Melbourne Underground Film Festival
The Melbourne Underground Film Festival (MUFF) is a cutting edge premiere showcase for Independent cinema in the Southern Hemisphere.
It is known for its radical, adventurous and iconoclastic programming decisions and for its support for different voices in the Independent and Underground film and video practitioners worldwide.
The festival focuses on both Australian and International cinema and is a vocal critic of the staid and failing Australian Film Industry.
MUFF is an essential cutting edge forum for new cinema that will look beyond production values, and find the hidden talent within. The festival showcases around 100 new works each year, plus an exciting array of documentaries and curated retrospectives.
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