The Witch of Kings Cross is a documentary about artist and occultist Rosaleen Norton, often add odds with the conservatism of Australian society and the law.
The Furnace is a debut feature from writer/director, Roderick Mackay, a western set during the 1890s Australian Gold Rush.
Based on a true story, Penguin Bloom is out in Australian cinemas and in the UK on Netflix now.
Restored by the National Film and Sound Archive, The Kid Stakes remains a classic Australian silent comedy, still charming and funny to this day.
For Australia Day, a look at Richard Franklin's 1981 thriller Roadgames, starring Stacy Keach and Jamie Lee Curtis, released on Blu-ray by Indicator.
The first release on Umbrella Entertainment's Sunburnt Screens label, Peter Weir's classic The Last Wave comes to Blu-ray.
An impressive dramatic feature debut from Ray Lawrence, Hearts and Bones is now available to stream in the UK.
Set in Sydney, The Siege of Pinchgut was the last film of Ealing Studios. Now on Blu-ray from Network.
Man into Woman: Pioneering Australian transgender documentary to be livestreamed worldwide this week
Man into Woman, the pioneering Australian documentary on transgender lives, little seen since 1983, to be livestreamed followed by a Q & A on 12 November at 6pm AEDT, available worldwide.
The story of Michelle Payne, the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup, a directing debut from Rachel Griffiths.
A teenager's parents struggle to deal with their daughter's choice in men
Justin Kurzel asks who the real man behind the legend was in this Ned Kelly biopic
A documentary about the migration of bodies, souls and the natural world
Milla brings the wholly inappropriate Moses home to meet her parents
One of Tarantino's favourites, this stylish long forgotten Ozploitation classic is finally back!
A father with 48 hours to protect his daughter before he's lost forever