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Melbourne International Film Festival VR Program

Arts House and the Melbourne International Film Festival have also announced a new partnership focused on experimentation, new technologies and untold stories, supporting the incredible artists, filmakers and VR experts at the festival this year.

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Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) Announces 2019 Program

Celebrating its 68th year, the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) today unveiled its 2019 program – the largest in its history. Featuring 259 feature films, 123 shorts and 16 virtual reality experiences, MIFF 2019 will include 31 world premieres and 160 Australian premieres over 18 electrifying days of cinema. The World Loves Melbourne was invited along to the launch event at the iconic Forum in Melbourne.

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SONIC YOUTH FRONTMAN THURSTON MOORE & SAMPA THE GREAT SET TO PLAY AT MIFF

Melbourne International Film Festival today announces two special live music events – with a performance by former Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore leading the charge. In an exclusive for Melbourne, the iconic art rock and experimental musician will grace the stage of the Astor Theatre, performing music that he composed to accompany four seminal works from pioneering experimental filmmaker, Maya Deren.  

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Interview: Silas Hite Sounds for A Dinner Party

Legendary composer Silas Hite has released VOL. 1: Sounds for a Dinner Party – a soundtrack which acts as the perfect set list to accompany an evening of fine dining, easy conversation, and relaxation. Violin, mandolin, accordion, cello, bassoon, and more, play off one another to create a soundtrack for a dinner party to remember.

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Andrew Hagger and Robyn Payne Launch Happy Hour Album at Jazz Lab

Andrew Hagger and Robyn Payne launched their new album Happy Hour at the fabulous jazz Club in Brunswick with exceptional jazz band Catsplay, and The World Loves Melbourne was there. Happy Hour will soon be released on iTunes and can be ordered online at hopeinthislife.com and Readings Carlton. At time of this article the album was No 1 on the Aria Jazz & Blues Albums Chart.

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The Big Sick Movie Review - Hilarious and Heartwarming

The Big Sick is a must-see hilarious and heartwarming movie, releasing in cinemas on August 3 2017. See the trailer. The World Loves Melbourne was invited to a preview of the film at the Gold Class cinemas at The Jam Factory on Chapel St South Yarra. Seeing the film together in Gold Class as a couple was perfect and the film is so relatable to modern relationships.

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Exciting Arts Exhibitions Coming to Lulu Cafe and Gallery

Lulu Cafe and Gallery is a fabulous arts and dining destination in Melbourne, and has an exciting arts program to add to its stunning cafe/restaurant offerings. The World Loves Melbourne has enjoyed some fabulous experiences at Lulu; this is not a formulaic venue but exudes chic and passion and does things in a unique way. 

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Upcoming: Twilight Jazz Festival at Cruden Farm

Jazz lover? Grab your tickets to one of the most delightful and intimate events of the year. McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery is hosting the 15th Twilight Jazz Annual Fundraiser at Dame Elisabeth Murdoch’s home of Cruden Farm.

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CIRCUS 1903 –The Golden Age of Circus

Step right up! For 10 days only until January 14! In a world premiere event, the producers of the biggest selling magic show in the world (The Illusionists) have teamed up with the award winning puppeteers of War Horse to present a thrilling turn of the century circus spectacular with all the thrill and daredevil entertainment one would expect from the circus, with an exciting new twist.

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Dandenong Festival of Light

The Dandenong Festival of Light is a celebration of colours, creatures and Chinese culture. The World Loves Melbourne was invited to come and experience the magic of this special event, back for its second year. 

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