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MIFF60: THE GRAPHIC DESIGN OF THE MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

(MIFF 2011, Talking Pictures Express)

Join Warren Taylor (The Narrows) as he discusses 60 years of graphic design of the Melbourne International Film Festival with special guests Ray Fisher (former Creative Director K.M. Campbell and MIFF Chairman), Max Robinson (graphic designer for MIFF 1954, 1958 and 1961) and Winston Thomas (graphic artist and cinephile).

Tuesday 26 July
5.30pm - 6.15pm

Stella Artois Festival Lounge, Forum Theatre

FREE EVENT

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