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MIM returns to Backlot

08 Dec 2016

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The Made in Melbourne film festival will return to the Backlot Studios in Southbank this month for the festival’s closing weekend.

Having launched in 2009, the local film festival has gone from strength to strength over its eight years of supporting films exclusively made by Melbourne filmmakers.

This year’s festival will run from December 6 to 11 across five different venues featuring a record of more than 70 films.

The festival’s closing weekend will run exclusively at Backlot and will feature three sessions across both Saturday and Sunday.

Festival director Ivan Malekin said this year’s festival would be its biggest yet.

“We’re the only festival exclusively for Melbourne and it’s a lot of emerging filmmakers,” he said.

“It’s kind of like the next generation of local talent that get its chance to shine, have a big screening and who knows where they’ll be tomorrow.”

For more information visit www.mim.org.au

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