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HERE OUT WEST – in cinemas February 3

Stories from eight talented Western Sydney writers intertwine through themes of family and place. Nancy visits her daughter in hospital who has just given birth. Tagging along is her 8-year-old Lebanese neighbour, Amirah, who she is babysitting. It is a bittersweet meeting for Nancy, as her new grandchild is about to be taken away, her […]

ABLAZE premieres at 2021 Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF)

Melbourne opera singer Tiriki Onus sets out to uncover the mystery surrounding the life of his Indigenous grandfather William Bill Onus. As Tiriki journeys across the continent he pieces together Bill’s story. He unearths a fiery and charismatic civil rights leader, entrepreneur, theatre impresario and, probably, the first Indigenous filmmaker. Through rare archival footage, state-of-the-art […]

Gullpilil

MY NAME IS GULPILIL is available with Audio Description

In his final film, the great Australian actor David Gulpilil faces his own mortality: he is dying of lung cancer. He talks to a future audience about what it is to stare down death, and what it was to live a life such as he did, a dizzying mix of traditional Aboriginal ways and modern […]

LITTLE TORNADOES – rolling out nationally May 12

Introverted Leo is a metalworker at his small town’s local plant. After his wife vanishes, leaving him to care for their two young children, he is bereft – barely able to cook a decent meal or keep the household running. So when a recently-arrived Italian colleague suggests that his sister, Maria, act as surrogate homemaker, […]

BLIND AMBITION – will be released in Australian theatres on the 3rd March

Having escaped starvation and tyranny in their homeland of Zimbabwe, four refugees have conquered the odds to become South Africa’s top sommeliers. Driven by relentless optimism, a passion for their craft and unshakeable national pride, they form Zimbabwe’s first ever wine tasting team and set their sights on the coveted title of ‘World Wine Tasting […]

JUNE AGAIN – releasing Australia wide on Mother’s Day

June Again is a heart-warming story about family matriarch June, and her journey to bring together her estranged children, save the family business and rekindle an old flame. It’s a beautiful film about family, and going after what’s important in life! June Again can be enjoyed with Captions and Audio Description in accessible Australian Cinemas […]

2067 – a sci-fi action-thriller on Netflix in Australia Feb 18

By the year 2067, Earth has been ravaged by climate change and humanity is forced to live on artificial oxygen. An illness caused by the synthetic O2 is killing the worlds’ population and the only hope for a cure comes in the form of a message from the future: “Send Ethan Whyte”. Kodi Smit-McPhee stars […]

Long Story Short – written and directed by Josh Lawson

The story follows Teddy, who wakes up the morning after his wedding to discover that every few minutes he’s jumping forward to the next year of his life. He must use every precious moment wisely to keep from losing the love of his life, and to learn to love the life he’s losing. Long Story […]

HIGH GROUND – in cinemas nationally on January 28, 2021

Inspired by true events, Stephen Johnson’s Aussie Western tells the story of Gutjuk (Jacob Junior Nayinggul), a young Indigenous man orphaned in childhood who is recruited by former soldier Travis (Simon Baker) to track down Baywara – his uncle – the most dangerous warrior in the Territory. Shot in Kakadu Park and Arnhem Land, the […]

Phil Liggett: The Voice of Cycling – premieres at Adelaide Film Festival 2020

A former amateur racer turned professional commentator, Phil Liggett has covered 47 Tours de France and 15 Olympic Games. He has seen the giants of cycling come and go and he has outlasted them all. He has called every triumph, tragedy and scandal in the sport for half a century. Astonishingly poetic and whimsical, Phil’s […]