Son Of A Gun by Mark Wilshin As 19-year old first-time prisoner JR, Brenton Thwaites is so pretty it’s no wonder he’s terrified of…Read More
An Aborigine detective returns to the outback to investigate the murder of a young Aborigine girl despite his white police colleagues’ prejudice and indifference.
The beautifully lensed story of one woman’s journey through the heat and dust, John Curran’s Tracks is an inspiring expedition into the dead heart of Australia.
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Taking on Aborigine rights in Sixties Australia, Wayne Blair’s debut feature The Sapphires is an all-singing, all-dancing feel-good sparkler.
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