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The Sight & Sound | The International Film Magazine / BFI Critics Poll is out. Six of their Top 10 played at MIFF 2016! Let the debates begin.

The best films of 2016 | Sight & Sound

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MIFF out and about this weekend, attending an audience with Madeline Di Nonno. Thanks to U.S. Consulate General Melbourne for the invitation!
WIN TIX! ONCE WERE WARRIORS director Lee Tamahori returns to New Zealand after 20 years to direct MIFF 2016 selection MAHANA, an emotive and picturesque family drama based on a novel by Witi Ihimaera, the author of WHALE RIDER. Set in the 1960s, two Māori families, the Mahanas and the Poatas, are longstanding enemies. 14-year-old Simeon Mahana, is in conflict with his traditionalist...
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The victor in this category three years running, Emmanuel Lubezki, is not in the race.

From ‘La La Land’ to ‘Jackie,’ Celluloid Thrives in Cinematography Oscar Race

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Early Bird #MIFF2017 film submissions at the reduced fee are open until 14 December. Get all the details at miff.com.au/submissions

Submit your film for 2017 festival consideration

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Shout out to all Asia Pacific Screen Academy award winners including MIFF 2016 selections KAILI BLUES, THE BACCHUS LADY, SEOUL STATION, STARLESS DREAMS, HAPPY HOUR & more

Asia Pacific Screen Awards 2016: Complete Winners List

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MIFF first screened Ozu's An Autumn Afternoon in 1964. This is a great read on the Japanese director, a number of whose other works were in this year's Setsuko Hara retrospective.

On Yasujiro Ozu - Film Comment

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Ho ho ho, there's only 4 weeks til Christmas! Make them happy with the gift of unforgettable cinema.

MIFF Gift Vouchers

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We heart Jim Jarmusch! Via Little White Lies magazine. Both Gimme Danger and Paterson Movie screened at MIFF 2016.

Jim Jarmusch: ‘The spirit of punk is even more valuable now than ever’

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See what filmmakers including Spike Jonze, Hype Williams, Asif Kapadia and more get up to in the land of fashion

The Top 10 Fashion Films of the Season

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Melbourne filmmaker Amiel Courtin-Wilson's most recent work RUIN won the Special Jury Prize at Venice and screened at MIFF 2014. WIN TIX to the upcoming Q&A screening at ACMI, 4pm this Saturday 26 November co-presented by the Editor's Guild. TO WIN: tell us in the comments below what you think has been ruined recently. Happy Monday everyone!

Ruin | ACMI

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Don't panic! Christmas is just 35 days away. Let us help you spread cinema love and festive joy!

MIFF 2017 | Gift Vouchers

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The saddest. MIFF was proud to screen the documentary Miss Sharon Jones! at this year's festival.
Talking about dancing on film: the latest MIFF podcast is out now with Alice Glenn No Lights No Lycra, Ella Havelka, Celia Rowlson-Hall, Gideon Obarzanek and Anouk van Dijk.

MIFF 2016 Talking Pictures Podcast: Bodies in Motion

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One of the best Australian movies ever. WIN TICKETS! Meet 85 year old director Ted Kotcheff, plus a special intro by John Jarratt, at the Monster Fest 2016 WAKE IN FRIGHT screening at Lido Cinemas on Wed Nov 23, 7pm. TO WIN: tell us in the comments below how many beers are likely to be drunk in a typical day in Bundanyabba. More info
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The making of Wake in Fright: 'I wanted people to watch the film and be sweating'

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Lucky MIFF Members are seeing Lupita Nyong’o and David Oyelowo in Queen of Katwe at Cinema Nova this month. To see films first, become a MIFF Member: miff.com.au/membership

Queen of Katwe review: Ugandan chess movie could be new Slumdog

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