Critics Campus 2021 participant Muhib Nabulsi considers questions of coherence, resistance and embodied sovereignty in Fox Maxy’s experimental short Maat Means Land.
Critics Campus 2021 participant Charlotte Daraio speaks to Amalia Ulman about poverty, preconceptions and the cultural pressure of “being proper”, as depicted in her film El Planeta.
Critics Campus 2021 alumnus Jared Richards dives head-first into the manic imagery and manifold references of Dasha Nekrasova’s provocative The Scary of Sixty-First.
From mountain high to river deep, director Jennifer Peedom follows her 2017 MIFF hit Mountain with a stunning new cine-sonic journey along the world’s waterways.
Melbourne writer and critic Brodie Lancaster chats to Danny Cohen, director of the MIFF Premiere Fund-supported documentary Anonymous Club and musician Courtney Barnett.
Jason Di Rosso, host of ABC Radio National’s The Screen Show, speaks to three directors whose intimate films screened at MIFF 69, each shining a light on their own families – and therefore themselves.
A conversation with four filmmakers whose documentaries, which screened at MIFF 69, spotlight an individual who has carved out an influential career amid their own personal and professional struggles.
A panel of filmmakers, academics and activists explore one of the prevalent documentary themes at MIFF 69: queer activism.
Bandar Band director Manijeh Hekmat discusses the films spotlighted in MIFF 69’s New Iranian Cinema strand and the rise of filmmaking in this region.
A roundtable discussion dedicated to how we have – or haven’t – changed when it comes to watching, reading, and otherwise consuming film and media since the start of the pandemic.