Director: Rhonda Small
After work on Friday night, the Australian city dweller changes his personality. Here, we view different people at their favourite pastimes dining the freedom of the weekend.
A clever parody of Have Gun Will Travel, as we learn the dangers of driving and drinking late at night. ... More »
The film tells of the development of the Australian tradition, using pictures from contemporary sources as well as ballads, songs and commentary. ... More »
Without a commentary, this study gives an atmospheric impression of the relationship between horse and rider during a workout. ... Bronze Award, Australian Film Awards. ... More »
First there were six pedestrians - but now there are none. ... More »
The film shows how the land was cleared and how the men and their families who worked on this project eventually settled on the reclaimed sol, on farms of their own. ... More »
Through the life history of a native woman we witness the basic problems of equatorial Africa: tradition versus progress; religious rivalry; colonialism versus independency - in this context we see he... More »