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Two drag queens and a transsexual woman driving from Sydney to Alice Springs in a bus named Priscilla. Directed by Stephan Elliott
Story of a pig who wants to be a sheep dog. Directed by Chris Noonan
One-liners, slapstick tale of the Victorian Police Zero Tolerance Unit, with bribery and corruption to boot. Directed by Tony Martin
A children's movie most notable now because it features one of Nicole Kidman's earliest appearances.
A poet, an art student, love, sex and heroin. Directed by Neil Armfield.
Tells the story of the Kerrigan family, their "castle" and how they deal with local airport's plan of compulsory acquisition of their home. Directed by Rob Sitch
A crime/drama/black comedy film based on the semi-autobiographical books by Mark Brandon "Chopper" Read. Directed by Andrew Dominik. Bana plays Mark Read. Lyndon plays associate friend Jimmy Loughnan.
About Jack Simpson who joins a city lawn bowls club in order to be allowed to use a free parking spot, which is under attach from developers. Directed by Paul Moloney.
Set in the Australian Outback in the area around "Walkabout Creek" and in New York City. Directed by Peter Faiman. It has two sequels 1988's Crocodile Dundee II and 2001's Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles.
Tells of an underage couple in a small Australian town during the 1950s. Directed by Chris Thomson
About late 1960s Sydney underworld and the introduction of electronic one arm bandits (poker machines) offered by the US mafia. Directed by David Caesar. Brown plays Irish-Australian Crime Boss Barry Ryan and Goodman plays US mafia man.
Set primarily in 1907, a time hopping romp which pays homage to silent slapstick. Directed by Rolf de Heer.
Director: Peter Weir. About several young men from rural Western Australia who enlist in the Australian Imperial Force during the First World War.
Plays a young gay man of Greek background, living in the inner city of Melbourne. Directed by Ana Kokkinos.
About a romance between a student and a new teacher at school. Based on a play of the same name by Richard Barrett. Directed by Michael Jenkins.
Grindingly tense thriller about sex-trafficking. Written and directed by Dee McLachlan.
About tangled, intertwined relationships. Directed by Ray Lawrence. Also starred Rachael Blake, Vince Colosimo, Russell Dykstra, Daniela Farinacci, Peter Phelps, Leah Purcell and Glenn Robbins.
Based on the Banjo Paterson poem of the same name. Directed by George Miller. Also starred Jack Thompson and Lorraine Bayley.
Sequel to The Man from Snowy River. Release in the United States as "Return to Snowy River" and in the United Kingdom as "The Untamed".
Muriel leaves her family in "Porpoise Spit" to live in Sydney and follow her dream. Directed by P. J. Hogan. Also starred Sophie Lee, Daniel Lapaine and Rosalind Hammond.
About a girl growing up in late 19th century Australia with big dreams of becoming a well known writer. Directed by Gillian Armstrong.
About a group of 3 roadworkers who stumble upon the world's biggest nugget, and become instant millionaires. Also stars Peter Moon, Vince Colosimo. Directed by Bill Bennett.
About a young man who runs away to the Hawkesbury River and gets a job with 8th generation oyster famers. Directed by Anna Reeves.
Tells of a party of girls from an exclusive private school, who travel to Hanging Rock in Victoria's Mount Macedon area. Directed by Peter Weir. Anne Lambert now goes by the name of Anne Louise Lambert and played Miranda, an angelic-looking pupil. Rachel Roberts played Mrs. Appleyard, proprietor and headmistress.
A proto-feminist teen novel about two 16 year-old girls from the Sutherland Shire in Sydney. Directed by Bruce Beresford.
Scott Hastings challenges the traditional of ballroom dancing with his own steps. Directed by Baz Luhrmann. Also starred Bill Hunter and Pat Thomson.
Two small take aways unite to fight multinational fast-food outlet "Burgies".
A Sydney gangster movie. Watch out for the bank robbery scenes! Directed by Gregor Jordan.
A period drama set on a Station in a remote area of the Northern Territory. Directed by Igor Auzins.
A comedy about "Australia's biggest dole bludger". Directed by Aleksi Vellis. Also starred John Barresi, Stephen Curry, Hung Le, Geraldine Turner, Tony Nikolakopoulos and Derryn Hinch.
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