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MUFF 15 - SEPTEMBER 12-20, 2014
« on: June 12, 2014, 08:54:42 PM »



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About MUFF ~

When underground film director Richard Wolstencroft’s feature film “Pearls Before Swine” was not accepted by the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF), Wolstencroft authored a letter of complaint to MIFF, a letter whose call for support for underground and local film was enthusiastically backed by other frustrated emerging film-makers. With their support, Richard Wolstencroft established the Melbourne Underground Film Festival in 2000 as a home for avantegarde, cutting edge, and underground film from both local filmmakers and abroad.
 




Richard Wolstencroft



In the fifteen years of its existence MUFF has been no stranger to pushing boundaries. Showing movies such as A Serbian Film and even an illegal screening of LA Zombie, the Melbourne Underground Film Festival is dedicated to showing the life of cinema in all of its shapes and forms. It has also helped propel many Australian filmmakers into the greater mainstream, showing works of such directors such as James Wan and Greg McLean. The Melbourne Underground Film Festival is looking forward to many more years of controversy and discovery.



Want your film in MUFF 15?

Deadline is Friday June 20, 2014.
Address is: P.O.Box 822, South Yarra, 3141.
Pay the entry fee to support our Indy festival or your film will not be viewed.
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http://www.muff.com.au/film-submission/


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Nick Zedd



This year MUFF is bringing over Cinema of Transgression filmmaker and artist Nick Zedd as special guest. Here he will be holding a master class among other Underground Film Makers. Muff 15 is running a IndieGoGo campaign for this at the moment and you can find the details here http://extremehorrorcinema.com/index.php?topic=2852.new#new

Apart from Nick Zedd there will be plenty of other filmmakers and their films showing here, it promises to be an exciting time for lovers of Underground Debauchery! Once I can get a confirmation of some of the films being shown I shall add here along with information and trailers as is my abnormal want to do!