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Accelerator Shorts 1

Accelerator Shorts 1

Bold works from emerging Australian and New Zealand filmmakers.

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after a clearing

after a clearing

Speak Percussion’s Kaylie Melville and Tilman Robinson collaborate with filmmaker Sabina Maselli (Landing), for this hypnotic environmental short.

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Alcarràs

Alcarràs

The winner of the Berlinale’s Golden Bear for Best Film is a wistful, sun-drenched paean to family and tradition in the face of upheaval.

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Australian Shorts

Australian Shorts

Impassioned narratives from this continent’s best.

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The Canyon

The Canyon

An experimental critique of modernism set in the dystopian present, exaggerating the sensuality of consumerism and the comfort of unconscious thought.

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The Cow Who Sang a Song Into the Future

The Cow Who Sang a Song Into the Future

This surreal, offbeat fable of environmental destruction and familial reconciliation defies audience expectations at every turn.

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Delikado

Delikado

From the frontlines, this thriller-esque documentary cuts like a chainsaw at the heart of the Philippines’ fight for its environmental life.

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Documentary Shorts

Documentary Shorts

Far-reaching, resonating subjects pulled from various corners of the world.

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Eami

Eami

Director Paz Encina

The winner of Rotterdam’s Tiger Award melds magic realism, mythology, ecology and ethnography into an exquisite cine-poem.

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Experimental Shorts

Experimental Shorts

Unconventional cinema that tests the boundaries of form and function.

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Fashion Reimagined

Fashion Reimagined

No designer has ever tested the ethics of their practice by visiting all their suppliers around the world … until Mother of Pearl’s Amy Powney.

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Fire of Love

Fire of Love

Director Sara Dosa

In this love story written in lava, two intrepid scientists who adore volcanoes as much as each other gift the world with something extraordinary.

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Geographies of Solitude

Geographies of Solitude

A portrait of one woman’s quest to preserve a unique landscape in the face of ecological devastation and the limits of her solitary existence.

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Gondwana

Gondwana

Bear witness to the possible futures of the planet’s oldest tropical rainforest in a world-first durational VR installation.

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Go With Grace

Go With Grace

MIFF Accelerator Lab alumna Domini Marshall (Slap) delivers an affecting exploration of victim-survivor trauma.

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Horse Brothers

Horse Brothers

Arthouse giant Guy Maddin (The Green Fog, My Winnipeg) voices a talking horse in this surreal comedy-horror.

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International Shorts 1

International Shorts 1

Remarkable short-form favourites from Cannes, Sundance and Berlin.

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International Shorts 2

International Shorts 2

An award-packed cornucopia from directors known and new.

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Intersect

Intersect

Director Dirk Koy

A breathtaking five-chapter investigation of the interface between the real and virtual worlds.

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The Lost City of Melbourne

The Lost City of Melbourne

Director Gus Berger

The ‘modernisation’ of Melbourne in the 50s razed much of the city, including its elegant cinemas. Now, a Melbourne-made doc brings them back to life.

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Masquerade

Masquerade

Director Olive Nwosu

A queer woman returns to her Lagos home in search of healing, where she discovers a new understanding of the people and experiences that shaped her.

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Murmurs of the Jungle

Murmurs of the Jungle

A grandmother teaches her grandson about the origins of their remote Indigenous village in this stunning, ethereal short.

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Myth

Myth

When strangers appear outside her window and lure her mother away, seven-year-old Sophie follows.

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Pink Reef

Pink Reef

A mermaid struggles with identity in an alienating suburban world without running water.

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Show Me Other Places

Show Me Other Places

A Sri Lankan woman navigates a multitude of spaces – from the physical to the digital and into the virtual plane.

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The Sound of Dreaming

The Sound of Dreaming

Across place and time, lucid dreams reconnect two people who once crossed paths.

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[STERILE]

[STERILE]

Director Luqman Aly

In a post-collapse world, a prisoner cleans an all-white room while a rebel investigates a decaying factory.

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Strange Country

Strange Country

Director Rhys Day

Cleverman’s Hunter Djali Yumunu Page-Lochard stars in this gorgeously shot First Nations mystery that tells of ancient spirits inhabiting the land.

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Tsutsué

Tsutsué

A moving story of two Ghanaian boys haunted by the loss of their older brother.

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The United States of America

The United States of America

Legendary structuralist filmmaker James Benning crafts an ostensibly simple, quietly mischievous landscape work that reflects on his homeland today.

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Washday

Washday

As her father turns his car into a water pump, a little girl transforms into a force of nature.

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The Water

The Water

A summertime romance awakens a Spanish town’s superstitious history in this lyrical drama about the gifts and burdens of family legacies.

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The Water Murmurs

The Water Murmurs

Director Story Chen

The 2022 Cannes Short Film Palme d’Or winner is a hypnotic work that watches with strange wonder as the world ends in the aftermath of an asteroid.

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We Never Asked for This

We Never Asked for This

Director Ella Lawry

Frankie and Charlie regret moving into a tiny home, but a sick cockatiel offers a welcome distraction.

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Whether the Weather Is Fine

Whether the Weather Is Fine

Locarno’s Cinema e Gioventù Prize winner blends drama, absurdity and humour in depicting a Philippine city’s survival in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan.

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