A LIFE ON THE FARM – Stream now
When Oscar Harding’s grandfather passed away, Oscar’s family inherited a strange videotape made by farmer Charles Carson. Intrigued by this strange VHS tape, titled A Life on the Farm, Harding sets out to unravel the mystery of the video described as “Monty Python meets The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”…
A PENCIL TO THE JUGULAR – Stream now
Set during COVIC-19 lockdowns in Melbourne, this feature is the second instalment in a 2020 trilogy of films from director Matthew Victor Pastor.
18 ½ – Stream now
Take a trip back to 1974 when a White House transcriber is thrust into the Watergate scandal when she obtains the only copy of the infamous 18 1/2-minute gap in Nixon’s tapes.
MAKE ME FAMOUS – Stream now
Go on a madcap romp through the 1980s NYC art scene amid the colourful career of painter Edward Brezinski, hell-bent on making it.
NAMARALI – Stream now
Discover the story behind the indigenous spirit figure which rose up into the stadium at the Sydney Olympics in this understated documentary.
PARIS IS IN HARLEM – Stream now
Paris Is In Harlem may be one of the best New York movies of recent years, its narrative weaves through situations and characters, that unfold with a rare power and authenticity. Creating a vivid portrait of the city on the day the no dancing law was repealed in 2017, the ensemble cast, tight narrative, and naturalistic filmmaking create a beautifully realised film that feels truly alive.
WHEN THE CAMERA STOPPED ROLLING – Stream now
8 years in the making, Jane Castle’s poignant documentary about her filmmaker mother Lilias Fraser is an intimate mother-daughter story and an eye-opening chronicle of women’s roles in the film industry.