Capricious Childhood: Confronting Family Life in John Sheedy’s H Is for Happiness

Australian Mythology: The Selective Celebration of Rachel Griffiths’ Ride Like a Girl

A Familiar Track: Looking Under the Hood of Owen Trevor’s Go!

Seeing Through the Disguise: Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man

Shoot First, Ask Questions Later: Selina Miles’ Martha: A Picture Story

Unfinished Business: Fame, Mythology and Kasimir Burgess’ The Leunig Fragments

The Artist at Work: Catherine Hunter on Quilty: Painting the shadows

Bodies in Tension: Movement and Friction in Rebecca Tansley’s The Heart Dances – The Journey of The Piano: the ballet

Remembering Resistance: Class Politics and Amanda King’s The Great Strike 1917

Both Your Houses: Representation and Power Relations in Total Control

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

Dreams and Nightmares: The Animated Worlds of Satoshi Kon

Purposeful Provocation: Auteurism and Artistry in Takashi Miike’s First Love

Beyond Borders: Translation and Cultural Authenticity in Hirokazu Koreeda’s The Truth

Cinema Science: Coronavirus Through the Lens of Contagion

Peer to Peer: Helping Teens Navigate Friendship in the Age of Social Media

A Stealthy Revolution: Tradition and Destabilisation in Ousmane Sembéne’s Moolaadé

Skippy the Bush Kangaroo Revisited: Tony Bonner and Ken James on an Iconic Australian TV Show

Black Robe

Kicking the Door Down: Lessons from the Women in Screen Workshop

Our Industry on Life Support

All-access Pass? Film Festivals Go Viral

When Television Loses Its (Studio) Audience

Breathing Space: Negotiating Game Making Communities of Practice