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GIORGIO MANGIAMELE: CELEBRATING THE MAN AND HIS FILMS

(MIFF 2011, Special Events)

Giorgia Mangiemele's post-war films express a unique cinematic perspective, and four of his most important films have now been fully restored and re-mastered by the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA).

MIFF and the NFSA present the launch of a new DVD Box Set, coproduced by NFSA and Ronin Films: The Giorgio Mangiamele Collection - Five Provocative Works From An Italian Filmmaker in Post-War Australia.

This special launch event will include a panel discussion led by those who knew and worked with Mangiamele.

Saturday 6 August
3pm - 4.15pm

The Cube, Australian Centre for the Moving Image

FREE EVENT

The newly restored Mangiamele films have their world premiere screenings at this year's MIFF within the Our Space program

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