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MIFF Epic Takes Over ACMI

MIFF Epic Takes Over ACMI

It’s that time of year again when hardened cinephiles, curious ingénues and all-round culture vultures brace the winter cold for the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF).

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Little Big Shots Is Back

Little Big Shots Is Back

Little Big Shots Festival Director Ben Laden runs us through the history of Australia’s first film festivals for kids.

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Making A Difference Through Documentaries

Making A Difference Through Documentaries

We had a chat with Human Rights Arts & Film Festival (HRAFF) patron and filmmaker Ian Darling about the role of film in social justice, his work at GoodPitch2 Australia and the increasingly difficult job of measuring the impact of film.

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The Evolution of the Melbourne Queer Film Festival

The Evolution of the Melbourne Queer Film Festival

The Melbourne Queer Film Festival started as an idea in Lawrence Johnston’s Prahran house in 1991 and has since grown into the second largest Queer film festival in the Southern Hemisphere.

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Pause Fest 2014

Pause Fest 2014

Motion design studio Yes Captain’s founder, James Cowen, gives us insight into creating the ident for Pause Fest 2014.

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Unearthing Japan’s 35mm Heritage

Unearthing Japan’s 35mm Heritage

Emerging from the Second World War, the Daiei Film Company is credited with taking Japanese cinema to the world. In honour of the iconic studio, the 17th Japanese Film Festival presents eight free screenings of five 35mm classics.

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