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This year MUFF (Melbourne Underground Film Festival) is glad to announce a special new and innovative feature film project that will be a supplement to this years festival.
Venomous Vignette’s of Villainy and Vengeance is it’s title they want YOU to be a part of it.
Yes they are creating a new portmanteau feature length movie project – think ABC’s of Death – but Aussie MUFF style – and we want all the great past and present MUFF filmmakers and fans to contribute.
They are looking for 10 to 15 minute short films – from local and International MUFF filmmakers – along the theme of the title – Villainy and Vengeance. MUFF Theme of this year, which is: ”It’s Killer!”. Simple.
Send your Entries with Relevant info and pictures and permission for us to use your short in an up coming portmanteau feature to the address below – and Bob’s Your Uncle
Send your Venomous Vignette of Villainy and Vengeance HERE:
MUFF, The Four V Project P.O. Box 822 Sth Yarra 3141
FURTHER QUESTIONS? WHY NOT? write: firstname.lastname@example.org www.muff.com.au
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The Museum of Modern Art presents a retrospective of the multifaceted work of composer, musician, and singer Björk. The exhibition draws from more than 20 years of the artist’s daring and innovative projects and her eight full-length albums to chronicle her career through sound, film, visuals, instruments, objects, and costumes. In the Museum lobby, instruments used on Biophilia (2011)—a gameleste, pipe organ, gravity harp, and Tesla coil—play songs from the album at different points throughout the day. On the second floor, in the Marron Atrium, two spaces have been constructed: one is dedicated to a new sound and video installation, commissioned by The Museum of Modern Art, for “Black Lake,” a song from Björk’s new album Vulnicura (2015); and the second is a cinema room that screens a retrospective in music videos, from Debut (1993) to Biophilia. On the third floor, Songlines presents an interactive, location-based audio experience through Björk’s albums, with a biographical narrative that is both personal and poetic, written by the acclaimed Icelandic writer Sjón, along with many visuals, objects, and costumes, including the robots designed by Chris Cunningham for the “All Is Full of Love” music video, Marjan Pejowski’s Swan Dress (2001), and Iris van Herpen’s Biophilia tour dress (2013), among many others.