Welcome to the new School of Media, Film and Journalism, part of the Arts Faculty at Monash University.
MFJ is located at the Caulfield campus in Melbourne.
The school offers a comprehensive approach to learning and engaging with contemporary societies through Media and Communications, Film and Screen Studies and Journalism.
Our new school attracts outstanding and award-winning staff and students by combining cutting-edge media practice with the world-class research environment of a prestigious Group of Eight (Go8) university.
Our students graduate with a broad range of communication skills, critical thinking skills and agility that equip them to participate and thrive in a fast-changing world.
Associate Professor Mia Lindgren
Head of Media, Film and Journalism
David Lynch and David Bowie: Outside / Twin Peaks
In 2016, we await the miracle of a new Twin Peaks season from David Lynch, … Continue reading David Lynch and David Bowie: Outside / Twin Peaks
Meeting the Rebel Master of the World Cinema
Recently, Monash University Doctoral Researcher Moynul Alam (Moynul Shaon) had the rare opportunity to meet … Continue reading Meeting the Rebel Master of the World Cinema
The Cinema of Sean Penn to launch in St Kilda
Monash University’s Associate Professor Deane Williams, an expert in film and screen studies, will celebrate the launch of his new book, The Cinema of Sean Penn: In and Out of Place at Readings, Acland St, St Kilda on February 25 at 6pm.
PhD Scholarships in Australian Film, Television and Media History
Three full-time, funded, scholarships available for PhD candidates to undertake research into Utilitarian Filmmaking in … Continue reading PhD Scholarships in Australian Film, Television and Media History
Public Lecture: Lesley Stern – How Does (the) Cinema Feel About (the) Animal?
On Thursday November 12th, renowned film scholar Professor Lesley Stern presented a public lecture at … Continue reading Public Lecture: Lesley Stern – How Does (the) Cinema Feel About (the) Animal?
Getting to know … Therese Davis
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 Indigenous filmmaker.
New Directions in Screen Studies
A group of Monash Film and Screen Studies postgraduates have been especially busy over … Continue reading New Directions in Screen Studies
Calling all students! AFI membership offer
Want to attend free advanced screenings of Australian film and TV? Want to chat with … Continue reading Calling all students! AFI membership offer
Martin launches Mise en Scène and Film Style
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 Hollywood to New Media Art, on February 26.
CFP – Cinema at the End of the World
International Conference 16–19 November 2015 Call for Papers Every day hundreds of people travel back … Continue reading CFP – Cinema at the End of the World
CFP – New Directions in Screen Studies
Call for Papers New Directions in Screen Studies: A National Conference for Postgraduates and Early … Continue reading CFP – New Directions in Screen Studies
Under Construction Seminar Series 2015
2-4 pm in Room H805/06.Caulfield Campus. First Monday of every month during Semester Next Session: … Continue reading Under Construction Seminar Series 2015