Transition Film Festival (TFF) is back this February to March with new lineups of amazing, and forward thinking
Damon Smith opens Mental As Everything by introducing himself to the viewer, recounting his tendency to carry a banana with
From podcasts to music and movies to books, here’s what kept Meld’s editorial team occupied and inspired in September.
Bored in lockdown? Our editorial team present the movies, music and books that kept them going in August – have a read for their top recommendations!
Tatiana, Meld’s Visual leader had a look into Youth on Strike! and their inspirational movement from this year’s Transition Film Festival.
Running out of shows to watch? Checkout on some of these queer web series.
Nannet was her breakout Netflix performance, now she is onto bigger and better things. Following her Australian performance at MICF, Hannah Gadsby has since gone on to have her own TED Talk. For those of you who missed out on her Aussie stint, Emily Hua has got you covered.
Be You – Be Scene wraps up with its final performance that brought laughter and tears to the audience. Emily reports on their portrayal of international student life.
Mental health has traditionally been stigmatised and seen as taboo but recently there has been a shift, more people are
Looking to get into queer cinema? Look no further. Natasya Salim brings you 6 coming of age movies that highlight sexuality and gender identity.
Check out these 6 films that you probably did not know were shot right here in Melbourne! Trinity College Foundation Studies students Amanda Lin, Nick Liu, and Trissy Xion has the details.
Jean Tong’s new play examines recent Malaysian history and mixes it in with the story of an overseas student. Nicole Wong shares her thoughts on this new play.