International Film Festival

Love watching movies, but too broke to afford expensive movie tickets? Then, this is the right event for you! Snacks are provided so you can enjoy the movie without feeling hungry!

UMSU International proudly presents it’s first ever International Film Festival featuring a variety of movies from all over the globe – from Japanese movies like Your Name (Kimi no Nawa) to the classic crowd favourite rom-coms such as Mamma Mia to Chinese films like The Mermaid (美人鱼), let us all celebrate diversity through films!

Where & When?

Date: 11-12th March

Time: 6.15pm – 10.30pm

Location: CLICK HERE

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This event is absolutely FREE OF CHARGE, so mark your calendars and grab a friend to go with you!

Sunny Movies @ The Rowdy

Wednesday 18 July, 2018
Rowden White Library, Level 2, Union House (Building 130)
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Non stop summer-themed movies all day! Pop into the Rowden White Library during Carnival Day for a dose of celluloid sun 🤩

Here’s the list of contenders:

  • Baywatch
  • Summer Wars
  • (500) Days Of Summer
  • Do The Right Thing
  • Holes
  • Moana
  • The Trip To Italy

Escape Melbourne’s winter cold while exploring the city’s coolest library!

Please do not study.

Game of Thrones Screening

From Monday 24 July, 11am & 1pm
Rowden White Library, Level 2, Union House

Winter is well and truly here! Of course, being at uni doesn’t mean that you can’t catch Game of Thrones as it goes to air around the world.

The new episodes will stream LIVE in the Rowden White every Monday at 11am, with a repeat screening at 1pm. No pre-registration required, but get in quick because there’s only so much room!

If you need to play catch-up, last week’s episode will also screen at 10am and 12pm.

The North remembers.

On this auspicious day, join us in the library for back to back screenings of Star Wars Episodes IV-VI and The Force Awakens!
In the Listening Room from 10am onwards.

May the Fourth



MUFFest is pleased to present the award winning film NO WAY TO FORGET (1996) and THE CONVINCING GROUND (Part 1) (2007) documentary by estemmed filmmaker Richard J. Frankland, to be followed by a post-show Q&A.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that the films may contain images and voices of people who have passed away.

Richard J. Frankland MA is one of Australia’s most experienced Aboriginal singer/songwriters, authors and film makers. Born in Melbourne, but raised mostly on the coast in south-west Victoria, Richard is a proud Gunditjmara man who has worked as a Soldier, Fisherman, and Field Officer during the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody.

His work with the Royal Commission led to his appearance as presenter in the award winning Australian documentary WHO KILLED MALCOLM SMITH?

Richard has written, directed and produced over fifty video, documentary and film projects including the award winning NO WAY TO FORGET, AFTER MABO, HARRY’S WAR and THE CONVINCING GROUND documentaries.


A short film that uses flashback to tell the story of Shane Francis’ (David Ngoombujarra) close encounters with the spirit and secular worlds during his work as a field officer for the Royal Commission into Deaths in Custody, haunted by the spirits of the past and tortured.

This two-part documentary looks at the traditional, historic and contemporary stories associated with the massacre of up to 60 Aboriginal people by whalers at the Convincing Ground, near the coastal town of Portland, Victoria in the 1830s.

Films will be open captioned
muffest-fb-student-filmsMUFFest is proud to host the premiere of a series of ORIGINAL films made by University of Melbourne students, with a diverse selection produced by:
  • University of Melbourne Filmmakers Collaborative (UMFC)
  • Inter-Collegian Activities Committee (ICAC)
  • Victorian College of the Arts (VCA Film and Television)

Entry will be pay what you can (minimum entry gold coin), and films will be screened in the Meeting Rooms on Level 2, Union House. We’re throwing open the meeting rooms and chucking down some beanbags and chairs so come early, eat some pizza, and join us for a night of great films made by talented emerging filmmakers!

We will also be screening our short film entries in the Listening Room, Rowden White Library from 5-8.30pm, 23rd-24th September. Drop by and vote for your favourites to win a prize!

Full program can be viewed here:

All films will be open captioned.


Screening every Monday from May 2nd at 11am, US simulcast.

Get in quick to secure your seat/bag!

The previous week’s episode also screening at 10am.

Both episodes repeated from 12pm.


Unfortunately Episode 1 premieres on Anzac Day (we’ll be shut!) HOWEVER, it’s repeated on Tuesday 26th!

Get in fast to secure your seat/bag.

Repeated at 2.30pm.

Episode 2 onwards will screen from Monday May 2nd at 11am.

We are pleased to announce regular, disability related film and TV screening and discussion events.

More information to come- check the website for more details on titles.

From Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter, this new drama series is set in 1970s New York. A ride through the sex- and drug-addled music business at the dawn of punk, disco, and hip-hop, the show is seen through the eyes of a record label president, Richie Finestra, played by Bobby Cannavale, who is trying to save his company and his soul without destroying everyone in his path.

Mondays 3:30pm