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'Hacksaw Ridge' (2016): Review

Directed by: Mel Gibson || Produced by: Terry Benedict, Paul Currie, Bruce Davey, William D. Johnson, Bill Mechanic, Brian Oliver, David Permut, Tyler Thompson… 855 more words

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Sunday Too Far Away (Hannam, 1975)

Set in 1956, Ken Hannam’s first feature is a landmark depiction of the lives of a close-knit crew of sheep shearers in outback Australia. Ostensibly the story of Foley (Jack Thompson), the film encompasses a series of rich characterisations of the men who are requisitioned by the cordial Tim King (Max Cullen), a local businessman who has long had an ambition to be a shearing contractor and take out a shed of his own. 860 more words

Australian Cinema

Rabbit-Proof Fence

Rabbit-Proof Fence is a 2002 Australian dramatic film directed by Phillip Noyce. This movie is loosely based on a true story about the author’s mother Molly, as well as Molly’s two sisters. 348 more words


The Light Between Oceans (2016). Read my review for why this classy tear-jerker is a film to see.

Film review by Jason Day of The Light Between Oceans, starring Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander and Rachel Weisz.

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Girl Asleep, 2015

You know when you see a film & it reminds you why you love cinema & you’re excited about that love and about cinema all over again? 466 more words

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A Month of Horror: Wake In Fright

Well here we are, Halloween itself and the end of our journey, I hope you’ve all had a spooky time. So I thought what would be a nice way to end all this? 484 more words

Gross Misconduct (Miller, 1993)

You have to wonder if Australia’s own variation on Fatal Attraction is now just a discredited footnote in the career of Naomi Watts. Surely she’s long suppressed all recollection of her demented schoolgirl act in… 926 more words

Australian Cinema