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“Lift scoops Official Selection and three award nominations at Melbourne WebFest 2019” MadKids, 18 May 2019

“Friday May 17 Announced As Melbourne WebFest Program Launch Date”FilmInk, 2019

“The growing community behind web series: Meet Melbourne WebFest” Rabelais, 6 August 2018

5 must watch web series from down under” Webvee Guide, 23 August 2018.

“An Exploding Space: Melbourne WebFest” Screenhub, 2 July 2018

“Screenings, panels, workshops and more at Melbourne WebFest 2018” Art News Portal, 7 June 2018

Mashed Up the series” Webvee Guide, 23 August 2017.

Mashed Up a sure hit,’ upstart 11 August 2017.

“La Trobe University student series ‘Mashed Up’ releases 10 August” Art News Portal, 7 August 2017.

From The Katering Show to Fighting Isis: eight of the best Australian web series” The Guardian, 13 July 2017.

“The incredible growth of Australian web series” Radio National 4, July 2017.

Luke Eve’s ‘High Life’ takes home three awards at Melbourne WebFest” if 4 July 2017.

“‘Goober’ wins Best Australian Comedy at Melbourne WebFest” Epicfilms, 3 July 2017.

“Melbourne WebFest – classy winners hammer message of change” Screen Hub, 3 July 2017.

“How web series are shaking up Australia’s screen industry” The Conversation, 30 June 2017.

“Open letter from Skit Box about the importance of Melbourne WeFest” scenestr., 28 June 2017.

Lauren Colosimo, Communications Manager on Sunday Arts Magazine, Joy, 28 June 2017

Festival Director Steinar Ellingsen, Content Director Alexander Hipwell and LA Filmmaker Christopher Leone on Multi-StoriedRRR radio 28 June 2017.

Festival Director Steinar Ellingsen on Byte Into It, RRR, radio 7 June 2017.

“Steinar Ellingsen – MWF Festival Director” netTVnow, 14 July 2016.

“Melbourne WebFest Report 2016”, by Shane Savage, WebVee Guide 8 July 2016.

“Melbourne WebFest winners unveiled” IF Magazine, 7 July 2016.

“2016 Melbourne WebFest – John Cabrera Interview” Subculture Media, 29 June 2016.

“WebFest brings new media skills to public forum” The Sydney Morning Herald, 8 July 2015

‘Australia’s only Web Series Festival’ featuring Festival Director Steinar Ellingsen and How To Talk Australians Director and co-creator Tony Rogers, The Drawing Room, ABC Radio National, 7 July 2015.

“Melbourne WebFest rewards Australian web content creators” Inside Film, 6 July 2015.

“Melbourne WebFest: Celebrating on-demand streaming” Scenestr., 3 July 2015.

“Web series a booming success with Melbourne WebFest 2015 lineup bigger than ever at Federation Square” Leader, 3 July 2013.

“Podcast episode 51: Melbourne WebFest Director Steinar Ellingsen” WebVee Guide, 2 July 2015.

Festival Director Steinar Ellingsen on Byte Into ItRRR radio, 10 June 2015.

“Melbourne WebFest reveals 2015 nominees” upstart, 14 May 2015.

“Melbourne Web Fest Honors Top Web Series Talent” by Sam Gutelle. Tubefilter, 30 July 2014.

“Playbig’s Luke Eve wins Grand Jury Award + Best Comedy at Melbourne WebFest 2014 for ‘Low Life'”Campaign Brief, 23 July, 2014.

“Noirhouse director Shaun Wilson picks up Melbourne WebFest award for Tasmanian black comedy series” by Emma Hope. The Mercury 23 July 2014.

WebVee Guide’s Issue 54 was entirely dedicated to Melbourne WebFest.

“Melbourne WebFest creates cinema experience for internet video” by Simon Brown, ABC Online 15 July, 2014.

“Your new favourite show could be getting its star right here” Pedestrian 23 June, 2014.

“A sign of the times” FilmInk, 11 March 2013.

“Melbourne‘s Web Series Festival 2013!”  by Brian Peel, The Aussie Word, 12 April 2013.

“Web series hit Melbourne” by Rachel Wagner, upstart, 18 April 2013.

“Interview with Steinar Ellingsen about Melbourne WebFest”  by Timothy Duquesne, published on Soundcloud, 31 March 2013.

“Kongsbergkar drar i gang ny festival i Melbourne” (Norwegian) by Eigil Kittang Ramstad, Laagendalsposten, 25 March 2013.

“Winter York to perform at Melbourne WebFest this Saturday” by Nikita Andrea, Raindrops and Rooftops, 15 July 2013.