Critics Campus 2020 participant Bruce Koussaba discusses how the themes of disconnection, distance and identity unfold in the short films The Echo, Call History and Don’t Forget to Go Home.
Critics Campus 2020 participant Michelle Wang takes a look at the portrayals of loneliness and yearned-for comfort in Anthony Chen’s Wet Season.
Critics Campus 2020 participant Angus McGrath delves into recollection, representation and materiality as seen in Agustina Comedi’s Playback.
Critics Campus 2020 participant Annika Morling dives into the sensitive, skilful character study that is Kazik Radwanski’s Anne at 13,000 Ft.
Critics Campus 2020 participant Merryana Salem examines the handling of intergenerational LGBTQIA+ issues in Suk Suk and Ellie & Abbie (& Ellie’s Dead Aunt).
Critics Campus 2020 participant Jack Rowland explores the depictions of silence and solace in Outside the Oranges Are Blooming and The Plastic House.
Steven Oliver discusses representation, humour and MIFF 68½ Program Spotlight film Looky Looky Here Comes Cooky.
Stanislava Pinchuk discusses art, place, transience and her top picks for MIFF 68½.
Fayssal Bazzi discusses his extensive career, his longstanding relationship with MIFF and his hopes for screen culture's future.
Mirrah Foulkes discusses her filmmaking journey, her love of Melbourne and her top picks for MIFF 68½.
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