Win a double pass to see The BBQ, the new Australian comedy in cinemas February 22.
Catch up on shows you might have missed this year or get around to the ones you’ve always wanted to see! Nicole Wong recommends six shows you absolutely should binge-watch these holidays.
The biggest anime festival in Australia returns for another otaku-crazed year of fun! Wing Kuang has the details on what to expect at Madman Anime Festival 2017.
Four Indonesians reveal what life is like as an LGBT individual in a Muslim-majority country in documentary, Proud To Be Me. Tam Tran has more on the documentary and its free screening.
See Greek cinema in all its splendour as the 24th edition of the Greek Film Festival returns this year! Yasmin Khushairi has the highlights.
International students aren’t watching Aussie TV but maybe they will after seeing these shows. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Yiwen ‘Evita’ Gong, Jiamin ‘Gillian’ Wang and Hoiyi ‘Hedi’ Yuen collect first-time reactions of international students as they watch some of Australia’s better programming choices on TV.
Win a double pass to see Ali’s Wedding, the new Australian comedy that has won over audiences all around the country! Tam Tran has more.
Where are the best places to see world cinema in Melbourne? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Elle Ryu, Carol Wang, Benjamin Lee find out.
Submit a film you’ve made about life at uni and stand a chance to win $500! Emmelyn Vincent has more details on the Uni Life Film Festival.
Melbourne is an amazing place for people who are interested in the nerdier things in life. Comic book collectors, anime
This year’s Indian Film Festival Melbourne (IFFM) will celebrate diversity through 60 films in 20 different languages. Samantha Chew brings you the highlights.
In the last episode of International Student, Ronny relies on cold and flu tablets and Wei Jun’s notes in hope that he could ace the test, but the universe has something else in mind for him. Trinh Le has the details.