Lecturer in Screen Media, University of the Sunshine Coast
Matthew Sini has written film and TV criticism, book reviews, short fiction, essays and opinion pieces for various publications, including Overland, the ABC, Crikey, Televised Revolution, Peephole Journal, Filmshelf, Refractory, and The 500 Club.
He has also researched and taught university courses in media, screenwriting, film and television, genre fiction, cultural studies, and communication.
This years Eurovision Song Contest was perhaps the most controversial in its more than half a century history. Held in Tel Aviv, calls for boycotts rang out on social media and elsewhere because of Israels treatment of...