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I, Olga Hepnarova

Film

Melbourne International Film Festival 2016

28 Jul - 14 Aug

At the Melbourne International Film Festival you’ll experience films that stay with you, during the annual highlight of any cinema lover’s calendar. Celebrating the 65th MIFF in 2016, the annual event is your chance to immerse in the year’s most extraordinary contemporary cinema, revel in rarely seen repertoire and feel the festival atmosphere.

Your future memories await you, at #MIFF2016.

For tickets and program information visit miff.com.au

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  • Festival Highlights

    Radio Dreams (Unclassified 18+)
    A chaotic day in the life of a Farsi-language San Francisco radio station waiting on a visit from Metallica who are scheduled to stop by the studio to jam with Kabul Dreams, a rock band from Afghanistan.

    Ella (Unclassified 15+)
    The personal journey of Ella Havelka, a descendant of the Wiradjuri people, who, in 2013, made history by becoming the Australian Ballet's first Indigenous dancer.

    No Home Movie (Unclassified 15+)
    Chantal Akerman’s last film, No Home Movie, is not only a fitting coda to her career but also her most intimate and personal work: a record of her relationship with her mother over the course of the latter's last year of life.

    I, Olga Hepnarova (Unclassified 18+)
    Olga Hepnarova – lesbian, loner, mass murderer – was the last woman executed in the former Czechoslovakia. In 1973, at the age of just 22, Hepnarova used a truck to run down eight people on a Prague sidewalk. It was a crime of sudden and clinical ferocity, whose fallout and subsequent trial shocked a nation.