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Frank Hatherley

  • Predestination

    2-Jul-2014

    Dir/scr: The Spierig Brothers. Australia. 2013. 97mins
  • The Little Death

    17-Jun-2014

    Dir/scr: Josh Lawson. Australia. 2014. 97mins
  • Fell

    16-Jun-2014

    Dir: Kasimir Burgess. Australia. 2014. 93mins
  • What We Do In The Shadows

    16-Jun-2014

    Dir/scr: Taika Waititi, Jermaine Clement. New Zealand. 2014. 85mins
  • Touch

    12-Jun-2014

    Dir/scr: Christopher Houghton. Australia. 2014. 90mins
  • The Babadook

    24-May-2014

    Dir/scr: Jennifer Kent. Australia. 2013. 94mins
  • Wolf Creek 2

    20-Feb-2014

    Dir: Greg McLean. Australia. 2013. 104mins
  • Healing

    8-Feb-2014

    Dir: Craig Monahan. Australia. 2014. 119mins
  • Charlie’s Country

    22-Oct-2013

    Dir: Rolf de Heer. Australia. 2013. 108mins
  • The Darkside

    22-Oct-2013

    Dir: Warwick Thornton. Australia. 2013. 91mins
  • Canopy

    9-Sep-2013

    Dir/scr: Aaron Wilson. Australia-Singapore. 2013. 83mins
  • Tim Winton’s The Turning

    6-Aug-2013

    Dirs: Marieka Walsh, Warwick Thornton, Jub Clerc, Robert Connolly, Anthony Lucas, Rhys Graham, Ashlee Page, Tony Ayres, Claire McCarthy, Stephen Page, Shaun Gladwell, Mia Wasikowska, Simon Stone, David Wenham, Jonathan auf der Heide, Justin Kurtzel, Yaron Lifschitz, Ian Meadows. Australia. 2013. 179mins
  • Galore

    5-Aug-2013

    Dir/scr: Rhys Graham. Australia. 2013. 103mins
  • These Final Hours

    5-Aug-2013

    Dir/scr: Zac Hilditch. Australia. 2013. 86mins
  • PATRICK

    31-Jul-2013

    Dir: Mark Hartley. Australia. 2013. 96mins
  • Shopping

    15-Jun-2013

    Dir/scr: Mark Albiston, Louis Sutherland. New Zealand. 2013. 98mins
  • Mystery Road

    6-Jun-2013

    Dir/scr: Ivan Sen. Australia. 2013. 121mins
  • Drift

    4-May-2013

    Dirs: Morgan O’Neill, Ben Nott. Aust. 2012. 113mins
  • Return To Nim’s Island

    16-Mar-2013

    Dir: Brendan Maher. Australia. 2013. 90mins
  • Goddess

    7-Mar-2013

    Dir: Mark Lamprell. Australia. 2012. 104mins
  • Housos Vs Authority

    29-Oct-2012

    Dir/scr: Paul Fenech. Australia. 2012. 107mins
  • Save Your Legs!

    5-Oct-2012

    Dir: Boyd Hicklin. Australia. 2012. 91mins
  • Love Story

    19-Sep-2012

    Dir: Florian Habicht. New Zealand. 2011. 96mins
  • Kath & Kimderella

    3-Sep-2012

    Dir: Ted Emery. Australia. 2012. 86mins
  • Mental

    18-Aug-2012

    Dir/scr: PJ Hogan. Australia. 2012. 111mins
  • Last Dance

    9-Aug-2012

    Dir: David Pulbrook. Australia. 2012. 89mins
  • I Am Eleven

    12-Jul-2012

    Dir: Genevieve Bailey. Australia. 2011. 94mins
  • The King is Dead!

    10-Jul-2012

    Dir/scr: Rolf de Heer. Australia. 2011. 102mins
  • Dead Europe

    20-Jun-2012

    Dir: Tony Krawitz. Australia. 2012. 83mins
  • Being Venice

    20-Jun-2012

    Dir/scr: Miro Bilbrough. Australia. 2012. 89mins
  • Lore

    11-Jun-2012

    Dir: Cate Shortland. Germany-Australia. 2012. 108mins
  • Mabo

    8-Jun-2012

    Dir: Rachel Perkins. Australia. 2012. 103mins
  • Not Suitable For Children

    8-Jun-2012

    Dir: Peter Templeman. Australia. 2012. 96mins
  • Any Questions For Ben?

