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2024 Program now live!

The MIFF 2024 program is now live! This winter, we’re taking over Melbourne with one of our most exciting programs ever, featuring more than 250 films from over 62 countries. We’ve got the hottest picks from the worldwide festival circuit, new Aussie films, future award contenders and films showing for the first time in Victoria.

The exclusive four-day Member pre-sale is on now, while general-public tickets will go on sale from Tuesday 16 July at 9am AEST.


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Memoir of a Snail

Opening Night Gala – on sale now!

MIFF 2024 commences on Thursday 8 August with a celebration befitting the sheer brilliance of the highly anticipated Australian premiere of hometown hero Adam Elliot’s Memoir of a Snail. MIFF is taking over Hoyts Melbourne Central for the night! Rub shoulders with the brightest stars on the red carpet, enjoy the screening, then step across the street for a legendary afterparty at the gorgeous State Library Victoria.


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MIFF Schools returns in 2024

The films in this year’s slate are in some of the languages commonly taught in Victorian schools (French, Mandarin, Japanese, Spanish and German) and align with several Victorian Curriculum learning areas and capabilities. Tickets for in-cinema screenings cost $14 per student – and free for teachers!


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Become a Member

Show your love for MIFF while accessing year-round benefits. Complimentary preview screenings, exclusive Member discounts and year-round concession entry to all our cinema partners are just some of the perks of joining our community of Melbourne film lovers. Members also get exclusive access to a four-day pre-sale, which commences immediately following the 2024 Program Launch on Thursday 11 July.


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