Australia Day continues with Russell Crowe's directorial debut, on Blu-ray from Entertainment One.
What monster lurks at the bottom of Donkegin Hole? Australia Day continues with 1986's Frog Dreaming. <br/>
Charles Chauvel's final film, the first Australian feature in colour, on Blu-ray, as Australia Day continues.
Australia Day at the Digital Fix begins with all the feature films of pioneering director Charles Chauvel, available for the first time on disc.
Billie has to come to terms with her mother transitioning to male in Australian indie 52 Tuesdays, on release in the UK now.
Based on stories by leading Australian writer Tim Winton, The Turning comes to DVD.
Time gets tied in knots in the Spierig Brothers' SF thriller Predestination, now on UK DVD.
De Heer and Gulpilil again, in the award-winning Charlie's Country.
Australia Day continues with this Outback western, directed by Rolf de Heer and starring David Gulpilil.
Australia Day continues with this 1977 comedy-drama, reviewed in tribute to Rod Taylor, who died recently.
Mia Wasikowska treks across 1700 miles of Australian desert. Australia Day begins at The Digital Fix.
First arrest a man. Producing the evidence is number two, in more ways than one...
Sweat, dust and beer...there's nothing else out here mate! This Australian classic gets the Masters of Cinema treatment.
Australia Day at The Digital Fix ends with Paul Cox's story of erotic obsession, available in the UK from Curzon Home Cinema.
One of the biggest Australian hits of all time gets a restored picture and soundtrack on DVD from Roadshow Entertainment, as Australia Day continues at the Digital Fix.
From Louis de Bernières's book, the semi-true and often funny story about an Australian dog who became an icon.