MIFF Programmer Kate Fitzpatrick speaks to Paper Champions co-writer/actor Luke Saliba, co-producer/actor Erin Saliba and director Jo-Anne Brechin following their film’s screening as part of MIFF 68½.
Artist and educator Nathalie McLean speaks to Looky Looky Here Comes Cooky’s Steven Oliver (presenter/co-writer) and Steven McGregor (director/co-writer) following their film’s screening as part of MIFF 68½.
MIFF Programmers Mia Falstein-Rush, Kate Fitzpatrick and Kate Jinx share their top picks from the 2020 New York Film Festival (NYFF).
This special MIFF Talks event marks the 30th anniversary of Death in Brunswick with a digital reading of the film script, directed by John Sheedy and starring Paula Arundell, Daniel Henshall and John Leary.
MIFF Programmers Kate Jinx, Kate Fitzpatrick and Mia Falstein-Rush ‘attended’ the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), courtesy of stable internet connections and laptop screens. Here are their highlights.
MIFF Ambassador Mirrah Foulkes speaks to the director of Wendy, Benh Zeitlin, following his film’s screening as part of MIFF 68½.
Critics Campus 2020 participant Merryana Salem, in conversation with Born to Be director Tania Cypriano, delves into allyship, intra-community diversity, and authentic and sensitive transgender portrayals.
Critics Campus 2020 participant Isabella Mahoney speaks to Speak So I Can See You director Marija Stojnić about Radio Belgrade, the power of archival voices and escaping noise pollution during the pandemic.
Critics Campus 2020 participant Shaheen Ahmed speaks to The Letter directors Christopher King and Maia Lekow about their documentary’s treatment of religion, tradition and family dynamics in Kenya.
Critics Campus 2020 participant Annika Morling speaks to Some Kind of Heaven director Lance Oppenheim about humour, heartbreak and authenticity as seen in his tender documentary.
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