Ten Films Make Melbourne International Film Festival

A whopping nine Dogwoof docs will be making their way to Australia, for this year's 66th Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) from 3 to 20 August. Find the line-up below and learn more about MIFF on the festival's website here

78/52 

An unprecedented glance into the iconic shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho.

"An enthralling act of film criticism" - Variety


City of Ghosts 

Take a look at the brave citizen journalists taking to social media in their fight against ISIS.

"Could be the definitive Syria documentary" ★★★★★ - The Guardian


Dina 

Follow the neurodiverse couple Dina and Scott in the run-up to their wedding day.

"The most beautiful romance at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival" - Salt Lake Tribune


Dries

For the first time the famed fashion designer Dries Van Noten allows a filmmaker to accompany him as he conceives four collections.


The Family I Had

A 13-year-old boy killing his sister slowly dissolves into illuminating the anatomy of a broken family.

"Truly phenomenal piece of work, just one shocking revelation after the next." - New York Observer


Have You Seen The Listers?

A candid and personal insight into the rise of world-renowned street artist Anthony Lister as he challenges conservative Australia, whilst battling his own demons.


Liberation Day

The cult band Laibach become the first rock group ever to perform in the fortress state of North Korea.

"Funny, thoughtful, knowingly absurd study of contrasting aberrations" - Guy Lodge, Variety


Motherland

A journey into the heart of the planet’s busiest maternity hospital in one of the world’s poorest and most populous countries, The Philippines.

"Engaging, intimate and full of life" - Film School Rejects


Mountain

Willem Dafeo narrates a cinematic and musical collaboration on the world's fascination with mountains.

"A sublime rush of adrenaline and orchestral beauty" ★★★★ - The Guardian


The Work 

Join 3 men during 4 days of intensive group therapy with convicts, revealing an intimate and powerful portrait of authentic human transformation that transcends what we think of as rehabilitation.

"The most powerful group therapy session ever caught on camera" - IndieWire