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MIFF Programmer @Al_Cossar encounters @wernerherzog @sundancefest https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=753NCmMIN1Y
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Congratulations to these two Oscar-nominated ‪#‎MIFF2015‬ Shorts winners: Everything Will Be Okay (winner of the City of Melbourne Grand Prix for Best Short Film) and We Can't Live Without Cosmos (winner of the MIFF Award for Best Animation Short Film). Don't forget! MIFF Shorts winners are Oscar, BAFTA and AACTA eligible. Submissions to #MIFF2016 are now open - submit your short, feature or doco now! http://miff.com.au/submissions
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Need @iTunesPodcasts recommendations? Catch up with S1 & S2 MIFF's Talking Pictures filmmaker & movies podcast here: http://ow.ly/WzUVQ
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Submissions for #MIFF2016 now open at regular fee rate til 11 Feb. Submit your good stuff, be part of the 65th MIFF! http://miff.com.au/submissions
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ICYMI: A xmas eve conversation between #tarantino & Paul Thomas Anderson. They talk about 70mm & celluloid, a lot. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hEqp1HVj5Ac
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Catch up with the latest MIFF podcast and video: Academy Award-nominated documentarian Joshua Oppenheimer (The Look of Silence) and John Safran in convo at #MIFF2015. Full length video: https://youtu.be/51JGagwM17s or podcast http://miff.com.au/about/talking-pictures/talking-pictures-podcasts-2015
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WATCH! MIFF Programmer @Al_Cossar took this cast Q&A video from the @sundancefest Todd Solondz WIENER-DOG screening https://youtu.be/0FN18yrbLbY
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Submissions for #MIFF2016 now open at regular fee rate til 11 Feb. Submit your good stuff, be part of the 65th MIFF! http://miff.com.au/submissions
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Much Oscar-buzz for debut feature SON OF SAUL, in cinemas late-Feb http://www.newyorker.com/culture/richard-brody/son-of-saul-and-the-ungraspable-horrors-of-auschwitz reviewed by @tnyfrontrow @newyorker
In the realm of Holocaust dramas, László Nemes’s first feature, “Son of Saul,” is ambitious and provocative but nearly superfluous. Credit Photograph by Sony Pictures Classics / Courtesy Everett
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Doco conference, pitchfest, market @AIDCmelb on 28 Feb-2 Mar. Keynote by THE JINX filmmakers https://www.aidc.com.au/
The Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC 2016) is the Asia-Pacific's premier event for documentary and factual screen content.
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The feminism of Studio Ghibli @ghibli_intl via @TheMarySue https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63QxmYOY8tk
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Established in 1952, the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) is the most significant screen event in Australia. The festival takes place annually in the heart of the city, presenting an acclaimed screening program alongside industry and celebratory events. MIFF showcases the best in current cinema from around the world as well as retrospectives, tributes and Talking Pictures discussion programs. Since its inception, MIFF has been committed to local film; it screens a wide array of Australian films every year, and hosts many celebratory world premieres of local films.
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Melbourne International Film Festival is Australia's leading screen event with a feast of cinematic delicacies, galas and filmmaker discussion events to explore each winter.