Discover the latest film and television news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
What superheroes looked like in 2015
Wed 16 Dec 2015
The ubiquitous superhero finally seems to be growing up and moving on.
Swinburne film and television graduates take out top ATOM award
Mon 30 Nov 2015
The Summer of ABC burns has been recognised as the best tertiary short fiction film.
Melbourne International Games Week
Fri 23 Oct 2015
Asia Pacific’s largest digital games event, Melbourne International Games Week, was today launched at Swinburne's Hawthorn campus.
It's Back to the Future Day today – so what are the next future predictions?
Wed 21 Oct 2015
To mark back to the Future Day, Swinburne Lecturer Philip Branch discusses what he would predict for the technologies in use 30 years from now.
Swinburne alumni films on show
Mon 21 Sep 2015
Swinburne is partnering with Lido Cinemas to launch a monthly series that will screen alumni films, followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker.
The science and fiction behind Blade Runner
Fri 28 Aug 2015
Science is everywhere in the cinema. But what are the facts behind these entertaining fictions? Swinburne's Katharine Adcroft explains.
The resolutely unpredictable Rolf de Heer
Wed 12 Aug 2015
The best-ever account of an Australian director? Swinburne's Brian McFarlane reviews Jane Freebury’s survey of the director’s eclectic career.
Swinburne wins 12 awards at the 48th Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
Fri 29 May 2015
The annual Worldfest Houston International Film Festival has again proven a success for Swinburne's Film and Television students.
Swinburne Film and TV community collaborates for St Kilda Film Festival 2015
Tue 26 May 2015
Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media alumni have teamed up with a scriptwriting teacher on 'The Red Circle'.
TV 2025: rethinking small screen media in Australia
Thu 21 May 2015
By conducting questionnaires with senior people from the TV industry, Swinburne researchers have predicted the possible future of Australian TV industry.