has led to varied career outcomes. But fostering curious and critical thinking was the key lesson learnt ... Read more
MFJ Film and Screen Studies staff and students visited the ABC Studios in Elsternwick on April 18 to be part of the studio audience for ... Read more
Monash Arts Film & Screen Studies PhD alumni Sian Mitchell, Kirsten Stevens, Whitney Monaghan and Janice Loreck are behind the inaugural Melbourne Women in Film ... Read more
Screening Melbourne, an exciting conference and events program, was held in the the CBD recently, which involved moving attendees through the city to experience its history, materiality and ... Read more
Australian Film Festivals: Audience, Place and Exhibition Culture is the first book to offer an in-depth examination of the history, operation, and growth of film ... Read more
Monash Film and Screen Studies’ Associate Professor Belinda Smaill has produced a book, Regarding Life: Animals and the Documentary Moving Image, which has been published ... Read more
Senior lecturer in Film and Screen Studies, Dr Claire Perkins has co-edited an exciting new book reframing American women’s independent cinema. Independent films by women ... Read more
Monash’s School of Media, Film and Journalism applauds the work of Dr Janice Loreck, who has made an impressive contribution to the discipline of film ... Read more
Hazara Australian filmmaker Abdullah Ferjad screens and discusses his short film ‘Let’s wash the eyes’.
Film synopsis: Hamid is a photographer. He sees everything as black ... Read more
The School of Media, Film and Journalism, with thanks to Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation, presents:
Documenting the Arctic Sublime
Public Lecture: Professor Michael Renov
This talk examines how ... Read more
The brand-new and exciting Film and Screen Studies (FSS) Film Society is hosting a series of film screenings where people from FSS can share the ... Read more
Monash University’s School of Media, Film and Journalism ran a workshop, The future of Film Studies in the age of Media Studies, at the Monash Media ... Read more
Dr Tess Dwyer joins the Film and Screen Studies academic team at Monash University, based at Caulfield campus.
Dr Dwyer teaches long-form television, which is a new ... Read more
Monash University’s School of Media, Film and Journalism’s HDR candidate and sessional lecturer, Shweta Kishore, has taken up the position of lecturer at the Centre ... Read more
A public lecture with New York University Cinema Studies expert, Professor Dana Polan
Illustrated with a variety of clips, The Square Screen: A Reflection on Unhip ... Read more
Film and Screen Studies, School of Media, Film and Journalism and Asian Cultural and Media Studies Research Cluster, Monash Asia Institute present …
A public seminar with ... Read more
Film and Screen Studies staff, and the Monash community, are saddened to hear of the death of alumni student, Adrian Slattery, on May 14, 2016. ... Read more
In his only Melbourne engagement, acclaimed author Luc Sante talks about the why and how of his recent book, The Other Paris (2016), including a ... Read more
Monash’s School of Media, Film and Journalism academic Associate Professor Constantine Verevis has been invited as a speaker for the Seriality, Seriality, Seriality conference in ... Read more