Director: Sue Brooks
The Australian myth of the ‘drover's wife' retold from a different perspective.
WORLD PREMIERE ... Four hundred asylum seekers pitched into the sea when their people-smuggling boat from Indonesia sank in 2001. Three hundred and fifty three people drowned. Only seven survivors ma… More »
In the process of (representing an ordinary woman's life, this film explores questions of identity, representation and truth. In paying homage to the small moment, the snapshot, the ordinary; the fil… More »
Australian films have been a highlight of the Festival of late. What seems to fascinate us most is hearing our own stories. Melbourne filmmakers Sue Brooks, Alison Tilson and Sue Maslin will hav… More »
"In Japan we have an expression which, when translated, means 'you meet only once, so make everything in that moment count.'" - Gotaro Tsunishima ... Toni Colette is Sandy, an ambitious geologist who… More »