Melbourne International Film Festival 2014

Cheatin’, MIFF 2014

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Renowned for his animated shorts, documentaries and music videos, legendary animator Bill Plympton is back in action with Cheatin’, his first animation feature in five years. Funded by Kickstarter and completely hand drawn by Plympton himself, the animated feature introduces the audience to Ella – a snobby, upper class young lady whose dazzling beauty instantly garners […]

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Melbourne International Film Festival 2014

Pulp: a Film about Life, Death and Supermarkets, MIFF 2014

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Kiwi filmmaker Florian Habicht’s new documentary, Pulp: a Film about Life, Death and Supermarkets, opens with the band’s front-man, Jarvis Cocker, recounting a dream he had of changing a car tyre. It’s an appropriately everyday image that begins this film about a band so interested in the ordinary. Cocker’s collaboration with Habicht was fitting too. […]

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Ping Pong Summer, MIFF 2014

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Michael Nguyen-Huynh discusses the latest outing by Michael Tully and yearns for a summer he wishes would never end.

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Melbourne International Film Festival 2014

Backwater, MIFF 2014

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Ali Schnabel tackles the cinematic and cultural contexts of Backwater, the Japanese high-art underdog at MIFF 2014.

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Melbourne International Film Festival 2014

Advanced Style, MIFF 2014

1 Comment 30 July 2014

A few years ago, the idea of ‘Advanced Style’ would have predominantly referred to photographer Ari Cohen’s blog documenting particularly stylish New York women over fifty. However, since Lina Plioplyte’s directorial debut, ‘Advanced Style’ no longer refers simply to a personal blog, but rather a movement within the fashion industry. In the appropriately titled documentary, […]

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