Made In Melbourne Film Festival Winners Announced

December 21, 2016
Melbourne cinema shines once more.

The Made in Melbourne Film Festival, aka MIM, has wrapped for 2016. This year was the biggest MIM so far, with six nights, five different venues, thirteen separate sessions, over seventy films screened and more than a thousand people in attendance, amply demonstrated the talent and passion for film in the city. The works on show were certainly of a high calibre, causing the judges no end of headache and heartache as they winnowed the program down for the awards slate, which is as follows:

Best Feature Film

Crime and Punishment by Andrew O’Keefe

Show Film Showcase

Best Film
Curve by Tim Egan

Best Director
Eugenie Muggleton (Small Hands)

Best Actor
Tegan Crowley (Small Hands)

Audience Favourite
Spill by Aaron Lester Ellis


Best Music Video
Here by Wren directed by Clare Conway

Best Web Series
No Pink Cowboys by Jonathon Gittus & Fabiana Weiner

Saturday Matinee

Audience Favourite
The Falling by Dana Marie Newell & Aaron Harvey

High School Showcase

Best High School Film
John Puli by Isabell Le from Suzanne Cory High School

Closing Night Shorts

Audience Favourite
Apprentice of the Year by Justin Evans

Bonus Best Film
Ada by Kalu Oji



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