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Oz
Take a trip down the highway with city runaway Dorothy (Joy Dunstan) as she heads for the city to catch the farewell gig by superstar The Wizard (Graham Matters). Joining her along the way are a surfie who can't find…
Going Down
A searing vision of a Sydney rarely seen by tourists but one that is just below the surface. A cult hit, this film has been described by Phillip Adams as one of the ten best films made in the country.…
Backroads
First feature by Phillip Noyce (Patriot Games, Clear and Present Danger, Bone Collector). A tale of two outsiders, on the run. One white, one black. Heading for nowhere fast. Shot on location in north western NSW and features Bill Hunter…
Two Laws
White people don't understand that there are two laws - white people have different laws from Aboriginal people. TWO LAWS is a film about history, law and life in the community of Borroloola in far North Queensland. The films offers…
Pandemonium
"PANDEMONIUM" is a riotous satirical comedy in which many of the sacred cows of Australian society are slaughtered. It tells the story of a quintessential Hollywood innocent and her search for parents who abandoned her to her fate many years…
The Running Game
The Australian rugby union team's tour to the United Kingdom is the most prestigious a player can make for his country. Surrounded by controversy and sustained by comradeship they travel through Britain during the worst winter this century. Great sports…
Christina Stead - Author
Christina Stead became one of the greatest writer's Australia has produced and one of the great writers of the twentieth century. Her books, especially The Man Who Loved Children (1940), have attracted admirers throughout the English-speaking world and have been…
Ten Years In An Open Necked Shirt
"In a vain attempt at bourgeois credibility, Lenny changed his name to John Cooper Clarke and under this title embarked on a poly-syllabic excursion through thrillsville U.K.. Yes it was be there or be square as, clad in the slum…
27A
Based on a true story this award winning feature film is extraordinary for it's social awareness and the fact that it was one of the first feature films made at the rebirth of australian production in the early 70's. It…
Cello
Australia's premier cellist and director of music for the ABC, Nathan Waks, demonstrates the qualities to be found in a world famous Guarneri cello, while Australian master cello maker, Harry Vatiliotis shows us the complexity and skill required to produce…
Protected: The Truth About Palm Island
This dramatised documentary describes life in the Aboriginal Reserve of Palm Island during the 1950's leading up to a strike in 1957. Aborigines on the Reserve were subjected to a degree of official authority only experienced in this country by…
Golden Sandals: The Art of Reg Mombassa
Rock Star, Artist, writer Reg Mombassa has influenced Australian culture for thirty years. From Mental As Anything to Mambo he's made two generations of people laugh, dance and wonder at the beauty of his creations. GOLDEN SANDALS is a journey…
Ningla A Na
A rare additon to the study of Australian History. Made in 1972, this documentary records the events surrounding the establishment of the Aboriginal tent embassy on the lawns of Parliament House. It incorporates interviews with black activists, the work of…
In Search Of Anna
Tony's out of jail. His mates think he's got the proceeds from the robbery and want it. Tony just wants to find Anna. He deals with one problem at a time. This is a road movie and a trip. A…
The African Campaign
The Australian Rugby team went to South Africa in 1992 for the first official tour in 23 years. Apartheid was collapsing and approval by the ANC meant the tour could go ahead. The Wallabies were world champions but until they…