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MIFF 2014 TVC

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Melbourne International Film Festival 31 July-17 August 2014. Tickets on sale 11 July. Book at http://miff.com.au

2014 Festival Trailer Credits

Production: XYZ Studios
Executive Creative Director: Tim Kentley-Klay
Executive Producer: Garett Mayow
Director: Cedric Austria
Post Production: Crayon
Post Producer: Sophie Woods
Colourist: Daniel Stonehouse
Copywriter: Steve Gill
Sound House: Soundfirm
Sound Producer: Melissa Lee
Engineers: Simon Rosenberg & Matt Thompson
ADR recordist: Nicky Robinson
Voiceover: Brian Nankervis

2014 Festival image: Beci Orpin

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Documentaries 2014 Play

http://miff.com.au/program/streams/documentaries // Truth, as they say, is stranger than fiction and nothing says it stronger than this year's bumper Documentaries program: fom a macabre Robinson Crusoe adventure to the Communist advertising industry, these true stories are jaw-dropping, revealing, enraging and encouraging.

I Dream Of Genius: Science & Technology On-Screen Play

http://miff.com.au/program/streams/i-dream-of-genius-science­-and-technology-on-screen //
From a village in Bhutan grappling with the introduction of television to Chinese youths being treated for internet addition, from a budding female astronomer in Iran to the astrophysicists at the Large Hadron Collider, from the Mesozoic to the modern age, the films in I Dream of Genius: Science & Technology on Screen deal with the practical, philosophical and potential facets of science and technology in our daily lives.

India in Flux: Living Resistence Play

http://miff.com.au/program/streams/india-in-flux-living-resi­stance //
A history of dissent and engagement with the 'real' differentiates Indian documentary from the fantasy worlds of Bollywood. Documentary cinema in India is the space where matters of politics, citizenship and culture are discussed. Produced by artists, activists, ordinary citizens and trained filmmakers alike, this democratic practice circulates through screening efforts of dedicated curators, people's organisations and filmmaker collectives. Currently experiencing a prolific phase of production and circulation, this cinema is one of the best examples of truly independent filmmaking. India In Flux: Living Resistance brings a selection of its most important films and filmmakers to Melbourne.

Co-curated by Shweta Kishore

Presented by Monash University Arts

International Panorama 2014 Play

http://miff.com.au/program/streams/international-panorama // The world's best film festival finds, its most beloved auteurs and the newest global discoveries all populate International Panorama, our annual program of the cream of the crop of world cinema. From award winners to future favourites, and from drama and comedy to musicals and experimental thrillers, these films will satisfy all tastes.

Accent on Asia 2014 Play

http://miff.com.au/program/streams/accent-on-asia // Our neighbours are a diverse bunch, as the regional focus in Accent on Asia proves. Here you can enjoy Mongolian love stories, Japanese madness, Taiwanese drama, Korean action, Indian insight, Filipino epics, Chinese social realism, Indonesian music and more.

First Glance 2014 Play

Trailers from the First Glance announcement of the 2014 MIFF program. eMini Passes, Passports and MIFF Memberships on sale now. Buy tickets from 11 July at http://miff.com.au

Australian Showcase 2014 Play

http://miff.com.au/program/streams/australian-showcase // Local films take the spotlight in Australian Showcase, covering everything from sci-fi and sexuality to crime and cinema history. This year we also present a special Melbourne Stories mini-program, turning that spotlight back on our hometown to look at the people and places that make it unique.

Celluloid Dreams: Films Shot on Film 2014 Play

http://miff.com.au/program/streams/celluloid-dreams-films-sh­ot-on-film // In a sign of the times, this year MIFF has curated a new program of Films Shot on Film, fully embracing 20th century celluloid technology to give their 21st century cinematic storytelling an increasingly unique edge. Used out of love for the medium, to evoke a particular era or as a fundamental part of the plot, film itself takes centre stage here.

Masters & Restorations 2014 Play

http://miff.com.au/program/streams/masters-restorations // MIFF exists to celebrate the art of cinema -- old and new. From legendary filmmakers and film critics to lost cinema classics and restored celluloid prints, this year's program of filmmaking Masters and Restorations is one of our strongest yet, and will have you revelling in your love of the silver screen.
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