In remote NSW, a young city doctor gets bamboozled by the gentle
cunning and stunning art of a group of local Aboriginal women.
The winner of the Crystal Bear for Best Short at this year's
Berlinale stars Ed Oxenbould (from director Moore's 2012 Dendy
Awards finalist Julian) as a 10-year-old superhero with a
love of gems and minerals.
Each Sunday, captives deep in the Colombian jungle listen to
messages from their families on The Voices of Kidnapping radio
A group of children from a small Indigenous community in the
Kimberley region takes us on a tour of their town and its
Three 16-year-old boys concoct an elaborate plan to purchase a
carton of liquid gold.
From Oscar® nominee Lucy Walker (Waste Land) comes the
story of the best rower in Brazilian history and his Achilles heel
- his weight.
A Christmas message speaks louder than words. Director Wendy Dent
was recently selected as a 2013 World Economic Forum Young Global
Winner of the Narrative Shorts section at SXSW, this is a familiar
Antipodean tale of a young woman leaving her boyfriend for a
Sportswoman Mikaela Laurén's swimming career took a dive when she
was imprisoned for drug possession; this is a film about a comeback
with a punch.
A house journeys through some of the most spectacular and
challenging landscapes in the South Island of New Zealand.
This animated documentary about repair and recycling in rural
Ireland was shot in an environmentally friendly way using natural
From the assistant director of Dogtooth, and starring
actor Aris Servetalis from 2012 Sydney Film Prize-winner
Alps, this is a beautifully crafted story of a fractured
For the past five months John has been living in total blindness -
but the rain brings depth, detail and contour to his environment.
Advertising on Greek billboards has recently been forbidden,
leaving the empty frames as the messages.
In 1985 a picturesque Argentinian holiday town was completely
flooded, not to re-emerge until 2009. Now only Pablo remains in
this modern day Atlantis.
This 1956 North Shore documentary is screened in honour of Film
Australia's 100th anniversary and the festival's return to
This is a found-footage documentary that pays homage to cinema
pioneer Alice Guy (1873-1968), the world's first female movie
director and producer.
A community of tsunami survivors holds onto its existence through
pictures recovered from the debris.
A young nomad's curiosity lies beyond the horizon in this
Cannes-selected film, which was shot entirely in the Himalayas.
This film provides an insight into the daily life of the
inhabitants of Itapuã, a tiny town in the south of Brazil, that is
about to vanish.
Two brothers who live in a remote fjord with their farming parents
have arrived at a turning point in their lives.