13 August 2013 11:01 PM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

The 62nd Melbourne International Film Festival (Miff) ended on August 11 after 17 days, screening 320 films over 453 sessions from 63 countries in 45 different languages, including 23 world premieres and 52 Australian films."2013 has been a very successful festival boasting more than 170 sold out sessions," said Miff Artistic Director Michelle Carey. "It's very heartening to see audiences embracing the program and engaging with our guests both through Q&As and the Talking Pictures program."The Age newspaper critics, comprising Philippa Hawker, Jake Wilson and Craig Matheison, presented the Miff Premiere Fund-supported These Final Hours with a $5000 cash prize and the title of best Australian feature at Miff 2013, while fellow Miff Premiere Fund title In Bob We Trust was hailed by Jake Wilson...

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