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The Stranger, with Joel Edgerton, at MIFF 2022: director interview
Writer-director Thomas M Wright discusses his new film, in competition at the Melbourne International Film Festival.
Visions of Melbourne: MIFF presents a cinematic time capsule of the city
From post-prison road trips to a wild re-do of The Wizard of Oz, there’s something for everyone in this filmic…
The Lost City of Melbourne documents demolished 'ghost cinemas': achieving the impossible with Gus Berger
The Lost City of Melbourne presents a picture of the city as it once was, and what it could have…
Homosexuality: A Film for Discussion still gives me hope
Kate Jinx considers Barbara Creed’s 1975 film, Homosexuality: A Film for Discussion, which will show at MIFF 2022.
Neighbours: ten top moments as we rack off from Ramsay Street
The end is nigh for Neighbours, but we'll always have the memories of those inspired – and sometimes, frankly, bonkers,…
Ticketyboo: Renee Brack on her Alzheimer's film about her dad
'I was fetal on the couch with the remote in my hand, treating it like a magic wand' said Brack,…
MIFF and me: waiting for the 2022 fest is agony and ecstasy
MIFF's 70th anniversary marks its first time back in cinemas in three long years, which is both exciting and a…
Dancing on Glass: ballet is more than 'dying swans and madmen'
We love the genre but are ballet dancer’s voices and bodies being authentically represented on our screens?
How to start and maintain an inspiration board
Starting with what inspires you might be the best way to get your ideas moving from fantasy to reality.