MIFF 1974

Erwin Rado
#23

Festival Program
52 feature films and 158 short films were screened from 26 May to 10 June
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Program in Focus
Notable films screened: The Conversation (Coppola), Blood Wedding (Chabrol), Illumination (Zanussi), The Pedestrian (Schell), Pirosmani (Shengelaya), Themroc (Faraldo), Andrei Roublev (Tarkovsky), Love in the Afternoon (Rohmer), The Wedding (Wadja), The Spirit of the Beehive (Erice)

Filmmaker in Focus
Guests of the festival included Raymundo Gleyzer, Georgy Shengalaya, Donald Shebib and Rouben Mamoulian with a retrospective of the great Hollywood director's films. 
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Featured Film
One Man's War (Risto Jarva, 1973)
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From the Festival Files

On Screen and in the Cinema

The magic of the festival is reached through its screens. These are places and spaces that captivate our attention, providing windows where films come to life before our eyes. As portals to the world, the festival’s screens allow us to travel the globe, move through time, and see through another’s eyes. … Yet these screens also remind us of home. They are fixed in place, in our memories and in o …

The Living Festival

What would a festival be without its audience? There wouldn’t be a festival at all! … People are the beating heart of MIFF. It was the coming together of some 800 people in Olinda in 1952 that gave birth to the Melbourne Film Festival. Since that unanticipated outpouring of community love for film, MIFF has become an annual gathering space for film enthusiasts and the cine-curious from Melbourne …