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MIFF Blog: Paranoia

This year, MIFF examines mental illness and paranoia in two features: the documentary \'Bobby Fischer Against the World\' and the independent drama \'Take Shelter\'.

MIFF Day Five

Among the highlights on t he festival\'s fourth day was Michael Rymer\'s powerful drama \'Face To Face\'

MIFF: This is England ’86

Television spin-off \'This is England ’86\' is an even more remarkable success than Shane Meadows’ semi-autobiographical \'This is England\'.

MIFF: The Silence of Joan

The French-language \'The Silence of Joan\' is an excellent addition to the legacy of Joan of Arc retellings.

MIFF Day Three

It was a mix bag of films that we caught on the festival\'s third day.

MIFF Day Two

On the festival\'s second day, FILMINK caught a heartwarmer and a spine-chiller.

MIFF Day One

FILMINK went along to the festival\'s shattering opening night film and also caught the latest work from documentarian Alex Gibney.

2011 MIFF Preview – Part Two

With the Melbourne International Film Festival to commence this week, FILMINK previews another handful of films set to screen...

Melbourne International Film Festival: Neds

A confronting, but rewarding social drama from actor Peter Mullan.

Melbourne International Film Festival Launch

FILMINK went along to the festival launch, where this year\'s program was revealed and some birthday celebrations were had as well...