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By lauren | 10.08.2016 |

MIFF 2016 Talking Pictures | What next, Cinephilia? | Highlight Clip

David Jenkins from Little White Lies on how forms of film criticism are evolving.

 

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Searching for Monsieur Mayonnaise: a Conversation with Trevor Graham and Philippe Mora

Searching for Monsieur Mayonnaise: a Conversation with Trevor Graham and Philippe Mora

Critics Campus 2016 participant Andréas Giannopoulos discusses humour, hummus and the Holocaust with Monsieur Mayonnaise filmmakers Trevor Graham and Philippe Mora.
MIFF 2016 History France Documentary Critics Campus Australian Films
Documentary vs Fiction
By Mel | 10.08.2016 | MIFF 2016

Documentary vs Fiction

Would you rather watch a documentary about an extraordinary historical event, or a fictionalised telling? Thanks to some fortuitous programming, this year’s MIFF allows both. Sort of.

In 1974, newsreader Christine Chubbuck committed suicide during a live broadcast. The shocking act (which famously inspired the film Network) is depicted in two distinct films at this year’s festival.

Christine, di

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The Low Down on Down Under: An Interview with Abe Forsythe

The Low Down on Down Under: An Interview with Abe Forsythe

Critics Campus 2016 participant Tanya Farley grills director Abe Forsythe about his comedic skewering of the 2005 Cronulla riots, Down Under.
MIFF 2016 Interviews Critics Campus Comedy Australian Films
HOW TO KNOW YOU’RE IN A HONG SANG-SOO FILM
By Mel | 09.08.2016 | MIFF 2016 International Films

HOW TO KNOW YOU’RE IN A HONG SANG-SOO FILM

Posted by Hayley Inch

Everyone you know is a former famous film director who is having a crisis over their work, or has retreated into academia.

Everything you say, no matter how innocuous, is misunderstood by your companions, resulting in constant arguments.

You’re trying FAR too hard to impress a girl you’ve only just met.

You have friends you only do one activity with: drink soju. Speakin

MIFF 2016 International Films
Pulling Back the Veil: an Interview with The Family Director Rosie Jones
By Alice | 09.08.2016 |

Pulling Back the Veil: an Interview with The Family Director Rosie Jones

Critics Campus 2016 participant Dominic Barlow speaks to documentary filmmaker Rosie Jones about the secretive life of Melbourne cult leader Anne Hamilton-Byrne and The Family.
Girl Asleep From Stage to Screen: an Interview with Rosemary Myers

Girl Asleep From Stage to Screen: an Interview with Rosemary Myers

Critics Campus 2016 participant Ella Donald talks to Rosemary Myers about Girl Asleep's journey from the theatre to celluloid.
MIFF 2016 Interviews Critics Campus Australian Films
Synchronous 360 VR at MIFF

Synchronous 360 VR at MIFF

Synchronous 360 Video Playback will enable audiences with no prior exposure to VR to experience this new technology as seamlessly as possible.
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Is This Real Life?
By Mel | 08.08.2016 | MIFF 2016 Animation

Is This Real Life?

South Korean filmmaker Yeon Sang-ho has done something very unusual and potentially unique: he has made a live-action sequel to an animated film.
MIFF 2016 Animation
Kate Plays Christine, Four Ways
By Alice | 08.08.2016 | Reviews MIFF 2016 Critics Campus

Kate Plays Christine, Four Ways

Critics Campus 2016 participants Jessica Ellicott, Doosie Morris, Andréas Giannopoulos and Dominic Barlow review Robert Greene's Kate Plays Christine.
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