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PREMIERE FUND PRESS RELEASES

PRESS RELEASES

The MIFF Premiere Fund is run by the industry programs unit of the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF), which also runs the MIFF 37ºSouth Market. See below for a full archive of press releases, from mid-2007 onwards, relating to the  MIFF Premiere Fund activities, including details of the films supported by the Premiere Fund.

PREMIERE FUND COMES BACK OUT AT MIFF 2018

66th MIFF CELEBRATES 10 YEARS OF PREMIERE FUND

PREMIERE FUND-SUPPORTED PUTUPARRI WINS $100,000 PRIZE

A HUNDRED THOUSAND CONGRATULATIONS FOR MIFF PREMIERE FUND-SUPPORTED FILMS

PREMIERE FUND-SUPPORTED DOWNRIVER IN TORONTO

PREMIERE FUND-SUPPORTED ELECTRIC BOOGALOO RELEASING IN USA

MIFF PREMIERE FUND – RENEWED!

FOUR-YEAR CONTINUATION OF MIFF PREMIERE FUND

MIFF IS ON THE ROAD

MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL TO SPREAD ITS WINGS

COALITION TO SUPPORT MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL PREMIERE FUND

MIFF PREMIERE FUND SELECTS FIVE NEW PROJECTS

MIFF PREMIERE FUND ROUND TEN CALLS FOR SUBMISSIONS

MIFF PREMIERE FUND STARTS 2011 SLATE WITH TEENS, CURSES & ZOMBIES!

MIFF PREMIERE FUND SELECTS MOTHER OF ROCK

MIFF PREMIERE FUND SELECTS MIDGET MAYHEM AND BLAME

MIFF PREMIERE FUND ROUND SIX CALLS FOR SUBMISSIONS

POLITICAL THRILLER BALIBO OPENS MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

MIFF PREMIERE FUND LINES-UP FIVE WORLD PREMIERES FOR MIFF 2009

MIFF PREMIERE FUND ROUND FIVE CALLS FOR SUBMISSIONS

MIFF PREMIERE FUND FINDS KIN & BEN LEE

MIFF PREMIERE FUND ROUND FOUR CALLS FOR SUBMISSIONS

MIFF PREMIERE FUND PUTS CELEBRITY NERD ON SCREEN

MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL BOOSTS VICTORIAN SCREEN ACTIVITY

12-FILM PREMIERE FUND SLATE FOR MIFF

MIFF'S 37 SOUTH 2008: NEW INITIATIVES AND CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

MIFF PREMIERE FUND SUPPORTS VICTORIAN FILMMAKERS

FIRST FILMS FUNDED UNDER MIFF PREMIERE FUND 

MIFF PREMIERE FUND SUPPORTS VICTORIAN FILMMAKERS

MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL PREMIERE FUND OPENS SUBMISSIONS

WOODS TO HEAD MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL INVESTMENT FUND

$2.4 MILLION TO PUT LOCAL FILMMAKERS IN THE PICTURE