Melbourne coffee culture’s changes the lives of two baristas, who find passion in a double-shot.
This cat cafe is a second chance for Melbourne’s cats. ALEXANDRA WANG and JASMINE DUAN explore a labor of love.
The streets of St Kilda experienced through a dark essay film narrative.
Smoking Points depicts a wander around the city, exploring the smoking points of Melbourne, from a personal perspective.
Topothesia looks at the ways the sensory information coming from busy urban environments informs experiences, highlights the importance of accessible infrastructure, and challenges notions of what is neurologically “typical”.
With a driving rhythm, Beat explores the city over the course of an ordinary day through music and montage, to reveal Melbourne’s animalism.
A day, in a city full of people and full of chances. A day of moments. This continues a series of short creative documentaries from students in Film and Screen Studies units at Monash.