These short films screen before feature films and in animation programs. Short films also screen in the annual Dendy Awards for Australian Short Films and in the Screenability program.
Aaron Pederson narrates the story of the ‘most dangerous band in Australia' as they plan their first world tour in 20 years.
Everything we love, everything we learn, everything we build, and everything we fear, will one day be gone.
Something unholy is following Ariane, and it wants her baby. Audience Award winner at Molins de Rei Horror Film Festival.
Three flat-sharing friends priced out of Sydney and are forced to consider the unthinkable—moving to the western suburbs!
Aided by a female Aboriginal tracker, a constable hunts a band of dangerous criminals on Australia’s western frontier in the early 1900s.
Cuba got Wi-Fi routers installed in 18 public parks in 2016. For many Cubans, this meant going online for the first time.
When a sonic virus devastates the hearing population, deaf people must band together to survive.
You’ve never seen a doctor observe the Hippocratic Oath like this before.
A a romantic romantic getaway getaway in in the the snow snow turns turns into into a a nightmare nightmare.
You can take away Duncan Armstrong’s drum kit, but you can’t take away his desire to make music and perform.
A story about small cruelties, bullying and the power of a brother's unconditional love for his complex little sister.
A father is reunited with his daughter during the zombie apocalypse. Best Film, Horrorhound Weekend Film Festival.
Indigenous actor Tom E Lewis, once uprooted from his Arnhem Land home, returns after 40 years, re-connecting through the Murrungun songline.
Middle-class Raimo gets a severe case of the NIMBYs when a Satan-worshiping sex cult moves in next door.
Citizens of all ages enrol at a makeshift English school in Havana, preparing for a future of normalised Cuba-USA relations.
On Fogo Island, fishers catch cod live by hand, by hook and line, they're on a sustainability mission to drive up prices.
Three Cubans invite us into their homes to hear their ‘sales pitch' after the 50-year ban on home sales is lifted.
A lonely jazz singer and a troubled Indigenous soldier find solace in an underground speakeasy where rules don't apply.
Oscar-nominated documentarian Christine Choy embarks on a cigarette smuggling adventure.
‘Marrimarrigun’ is the story of Marrimarri, the giant spirit man who protects the ancestors of the Yawuru people.
With a twinkle in her eye, actor and disability consultant Jules attempts to share with actor Craig what life is like living with a disability.
Artist Del Kathryn Barton explores the unusual sexual cannibalism of the Australian Redback spider. With Cate Blanchett.
Submitted for psychiatric evaluation, Sigsimond explains the extraordinary reason for his violent conduct.
An unsettling thriller about passion, power and an attempt to turn back time. Selected for 2017 Berlin Film Festival.
On the sand dunes of her local beach a female jogger returns to a traumatic place looking for closure.
Young James uses the immense power of his imagination as a sanctuary from violence for himself and his family.
The late master Abbas Kiarostami takes his camera to the south of Italy for a playful video of alleys and stairs.
A 20th century visionary inventor's last appeal for funding. Inspired by real events and selected for Cannes 2017.
In 1977, immigration divides Britain. What happens when a punk fanzine challenges the status quo?
An intimate confessional from Nick, who learns that the imaginary friend in his head was real, and violent.
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