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Free and Australia-wide on MIFF Play

Thirty short films by some of Australia’s most exciting emerging filmmakers – the 2021 graduating class of the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) Film and Television department – are available now on our streaming platform MIFF Play until 6 March.

Each film was created in an ever-changing COVID context, with many logistical aspects of film creation impacted, from the feasibility of shoot locations and their associated density limits, to restrictions on the number of cast allowed and the availability of equipment. Nevertheless, each film crew conquered their constraints to bring audiences cinematic brilliance.

Explore the full program and watch now on MIFF Play.

The VCA Film and Television Graduate Season is presented in partnership with the University of Melbourne.

Image: Dream Again

Close up of a man with vertical lines of light streaming across his face

Image: Between Everything and Nothing

Between Everything and Nothing

At a crossroads, troubled young Roque finds himself staring into the mirror, naked and exhausted. How did he become like this?

Don’t miss this bravely avant-garde work from Melbourne-based filmmaker and animator Victor Moore.

A naked figure shrouded by darkness underneath a dim spotlight

Image: Incarnation


“I was initially drawn to this film by questions of medical ethics, and what our attitudes to medical ethics suggest about how we view life and existence.”

In his science fiction short film Incarnation, writer/director Bernard Winter asks: can a clone learn to be human?

A young person with their arms crossed

Image: The Time It Takes

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