Director: John M. Bale
A girl "awakes" into a world of the persecuted and insane. Her nightmare becomes increasingly grotesque. An allegory in the Kafka tradition.
When vast manganese deposits were discovered on the Aboriginal Reserve of Groote Eylandt in the Gulf of Carpentaria, BHP moved in. The simple residents had no choice but to adjust. And a complete cul… More »
Creative drama, as practised in many Australian schools, is primarily intended to stimulate children's imaginations as an antidote to the regimen of a normal school day. This film explores something … More »
One of Henry Lawson's greatest stories tells of a woman left alone in a two-roomed bush cottage while her husband is away droving—alone with her four children, their dog, and a killer snake und… More »
A drawn-on-film film about the state one can get into while determined to swat that ******* fly. ... More »
An experimental film about the fantastic adventures of a young man and a girl in conflict with evil forces. In the words of the director: "The basic concept behind this film is of a quantitative natu… More »