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MIFF Talks Podcast: Dystopia on Film

MIFF Talks Podcast: Dystopia on Film

Fill the Handmaid's Tale-sized hole in your life with this panel discussion.

Drawing on MIFF’s Sci-Fi Retrospective and other dystopian works, including Ben C Lucas' OtherLife, filmmakers, film critics and authors invite you to join them in talking all things dystopian and post-apocalyptic, and just how plausible a Gileadean future (or present!) may be.

Panellists include Alexandra Heller-Nichol

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MIFF 2017 Critics Campus Best Essay Winner
By max | 06.11.2017 |

MIFF 2017 Critics Campus Best Essay Winner

Congratulations to Keva York - the winner of the MIFF Critics Campus Best Essay Prize!

Her piece - 'The Pet Politics in Rat Film and The Challenge' - was originally published in the Monthly, and can be read here.

MIFF Talks Podcast: Jungle
By max | 03.11.2017 |

MIFF Talks Podcast: Jungle

Opening this year’s festival, the MIFF Premiere Fund-supported Jungle tells the gloriously tense, real-life survival story of Yossi Ghinsberg (played by Daniel Radcliffe), who at 22 joined two friends on what was supposed to be the adventure of a lifetime. But their dream trip into the uncharted Amazon soon turned into a wilderness nightmare from which not all of the men returned.

The real Yossi

MIFF Talks Podcast: Three Summers
By max | 03.10.2017 |

MIFF Talks Podcast: Three Summers

Acclaimed comedian, writer and director Ben Elton discusses his first Australian film, Three Summers, which screened as MIFF's Centrepiece Gala, with Natalie Bailey - the UK's go-to comedy director (The Thick of It) - about this hilarious multi-story comedy set over three years at a fictional folk-music festival. Ben and Natalie are joined by cast members Michael Caton. Magda Szubanski, Kelton Pel

MIFF Talks Podcast: Pioneering Women

MIFF Talks Podcast: Pioneering Women

Co-presented with the Australian Directors’ Guild, the MIFF Talks Pioneering Women panel brought together influential Australian female directors and actors Gillian ArmstrongClaudia KarvanNadia TassAna Kokkinos and Clara Law. Moderated by Sam Lang, this is an absolute must-listen (or watch!) if you missed it during the festival. Recorded on Saturday 12 August 2017 at The Wheeler Centre. Watc

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A Soft Film About Tough Punk Men: An Interview with Sami Saif
By Alex | 24.08.2017 |

A Soft Film About Tough Punk Men: An Interview with Sami Saif

MIFF 2017 Critics Campus participant Keva York interviews The Allins’ director Sam Saif about the family GG Allin left behind.
Top of the Lake: China Girl – An Interview with Ariel Kleiman

Top of the Lake: China Girl – An Interview with Ariel Kleiman

Jane Campion’s Top of the Lake: China Girl co-director Ariel Kleiman talks about the project with MIFF 2017 Critics Campus participant Blythe Worthy
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On Character and the Feeling of a City: An Interview With Peter Mackie-Burns
By Alex | 18.08.2017 | MIFF 2017 Critics Campus 66th MIFF

On Character and the Feeling of a City: An Interview With Peter Mackie-Burns

Filmmaker Peter Mackie Burns talks to 2017 Critics Campus participant Phoebe Chen about his movie Daphne, his influences and filming London.
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Michel on Malick: The Disembodied Interview - A Video Essay
By Alex | 18.08.2017 | MIFF 2017 Critics Campus 66th MIFF

Michel on Malick: The Disembodied Interview - A Video Essay

MIFF2017 Critics Campus participant Amanda Barbour presents a video essay of her interview with legendary composer, filmmaker, historian, writer and sound theorist Michel Chion.
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More Heart than Horror: An Interview with Florian Habicht

More Heart than Horror: An Interview with Florian Habicht

In an interview with director Florian Habicht, MIFF 2017 Critics Campus participant Dominic Ellis looks behind the theme-park frights in the documentary Spookers.
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