academic

Kim Munro is a filmmaker, artist and teacher from Melbourne, Australia.

 

publications

Book Chapters

2017 (forthcoming). Hybrid Practices and Voice-making in Contemporary Female Documentary Film. Female Authorship & Documentary Image. Ed. Anna Backman Rogers & Boel Ulfsdotter. Edinburgh University Press.

 

presentations

2016, August. ‘The Archive of Alone’. Melbourne, Australia. Centre of Contemporary Photography ‘Echo Chamber’ series.

2016, August. ‘Voicing the Alone: polyvocality as cartography in the expanded field of documentary’. Visible Evidence Conference. Bozeman, Montana.

2016, July. ‘Participating in Aloneness’. ASPERA Conference. University of Canberra

2016, June. ‘Participatory practices in documentary: Where are we now?. Screening Futures Conference. RMIT University, Melbourne.

2016, April. ‘Aloneness Project’. Docuverse Snapshots. RMIT University

2015, December. ‘New explorations in non-linearity’. Graduate Research Conference, RMIT University, Melbourne.

2015, November. ‘The mobile diary’. MINA (Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa) Conference, RMIT University

2015, June. ‘Alone, I cannot be’. Graduate Research Conference, RMIT University

2015, May. ‘The essay film as address’. World Cinema and the Essay Film, Reading University, United Kingdom

2013, September. ‘Documentary and its Impact’. Guest Lecture, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan.

 

education

2015 –  PhD (Media & Communication), RMIT University

2011 – 2014  Master of Arts (Media), La Trobe University

2008  Graduate Diploma of Film & TV (Documentary), VCA Melbourne University

2004 – 2007  Master of Applied Linguistics, Monash University

1998 – 2000  Bachelor of Fine Art (photography), VCA Melbourne University

 

teaching

I have taught at: Swinburne University, La Trobe University and RMIT University.

Teaching areas include: cinema studies, short film production, documentary theory and production, photography, participatory practices in documentary, interactive documentary, film production management, industry engagement and organisation.