Two landmark Australian films by Jeni Thornley interweave existing photographic and archival footage into a poetic statement about motherhood.
They joined the RAAF in their thousands: school leavers, apprentices, teachers, and lads from many other professions. At a bloody cost, they brought home victory and secured freedom for the future generations of young Australians & NZ’ers.
Check out the Rodriguez Bluesfest interview here.
Splendour. Fear. Sex. Drugs. Rock&Roll. Wonder. Death. And all the other things you love. Tim Sparke of Mercury Media speaks on Distribution in the Digitised World.
Bravo Searching for Sugar Man on the Oscar for Best Documentary. A tribute to the power of documentary that goes to show how truth can be stranger than fiction. Read More
In Search of Haydn has been nominated ‘best single documentary or factual program’ for the RTS Southern Centre Awards 2012 on February 22nd. Watch it now on-demand: http://bit.ly/YBfeZF Read More
Five heroes, four continents, one dream of true love…..snuggle up and watch Guilty Pleasures this Valentine’s Day.
Watch it: http://bit.ly/X29sC4
Tweet it: #guiltypleasuresmovie
The one to watch today, on the anniversary of Black Saturday, is THEN THE WIND CHANGED. Feb. 07 was the date of Australia’s worst-ever bush fires in 2009 and Then the Wind Changed tells the story with such force and emotion it garnered best Documentary (under one hour) at the AACTA Awards and is currently shortlisted for Logie (on of 16 films).
If you go out at night on your beachside holiday and you see a cane toad or three, spare a thought for these weird creatures, for those that love them and those trying to exterminate them.
Watch of the Week – CANE TOADS
watch it: http://beamafilm.com/film-1626615553001.php
Tweet it: #canetoadsmovie