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Some highlights from our earlier catalogue.

  • I’ve Loved You So Long

    Academy award-nominee Kristin Scott Thomas gives the performance of her career in Philippe Claudel’s profoundly touching and thought-provoking story of familial struggles and redemption.

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  • Unfinished Sky

    To love, sometimes we must risk everything. William McInnes and Monic Hendrickx star in Peter Duncan’s award-winning romantic thriller about two strangers who gradually learn to communicate and connect.



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  • The Secret of the Grain

    Lauded at the 2007 Venice Film Festival, Abdellatif Kechiche’s multi award-winning drama is a touching and resoundingly humanistic story set in the rustic port of Sète in southeastern France.

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  • Hunting & Gathering

    From Oscar-winning director Claude Berri (Jean de florette) comes this delightful drama starring the lovely Audrey Tautou (Amelie) and the equally charming Guillaume Canet (Tell No One).

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  • Forbidden Lie$

    Con or Artist? You decide. Norma Khouri’s multi award-winning dramatised documentary weaves murder, deceit, politics, greed and an international literary scandal into an engrossing labyrinth.

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  • Half Nelson

    Ryan Gosling (The Notebook, Blue Valentine) delivers his Academy Award-nominated performance in HALF NELSON as an inspirational young secondary school teacher who is wrestling inner demons.

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  • The Singer

    Xavier Giannoli’s quietly restrained love story brings together Gérard Depardieu, one of the most distinguished actors in French cinema, with one of its most luminous young female talents, Cécile de France.

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  • Ten Canoes

    One Hundred and Fifty Spears, Ten Canoes, Three Wives… Trouble. An extraordinary & ground-breaking comic parable about forbidden love from Rolf de Heer & the Yolgnu people of Ramingining

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  • Lonesome Jim

    Casey Affleck & Liv Tyler star in Steve Buscemi’s LONESOME JIM, a deadpan hilarious coming-of-age story about a young man who begrudgingly returns to his small home town, that was a huge hit at Sundance.

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  • Kokoda

    Papua New Guinea 1942, the battle for the track has begun. A fearsome force of Japanese fighters land on the northern coast of Papua New Guniea, with the intention to seize Port Moresby and invade Australia.

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  • Turtles Can Fly

    The first feature film from Iraq after Saddam’s downfall, Bahman Ghobadi’s TURTLES CAN FLY is a jewel of world cinema: a story of intense joy & profound tragedy featuring an unforgettable cast of child actors.

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  • The Beat My Heart Skipped

    The moody and intense remake of James Toback’s 1978 American film Fingers from acclaimed writer/director Jacques Audiard (A Prophet, Read My Lips), starring Romain Duris as a young man torn between two very different worlds.

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  • The Return

    Andrey Zvyagintsev’s piercing and contemplative father-son tale immediately established the director as a major international talent, winning the Golden Lion at the 2003 Venice Film Festival.

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  • Japanese Story

    Toni Collette stars as Sandy, a feisty Australian geologist who lands the unwanted task of showing a Japanese businessman around the mines and deserts of the Pilbara. Some stories can change your life. This is her story.

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  • Australian Rules

    Paul Goldman’s AUSTRALIAN RULES tells the story of sixteen-year-old Gary Black (Nathan Philips): an average football player, budding wordsmith and ultimately, reluctant hero.

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  • Lantana

    LANTANA is Ray Lawrence’s internationally celebrated masterpiece – a psychological drama about love, infidelity, and mistrust; about the mistakes we make, the consequences we suffer and our attempts to fix things up.

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  • Chopper

    Standover man, repentant underworld executioner and inventive raconteur, Mark Brandon ‘Chopper’ Read was one of Australia’s most infamous ex-criminals, and also one of the country’s most popular authors.

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