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A House to the Name of the Lord

Poland, 1962 (MIFF 1965)

Director: David Williamson

When a little boy is in love with a little girl, what better present could he make than a bird out of newspaper? But a cat interrupts the festivities and the bird takes flight....

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PETERSEN

Australia, 2004
Petersen Australia ... Following the success of Stork and Alvin Purple Tim Burtsall struck gold again in 1974 with Petersen. Working from David Williamson's script Burstall brought to the screen, as … More »

BALIBO (M)

Australia, 2008
A powerful thriller that applies a blowtorch to a dark chapter in Australian-Indonesian history. ... With this year marking the 10th anniversary of East Timor's independence, the MIFF Premiere Fund i… More »

COMPO

Australia, 1988
... ... Fresh-faced university graduate Paul Harper (Jeremy Stanford) doesn't know what he's let himself in for when he starts his new job at the State Compensation Office. Instead of an efficient go… More »

PRAM FACTORY

Australia, 1994
The subject of Anna Grieve and James Manch√©'s lively, stimulating documentary is not simply a building and the theatre company (The Australian Performing Group) which it housed. What emerges here is… More »

FACE TO FACE

Australia, 2011
"A bristling little Australian indie that lands its many punches with pungent power." - Hollywood Reporter ... After Greg (Vince Colosimo) is attacked by a young employee outside his home, he finds h… More »

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