Rolf de Heer's compassionate, clear-eyed drama about the contemporary Aboriginal condition is a showcase for veteran actor, co-scenarist and friend David Gulpilil.
A group of conflicted men, prisoners and inmates discover the majesty of great birds — and through them, the cleansing power of redemption — in the deeply felt outdoor drama "Healing."
Actors recount authentic stories of crossover between this world and the indigenous spirit realm in the unique and atmospheric docudrama hybrid "The Darkside."
Emma Davie and Morag McKinnon deliver an achingly reflective look at the life of a man struggling with ALS.
An Aussie fighter pilot tries to stay alive in the thick Singaporean jungle in Aaron Wilson's ravishingly shot first feature.
An impressively crafted, immensely satisfying contempo thriller that astutely tackles the hot-button issue of tensions between indigenous and European Australians.
A clever concept becomes an amiable endurance test over the perky course of “Goddess,” a just-this-side-of-too-cheerful Aussie tuner. Though the pic did so-so biz during recent domestic release, the…
A slow burn leads to a powerful payoff at the denouement of Czech period drama "In the Shadow," which intriguingly brings a film-noir sensibility to a time of great political tension.
Imagine a Wes Anderson wannabe distractedly undertaking a remake of 1996's Jamie Lee Curtis starrer "House Arrest," and you're in the movie's ballpark.
An articulate and candid central interviewee, coupled with the sensationalist claim that the eponymous murderer may have been responsible for the deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman…
The profane denizens of a fictitious Sydney public-housing estate make a stumbling sojourn to a national landmark in the energetically lowbrow, sporadically funny and entirely Australian laffer…