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5/11

Videos for Change 2020 Exclusive Screening

Join a national community of young people, keen to make a positive difference! We are excited to invite you to attend the Videos for Change Film Festival Summit Screening, which is to be held online - for the first time - in 2020!
4/11

Digital Afrodance Classes

Get the family together and join expert facilitator, Grace, for free, fun and dynamic cultural dance classes in the comfort of your own home.
3/11

Inspiration Playlist: JAMO

We asked the artists - and creative types - that have performed at Bunjil Place to create a Spotify playlist that inspires their work - past, present and future. Have a listen and you could find some new jams to rock you out of lockdown.
22/10

Hitchcock Haunted House Month

With Halloween almost upon us we thought it fitting to turn our attention to one of the greatest filmmakers of all-time, ‘the Master of Suspense’ himself, Sir Alfred Hitchcock. During his illustrious career Hitchcock made over 50 films spanning across six decades with 46 Oscar nominations.
22/10

Hitchcock's Menacing Houses by Alicia Byrnes

It is strange to return to Rebecca (1940), Psycho (1960) and The Birds (1963), with an eye on architecture, in the midst of a strict lockdown. I, like all Melbournians, have developed a new relationship with my home over the past many months.
4/10

Bailey's Art Club has arrived!

Welcome to our NEW digital space developed especially for children and families to get creative and share their magnificent work.
1/10

15 Facts You Didn’t Know About Hitchcock’s Scariest Films

Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2020, so we thought it only fitting to celebrate the scary horror masterpiece for Halloween. Whilst Psycho may be his most famous film, all of Hitchcock’s flicks have been known to contain some interesting (and spooky) facts about their production.