Discover the latest film and television news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Cleverman: our first Aboriginal screen superhero
Thu 26 May 2016
A new Australian superhero is coming to our television screens soon, writes Dr Liam Burke.
Swinburne plays starring role at WorldFest Houston
Mon 11 Apr 2016
Film and television students will have their films screening at prestigious film festival.
Swinburne ranks as top uni under 50 years old
Thu 07 Apr 2016
The Times Higher Education Top 150 under 50 features Swinburne as a rising star.
Batman v Superman
Thu 24 Mar 2016
Media studies lecturer Dr Liam Burke reviews the movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Students want course flexibility and career development
Fri 04 Mar 2016
New survey results show how critical it is for Australian universities to focus on graduate employability.
The Hateful Eight: review and cast interview
Wed 20 Jan 2016
Media studies lecturer Dr Liam Burke reviews the movie Hateful Eight, starring Quentin Tarantino
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.