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Melbourne International Film Festival

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Great selection of international films - can be quite pricey though...

This year was the first year I have attended MIFF. In previous years, I have been too busy, or... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2018
Shihoko
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Melbourne, Australia
Spoiled for choice

MIFF is a significant annual event held each winter, for about two weeks in July-August, in the... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2016
Alys-Schatzi
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Melbourne, Australia
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7 Aug 2018
“Great selection of international films - can be quite pricey though...”
22 Jun 2016
“Spoiled for choice”
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Considered the biggest film festival in Australia, the MIFF is a star-studded event with local filmmakers and emerging stars as well as international film directors and guests. The festival aims to showcase Australian films, actors and directors...more
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290 Collins St, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia
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Reviewed 7 August 2018

This year was the first year I have attended MIFF. In previous years, I have been too busy, or thought it too expensive to go. I attended a film at The Astor Theatre for a Japanese film "Tampopo". This screening included a 'bowl' (I would...More

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Reviewed 22 June 2016

MIFF is a significant annual event held each winter, for about two weeks in July-August, in the city of Melbourne. The first Melbourne film festival was in 1952. A huge choice of films is offered: features (international and Australian), documentaries, and shorts. Ticket sales open...More

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