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Loud & Queer: Gallery 17’s Kabir talks breaking down barriers for POC artists

Sammy holds an interview with Naarm-based creative Kabir (they/she/he), about their latest work. Kabir is the Community Advisor at St Kilda’s Gallery […]

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The 2021 MIFF Shorts Award Winners

Words By Arnel Duracak With the 69th MIFF concluding this Sunday, it is fitting to end the festival on a high following […]

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The 69th MIFF Revised

Words By Arnel Duracak With the restrictions from Melbourne’s recent lockdown — which saw the closure of cinemas across Victoria for almost two […]

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Looking Ahead To The 69th Annual MIFF And What’s On Offer

Words By Arnel Duracak After having managed to operate and deliver an online film festival for the first time during COVID in […]

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MICF REVIEW: Damien Power – Regret Man

Words by Sarah O’Neill Straight away, Damien Power’s Regret Man started with a heckle. You could tell his wide array of experience […]

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MICF REVIEW: Jai Cameron – Domestic

Words by Elizabeth Busch Taking place in the fairytale-inspired venue that was Storyville, Jai Cameron’s Domestic was a fun, dark dose of […]

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MICF REVIEW: No Hat, No Play! The Cabaret

Words by Sarah O’Neill Thanks to No Hat, No Play! The Cabaret, Sam Andrew and Mel O’Brien managed to summon an actual […]

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MICF REVIEW: Lizzy Hoo – Hoo Dis?

Words by Maria Dunne A genuinely funny, must-see show. Lizzy Hoo’s Hoo Dis? is a must-see over the festival period. Her humour […]

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MICF REVIEW: Geraldine Hickey – What a Surprise

Words by Maria Dunne Geraldine Hickey’s performance in her Melbourne International Comedy Festival show What A Surprise was somewhat disappointing. As much […]

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MICF REVIEW: Alanta Colley – On the Origin of Faeces

Words by Matt Thorley “It’s going to be about poo from start to finish” Alanta immediately assures the crowd are under no […]