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ACCELERATOR 1

(MIFF 2009, Accelerator Shorts)

This is the first of two must-see short film programs from the hottest new filmmaking talent in Australia and New Zealand, plus this year for the first time, Denmark.

Accelerator is an annual MIFF initiative designed to fast-track the careers of outstanding emerging filmmakers. Alongside the two screening programs, Accelerator is a four-day intensive workshop for the selected filmmakers which is comprised of presentations, seminars, screenings and functions with international and Australian industry heavyweights.

Accelerator could not happen without the support of our partners: Film Victoria, Screen Australia, The Danish Film Institute, The New Zealand Film Commission, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image and the Australian Directors Guild.

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1+1

UK, 2004
A solitary mole man's routine existence is rocked by the arrival of a potential companion. With his desire for contact at war with his suspicion of others, the mole man makes a series of attempts to … More »

10 ON TEN


'Abbas Kiarostami has had extensive influence on world filmmaking over his 30-year career, particularly in Iran and developing countries. 10 on Ten,a self-contained masterclass on cinema, succinctly … More »

15

Singapore, 2004
Singapore'Growing up in the world's most oppressive nanny state can be bad for your mental health, and 15 tells it like it is. 26-year-old Royston Tan's social satire has given local censors their bi… More »

20:30:40

Hong Kong/China, 2004
20: 30: 40 Hong Kong/ChinaSex and the City Taipei-style. Nominated for the Golden Bear at this year's Berlin Film Festival, this irresistible film from Sylvia Chang is a fun and entertaining romantic… More »

2D or not 2D

Netherlands/Canada, 2004
2D or Not 2DNetherlands/Canada When Paul Driessen unleashes his legendary imagination, things are never as they seem to be. 2D or Not 2D is a love story that illustrates the human capacity to spin fi… More »

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