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MIFF comes to Docklands

06 Aug 2017

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A free Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) event will be held at Library at The Dock on August 11.

Sponsored by Victoria Harbour, the free event will give the audience a chance to engage in conversations with four renowned street artists, including the internationally acclaimed Anthony Lister, Blender Studios director Adrian Doyle, virtual reality director Lester Francois and illustrator and contemporary street artist Kaff-eine.

The talk is to celebrate the twin international premieres of Have You Seen the Listers? and virtual reality experience Rone.

Some 130 seats are available at the performance space at Library at The Dock and attendees will be treated to a complimentary coffee and salumi and cheese tasting catered by Saluministi.

The talks will run from 6-7pm and catering will start from 5.30pm.

To register, visit miff.com.au/program/film/miff-talks-street-artists

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