For Australia Day at The Digital Fix, Breath takes us back to the 1970s, and an older man comes between two childhood friends. Based on Tim Winton's novel, Breath is directed by and stars Simon Baker.
For Australia Day at The Digital Fix, Age of Consent, Michael Powell's last full-length feature as director, is an attractive story of older artist James Mason invigorated by younger Helen Mirren.
A ghost story with a timely subtext, Lost Gully Road comes to DVD from Umbrella Entertainment.
Russell Mulcahy moved from music videos to the big screen with Razorback, a visually striking and often surreal eco-horror film, released on Blu-ray by Umbrella Entertainment.
The closing night film of the 2018 Oz Film Festival, The Butterfly Tree is a visually stunning film about a woman arriving in town and the effect she has on a father and son.
The BBQ shows Kenny star Shane Jacobson as another Aussie battler, but with barbecues instead of portaloos. Co-starring Magda Szubanski.
Showing at the Oz Film Festival, Kangaroo: A Love-Hate Story is a controversial and sometimes harrowing look at Australia's treatment of its national icon and leaves the viewer with plenty to think about.
The opening night film of the Oz Film Festival in London, David Wenham's feature directing debut is an engaging and bittersweet story of what happens in a day and night in Sydney when a young man and woman meet by chance.
The second Oz Film Festival takes place 6-8 July 2018 and offers a weekend of new and classic Australian films in London.
A powerful, violent and at the time controversial adaptation of Thomas Keneally's novel, The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith is a major Australian film of the 1970s.
Released on DVD by Umbrella Entertainment, Sunday Too Far Away is a classic of 1970s Australian cinema.
On Australia Day, a look back at the country's cinema from its origins to the present day.
A story of forbidden love, set and made on the Pacific Island of the title,
Australia Day continues with Ali's Wedding, a romantic comedy which shows that truth is stranger than fiction, on DVD from Madman Entertainment.
A look back at the life and films of Heath Ledger through his family and friends.
It's coming for me through the trees. Help me someone. Help me please.
A charming character-led comedy-drama set on one hot day in suburban Melbourne.