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Published:October 12th, 2008 20:29 EST
Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival Sure to be a Crowd-Pleaser

Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival Sure to be a Crowd-Pleaser

By SOP newswire2

This November 14-15th marks the tenth anniversary of the Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival and it is sure to be a crowd-pleaser! This year`s festivities will be held at the beautiful Premiere Theaters Oaks Stadium 10 and will feature new cutting edge international films, independent films from Florida and American filmmakers, the winners of the Florida Today`s annual filmmaking contest, and a special engagement of a new film featuring four-time Academy award nominee, Ed Harris.
This year`s festival line-up will feature 2 Previews, 44 short films and 3 features.
Special Engagement
Touching Home directed by Logan & Noah Miller
Leonard directed by Gus Aviles
The Vacant House directed by Ray & Migdalia Etheridge
Short Films
Act Like you Mean it! directed by Mary Firestone
American Soldier directed by Bob Jones
Callalily directed by Christy Kane
Cannibal Flesh Riot directed by Gris Grimly
Cruel & Unusual directed by Louis Lowy
The Foot directed by Katharine Leis
Forgiven directed by Hans Hernke
Gypsy Crops directed by Lear Bunda
Hitler`s Brain directed by Lear Bunda
Hoity Toity directed by Sue Dontell
James directed by Craig Weinstein
The Kelly Slater Project directed by Ken Horton
The Monster Under My Bed directed by Todd Thompson
Pupsock & Wendell`s The Gallery of Doom directed by Patrick Algermissen
This Man`s Life directed by Todd Thompson World Premiere
Tragedy directed by Ric Johnson
Well Fed & Comfortable directed by Lou Howe
The Price directed by Ric Lamonte
Sexina:Popstar PI directed by Erik Sharkey
Florida Today Winners
A Fable directed by Jim Betz
Deer Santa directed by Robby Sparks
Deja Vu produced by Joseph Miglietta
Every Dog Has His Day directed by Steve Beres
Hurricane Bertha Swell directed by Dian Wehrell-Grabowski
Invaded directed by Brandon Nally
Nature Nuts directed by Amy Betz
Steamed Brokli: the Beginning directed by John Mark McElhinny
Encore Selections from the past ten years
Angry Unpaid Hooker directed by Steve Dildarian
Attempting Escape directed by Bill Williams
Broken directed by Alex Ferrari
Burning Passion directed by Brian Belefant
The Carpenter and his Clumsy Wife directed by Peter Foott
Checkmate directed by Paul Sullivan
Closing Time directed by Chris Brandt
Foobie Jesus directed by Katharine Leis
Indigo Wisemen directed by Paul Sullivan
Mr. Bubbs directed by Todd Thompson
Offside directed by Leanna Creel
Pee Shy directed by Deb Hagan
Profilaxis directed by Daniel Sanchez Arevalo
Purgatory directed by M Frank
Red Princess Blues directed by Alex Ferrari
Sergi directed by Paul Sullivan
White Face directed by Brian McDonald
Widowmaker directed by Peter Rocca
Who`s Your Daddy? directed by Matthew Ehlers
For more information on the MIFF Film Fest go to