Give the gift of unforgettable cinema experiences! Gift Vouchers for MIFF 2017 are now available, and are delivered to you via email as a downloadable PDF. Perfect for last minute presents as well as being incredibly thoughtful - with over 300 films on offer at the 2017 festival, the gift voucher recipient will delight in selecting on what to spend their MIFF money.
Treat yourself to an early MIFFmas present with a 2017 Mini Pass. Valid for 10 sessions (with a bonus 3 sessions before 5pm on weekdays), a Mini Pass is great value. Save money, and give yourself more sessions to really explore all that the festival has to offer, including ticketed Talking Pictures panels and discussions.
MIFF Member: $135 | Full: $160 | Concession: $145
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Film submissions for MIFF 2017 are now open at the regular fee rate, until 16 February 2017. Filmmakers, this is your time to shine! Submit your film for consideration to be part of the 66th Melbourne International Film Festival. (Pictured: Mia Hansen-Løve, director of MIFF 2016's Things To Come).
Keep the festival experience going throughout the year! MIFF members get in first all year – from invitations to free monthly preview screenings of the latest film releases to concession entry at our cinema partners, as well as festival benefits: priority entry, pre-sale and ticket discounts. Find out more and sign up now.
In December's Talking Pictures podcast join host Genevieve Bailey and MIFF 2016 guests, directors David Farrier (Tickled), Robert Greene (Kate Plays Christine), Kim Snyder (Newtown) and Andrew Wiseman (On Richard’s Side) as they ask whether filmmakers can ever capture reality in documentary filmmaking. Subscribe to MIFF eNews to stay up to date with our monthly podcast series, or subscribe via iTunes!
Lion stars Dev Patel, Rooney Mara, Nicole Kidman and David Whenham and adapted from the incredible true story A Long Way Home by Saroo Brierly. Five year old Saroo gets lost on a train which takes him thousands of kilometres across India, away from home and family. Saroo must learn to survive alone in Kolkata, before ultimately being adopted by an Australian couple. Twenty five years later, armed with only a handful of memories, his unwavering determination, and a revolutionary technology known as Google Earth, he sets out to find his lost family and finally return to his first home. Get in first all year-round with MIFF Membership. Become a Member now!
Missed it at MIFF? Find it in the MIFF iTunes Super Store! Titles from 2012-2016 are up now, with more to come soon.
#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!