Beyond the Big Screen

Out for Blood: Identity, Colonialism and Vampires in Firebite

Adelaide Dreams Electric: Immersive Possibilities at Adelaide Fringe

Mining the Past: Mythmaking and Identity in New Gold Mountain

It’s a Woman’s World: Essentialism and Wellness Culture in Creamerie

Every Minute Counts: TikTok Comes of Age in Scattered

On the Precipice: Real and Unreal Worlds in Wakefield

Flies on the Locker-room Walls: The Managed Candour of Making Their Mark

Muted Suffering: Myopia and Missed Opportunities in Stateless

Mother’s Apron Strings: Operation Buffalo and the Discomfort with Australian History

Sweet, Sour and Spicy Country: Isolation as Performance in Warwick Thornton’s The Beach

Signs and Wonders: Bringing The Luminaries to Screen

Hidden Idols and Clued-in Contenders: The Evolution of Australian Survivor

‘Rummaging Through the Rubble’: Creative Constraints in Prototype’s Rapid-response Care Package

Both Your Houses: Representation and Power Relations in Total Control

Playing a Part: Neurodiversity and Self-discovery in Sex and Death

Critical Hits: Australian Independent Videogames Today

Envisioned Presences: Future Dreaming, Passenger and the Continuing Evolution of Virtual Reality

Twisted Sisters: Invention and Isolation in Foxtel’s Lambs of God

Watch List: Melbourne WebFest 2019 and the Continued Rise of Web Series

Top Dogs: The ABC’s Bluey and Australian Children’s Animation

Not Kidding Around: Australian–Asian Children’s Television Co-productions

A School of Fishers: Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries and the Lineage of a Franchise

Working-class Heroes: ABC’s The Heights and Social Stratification

The Parochial Fantastic: Australian Television Fantasy in Bloom and Tidelands

Crooked Histories: Underbelly and Australian Self-mythologisation

Trauma Tourism: The Complicated Comedy of Hannah Gadsby’s Nanette

Tough Chick: Bad Cops and Difficult Women in SBS’s Dead Lucky

Hard Pill to Swallow: Vitamania and the Science Behind Supplements

Recurring Nightmares: Dark Australian Classics Reimagined

Pride in Protest: The ABC’s Riot and the Birth of Mardi Gras

Tip of the Landfill: The ABC’s War on Waste

Mirth and Malady: Homecoming Queens and Depicting Chronic Illness

Swapping Goats for Snakes: Australian Survivor, Narrative Complexity and Audience Expectations

Scars of Empathy: The ABC’s Pulse and the Medical Drama

Glitched Visions: Challenging Australian Cultural and Televisual Conventions

Perspective Shifts: Guilt and Grief in the ABC’s Seven Types of Ambiguity

Dinner Conversations: SBS’s The Chefs’ Line and Cultural Authenticity in Food Programming

Fish in and Out of Water: The Embodied Erotics of Class and Sport in Barracuda

No Spandex Required: Cleverman, Indigenous Stories and the New Superhero

Comedy Is Kin: The Family Law and Diverse Television