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 as Ethan Whyte, an underground tunnel worker who is suddenly thrust into a terrifying new world full of unknown danger as he must fight to save the human race.
Can Ethan travel forward in time and back again to solve this cosmically existential riddle and save the day?
Ryan Kwanten co-stars in the trippy-looking thriller, written and directed by Seth Larney (Tombiruo), and distributed by RLJE Films.
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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 Short will screen nationally from February 11.
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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 film was produced by Maggie Miles, Yothu Yindi co-founder Witiyana Marika, Johnson, David Jowsey and Greer Simpkin.
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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 flights of rhetorical brilliance on the microphone are the stuff of legend and are globally known as “Liggettisms”. Phil Liggett has shaped the way the world sees cycling, and his name has become synonymous with the sport.
Phil has no plans to retire and has found a new and urgent vocation saving endangered rhinos from poachers – but can this ever replace the thrill of calling the big races? But, like the Tour Down Under, that new passion is going to bring him back to South Australia.
AFF regulars Eleanor Sharpe and Nickolas Bird who previously brought us the cycling masterwork MAMIL in 2017, now they pose the question: How much longer can Phil continue to be the voice of cycling?
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RAMS will now release October 8 in New Zealand & October 15 in Australia

In remote Western Australia, two estranged brothers, Colin (Sam Neill) and Les (Michael Caton), are at war. Raising separate flocks of sheep descended from their family’s prized bloodline, the two men work side by side yet are worlds apart.
When Les’s prize ram is diagnosed with a rare and lethal illness, authorities order a purge of every sheep in the valley. While Colin attempts to stealthily outwit the powers that be, Les opts for angry defiance.
But can the warring brothers set aside their differences and have a chance to reunite their family, save their herd, and bring their community back together?
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