The Melbourne International Film Festival is thrilled to once again be presenting the MIFF Travelling Showcase, hitting the road throughout Victoria in September and October 2016 with a series of weekend programs. Screening the MIFF Premiere Fund-supported films The Family (pictured), Ella and The Death and Life of Otto Bloom, as well as the international family film Long Way North, the MIFF Travelling Showcase, heads next to Bendigo, Wangaratta, Mildura, Belgrave, Mansfield and Bairnsdale.
When Edward Snowden tore the veil from the NSA’s secret global surveillance programs, he simultaneously opened the eyes of the world and closed the doors of his own future—giving up his career, his longtime girlfriend, and his homeland.
Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Snowden looks at what compelled Edward Snowden to perpetrate the largest disclosure of classified documents in World History. Snowden opens in cinemas on September 22.
10am, Sunday 18 September
The Sun Theatre, Yarraville
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#MIFF2016 is over but the memories – and the photos – live on! Now live are galleries of events across the festival, including the four big Galas, MIFF Premiere Fund World Premieres, Special Screenings, Talking Pictures panels and guests, Virtual Reality, The Blackhearts Club and more!
During the festival, 2016 Critics Campus participant Doosie Morris interviewed Joe Cinque's Consolation director and MIFF guest Sotiris Dounoukos, discussing true crime, vulnerability, and community. The film world premiered at MIFF, and was one of the first to sell out both sessions.
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