The Best MIFF Shorts winners were announced last night at the RMIT Capitol Theatre. Congratulations to all the winners...Read More
Come along to Closing Night and help us celebrate the end of MIFF 08. See Spanish horror [REC.] and then join us for the after party. Tickets for the screening and after party available for purchase on-line now!
Congratulations to the MIFF Footy Shorts winners:
First prize - Walpeup Underbool by Suitcase Murphy
Second prize - Run with the Ball and Die with your Boots On by Sophie O'Connor
Third prize - Child Rearing for Richmond Supporters by Sky Davies and Paul Green
ORBIT takes a suprising spin around everything that’s fresh and exciting in Australian and New Zealand music videomaking. Haunting and longing, sweet and satirical; these clips run the gamut from lost eyeballs, cemetery parties and walkabouts to beautiful Fitzroy girls on bicycles. Join the Revolution?
You want more MIFF? You got it.
Three extra sessions are opening over the next few days at ACMI's cinema 1 screen for these popular MIFF films. If you didn't catch them before, now's your chance!
MIFF is offering an unprecedented 'Last Chance' pass – giving you access to 7 sessions* for the bargain price of $70.00. Purchase your 'Last Chance' pass from the MIFF box office at the Forum Theatre. AVAILABLE FROM THIS MORNING WEDNESDAY 6 AUGUST.
* Excludes Closing Night and special events
Congratulations to RAIN OF THE CHILDREN director Vincent Ward whose film just won the Grand Prix at Era New Horizons Film Festival in Poland, Europe's biggest film event which screens 360 films.
Show your valid Metcard at the Festival Ticket Office in the Forum Theatre and receive 2 tickets for the price of 1:
Tuesday 5 August - On War (session 1066) - 9.15pm Forum
Remember: You can only claim this special from the Forum Theatre Ticket Office by showing your valid Metcard. Two tickets for the price of 1 full price ticket ($16.50). All sessions subject to availability at the time of booking.
Update on sales: Tuesday 5 August 11.35am.The following sessions have sold out or are selling fast. Ensure you book early to avoid disappointment!
This is the legend of India’s Ramayana as it has never been retold before. Betrothal, betrayal, exile, kidnapping, demonic torment and the whole heroic cycle unfolds while Sita, in the striking voice of 1920s jazz vocalist Annette Hanshaw, sings the blues.
Director Nina Paley is a guest of the festival and will be conducting a Q&A at tonight's session of Sita Sings the Blues. Book now.
An act unforgiven. A father lost in grief - and driven to vengeance.
"The Horseman is a balls to the wall, edgy thriller. Think Get Carter in 'Stubbies' crossed with Tarantino."
- Greg McLean (director - Wolf Creek & Rogue)
Steven Kastrissios will be conducting a Q&A at this evenings session of The Horseman at 9.15pm at Greater Union 5.