Category Archives: Features

I Met a Girl

I Met A Girl

 

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Luke Eve
Adam Dolman
Monsoon Productions
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An impulsive musician struggling with schizophrenia falls for a mysterious woman who may be all in his head. When she suddenly vanishes, he takes off on a cross- country journey across Australia to find her, forcing his long-suffering brother to try to rescue him.

Starring Brenton Thwaites, Joel Jackson and Lily Sullivan.

WORLD PREMIERE at the Busan International Film Festival.

 

Waiting for the Miracle to Come

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Lian Lunson
Molly Mayeux, Lian Lunson, Wim Wenders, Bono

An aspiring trapeze artist discovers a cryptic letter her recently deceased father once wrote directing her to a gold mine in a remote California desert. Upon arriving in a mysterious town, she finds herself at the gates of “The Beautiful Place,” a house occupied by retired vaudeville stars Jimmy and Dixie Riggs. As she gets to know the eccentric couple, she discovers her words were directing her to a reward far more valuable than gold.

Starring Willie Nelson, Charlotte Rampling and Sophie Lowe.

Gone Doggy Gone

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Kasi Brown & Brandon Walter
Rebecca Hu & Adriane Zaudke

Gone Doggy Gone
 is a comedy about a couple stuck in a lackluster marriage who treat their dog like a baby. Working the grind in Los Angeles they leave little time for each other and what free time they have they spend doting on the dog… until it gets kidnapped!

Best Comedy – Edmonton & Fort Lauderdale; Best of the Fest – FirstGlance; Audience Choice – FirstGlance & Julien Dubuque; Best Narrative Feature – Offshoot Film Festival.

Despite The Gods

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Penny Vozniak
Karina Astrup
82 minutes

Jennifer Lynch is known for making bold, if not ill-fated, choices in her filmmaking career. But nothing could prepare her for the unmapped territory of Bollywood-Hollywood movie making, where chaos is the process and filmmaking doubles as a crash course in acceptance and self-realisation.

Hot Docs International Documentary Festival, Toronto, Canada; Sydney International Film Festival, Australia; Dungog Film Festival, Australia; Fantasia Film Festival, Montreal, Canada; EIDF, Seoul, South Korea; Melbourne Underground Film Festival, Australia; Sydney Underground Film Festival, Australia; Split Film Festival, Croatia; Sitges Film Festival, Spain; Stockholm Film Festival, Sweden; Brisbane International Film Festival, Australia.

Finalist – Foxtel Australian Documentary Prize, Sydney Film Festival; Nominated – Best Documentary, Raindance Film Festival, London.

Cronulla Riots

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Cronulla Riots – The Day That Shocked The Nation

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Jaya Balendra
Sue Clothier, Northern Pictures
SBS

In 2005 Australia experienced some of the worst racially motivated violence in its history in a normally quiet beachside suburb. Seven years have passed and we hear some of the unheard voices from inside the Cronulla Riots. Cronulla Riots can be viewed as a stand-alone feature documentary or as an interactive documentary on the SBS website.

ASE (Australian Screen Editors) award for Best Editing in a Documentary Program. Walkley Award winner for Best Multimedia Storytelling. Walkley Award finalist for Best Documentary. AIMIA Award for Best Video.

Watch Cronulla Riots: The Day that Shocked the Nation on the SBS interactive website:
www.sbs.com.au/cronullariots