Film submissions for MIFF 2015 are now open.
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Feedback from festival filmmaker guests who were part of MIFF 2014
"For me it was a real pleasure to be there, the quality of the screenings, organization (and interviews also!) was great. I hope I will be able to come back in the future." Albert Serra, The Story of My Death
"I just wanted to write briefly and thank you for enabling our film, The Animal Condition, to begin its life in such a wonderfully fulfilling way. We felt very supported by the MIFF staff and thoroughly enjoyed the Q&As which were excellently handled by all our moderators." Augusta Miller, The Animal Condition
"A massive thank you for letting Don't Throw Stones loose at MIFF this year. It was a thrill to be involved, plus the exposure and feedback the film received during the festival will hopefully see it reach a wider audience." Mike Brook, Don't Throw Stones
"Thank you so much for having us! I had an absolute blast down there in Melbourne and am so honoured to have had the opportunity to screen at your festival." Adam Hart, Keep On Keepin' On
"Thank you for fantastic time in Melbourne and such a beautiful representation of Advanced Style. We had such a blast, your festival is a joyful experience. Thanks again, and hope to see you in the festival in the future!" Lina Plioplyte, Advanced Style
"Thank you so much for taking care of me during MIFF. I had an fantastic time. The people, the films, the events were all incredible and it will definitely be one of the highlights of my year touring around with the film." Desiree Akhavan, Appropriate Behavior
"Rolf and I would like to thank each of you for making our time at MIFF so immensely enjoyable, productive and smooth. We've been to many festivals in our time and there's no doubting that you are a stand-out crew." Molly Reynolds & Rolf de Heer, Still Our Country - Reflections on a Culture