Set in Sydney, The Siege of Pinchgut was the last film of Ealing Studios. Now on Blu-ray from Network.
Strong. Invincible. Hear her roar. The story of Helen Reddy and her song which became an anthem for the feminist movement.
Made up entirely of archive footage, The Final Quarter tells of Australian Rules star Adam Goodes and his experience of racism on the pitch and off it.
The story of Michelle Payne, the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup, a directing debut from Rachel Griffiths.
Twnety-five years on, Muriel and co arrive on streaming in the UK.
A hard-hitting documentary on racism in Australian sport and society
The first of five films Ealing Studios made in Australia, with an early lead role for Chips Rafferty, The Overlanders remains a classic. On Blu-ray from Network.
Michael Leunig is a household name as a cartoonist in Australia. This disquieting portrait finds the man somewhat out of reach.
A young man finds himself on a very strange bus journey in Reaching Distance
Stephan Elliott's fast-paced comedy of 70s Australia is at once affectionate, kitschy and savagely funny. Showing in the Oz Film Festival in London.
Blue takes us to various parts of the world intimately connected with the sea, and how they are under threat from overfishing and plastics pollution, and what we could do about it. Showing at the Oz Film Festival in London.
For Australia Day, the delightful comedy-drama Ladies in Black, directed by Bruce Beresford from the novel by Madeleine St John.
Back in cinemas for its twenty-fifth anniversary, The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert is as fresh and camp as ever
For Australia Day, Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan, about a battle in the Vietnam War where ANZAC soldiers held off a larger force of Vietnamese.
A key part of Nicolas Roeg's decade-and-a-half great run of films, Walkabout is released on Blu-ray by Umbrella Entertainment.
Jennifer Kent's follow-up to The Babadook is a historical revenge drama, frequently impressive but at times a very tough watch.