    2-Feb-2012

    Dir: Rob Sitch. Australia. 2012. 114mins
  • The Cup

    17-Oct-2011

    Dir: Simon Wincer. Australia. 2010. 105mins
  • Santa’s Apprentice

    16-Sep-2011

    Dir: Luc Vinciguerra. France-Australia-Ireland. 2010. 80mins
  • The Hunter

    10-Sep-2011

    Dir: Daniel Nettheim. Australia. 2011. 101mins
  • Face to Face

    18-Aug-2011

    Dir/scr: Michael Rymer. Aust. 2011. 88 mins
  • Swerve

    26-Jul-2011

    Dir/Scr: Craig Lahiff. Australia. 2011. 87mins
  • The Eye Of The Storm

    25-Jul-2011

    Dir: Fred Schepisi. Australia. 2010. 119mins
  • Red Dog

    16-Jul-2011

    Dir: Kriv Stenders. Australia. 2010. 91mins
  • Black & White & Sex

    22-Jun-2011

    Dir/scr: John Winter. Australia. 2011. 92mins
  • 33 Postcards

    10-Jun-2011

    Dir: Pauline Chan. Australia-China. 2011. 97mins
  • A Heartbeat Away

    17-Mar-2011

    Dir: Gale Edwards. Australia. 2010. 91mins
  • Mad Bastards

    9-Mar-2011

    Dir: Brendan Fletcher. Aust. 2010. 96mins
  • The Dragon Pearl

    7-Mar-2011

    Dir: Mario Andreacchio. Australia-China. 2010. 94mins
  • Hail

    2-Mar-2011

    Dir/scr: Amiel Courtin-Wilson. Australia. 2011. 103mins
  • Here I Am

    1-Mar-2011

    Dir/scr: Beck Cole. Australia. 2011. 86mins
  • Snowtown

    26-Feb-2011

    Dir: Justin Kurzel. Australia. 2010. 115mins
  • Mrs Carey’s Concert

    25-Feb-2011

    Dirs: Bob Connolly, Sophie Raymond. Australia. 2011. 95mins
  • Matching Jack

    25-Aug-2010

    Dir: Nadia Tass. Aust. 2010. 103 mins
  • Tomorrow, When The War Began

    8-Aug-2010

    Dir/scr: Stuart Beattie. Australia. 2010. 103 mins
  • Summer Coda

    4-Aug-2010

    Dir/scr: Richard Gray. Aust. 2010. 108 mins
  • Lou

    29-Jun-2010

    Dir/scr: Belinda Chayko. Aust. 2010.82 mins
  • Caught Inside

    17-Jun-2010

    Dir: Adam Blaiklock. Aust. 2010. 92mins
  • Wasted on the Young

    15-Jun-2010

    Dir/scr: Ben C. Lucas. Aust. 2010. 96mins
  • South Solitary

    3-Jun-2010

    Dir-scr: Shirley Barrett. Australia. 2010. 120mins
  • The Kings of Mykonos: Wog Boy 2

    11-May-2010

    Dir: Peter Andrikidis. Aust. 2010. 101mins
  • I Love You Too

    29-Apr-2010

    Dir: Daina Reid. Aust. 2009. 107mins
  • Beneath Hill 60

    1-Apr-2010

    Dir: Jeremy Hartley Sims. Aust. 2010. 122 mins
  • The Loved Ones

    26-Mar-2010

    Dir/scr: Sean Byrne. Aust. 2009. 84 mins
  • Mao’s Last Dancer

    14-Sep-2009

    Dir: Bruce Beresford. Aust. 2009. 117 mins
  • Blessed

    13-Aug-2009

    Dir: Ana Kokkinos. Aust. 2009. 115 mins
  • Balibo

    24-Jul-2009

    Dir: Robert Connolly. Aus. 2009. 111 mins
  • My Tehran For Sale

    1-Jul-2009

    Dir/Scr: Granaz Moussavi. Aust/Iran. 2009. 96 mins
  • Beautiful Kate

    16-Jun-2009

    Dir/scr. Rachel Ward. Aust. 2009. 101 mins
  • Prime Mover

    16-Jun-2009

    Dir/scr. David Caesar. Australia, 2008. 99 mins
  • Love The Beast

    1-Apr-2009

    Dir: Eric Bana. Aust. 2009. 92 mins
  • Reviews - Last Ride

    13-Mar-2009

    Father and son take a road trip, with menace looming large.
  • Reviews - The Combination

    13-Mar-2009

    Sizzling summer strife Down Under.
  • The Combination

    9-Mar-2009

    Dir: David Field. Aust. 2008. 96 mins.
  • Last Ride

    9-Mar-2009

    Dir: Glendyn Ivin. Aust. 2009. 96 mins
  • Samson & Delilah

    2-Mar-2009

    Dir/scr/cine: Warwick Thornton. Aust. 2009. 101 mins
  • My Year Without Sex

    24-Feb-2009

    Dir/scr: Sarah Watt. Australia. 2009. 96 mins
  • Australia

    19-Nov-2008

    Dir: Baz Luhrmann. Aus/US. 2008. 165 mins
  • Not Quite Hollywood

    26-Jul-2008

    Dir/Scr: Mark Hartley. Aust. 2008. 98 mins
  • Ten Empty

    10-Jun-2008

    Dir: Anthony Hayes. Aust. 2007. 95 mins
  • The Black Balloon (2007)

    8-Feb-2008

    Dir: Elissa Down Aust. 2007, 97 minsThe Black Balloon is notable for its graphic, not-for-the-squeamish depiction of adult autism. But, more importantly for its box office potential, the youth-oriented movie introduces a glowing young Australian actress with true star potential - the international model Gemma Ward. Plus there's a showy performance from Luke Ford, soon to be seen as Brendan Fraser's son in Mummy 3. Well marketed ...
  • Romulus, My Father

    31-May-2007

    Dir: Richard Roxburgh. 104mins. Aus. 2007.The directorial debut from Australian actor Richard Roxburgh (Moulin Rouge, Van Helsing), Romulus, My Father boasts strong performances, elegant camerawork and striking early 1960s production design. But it's a tough working-class tale that grows ever more harrowing as it intensifies and, despite the formidable presence of Eric Bana in the title role, will remain strictly an arthouse item after its May ...
  • Dr Plonk

    7-Mar-2007

    Dir/scr: Rolf De Heer. Aust. 2007. 84mins
  • Lucky Miles

    27-Feb-2007

    Dir: Michael James Rowland. Aus. 2007. 105mins.
  • Macbeth

    15-Sep-2006

  • 2:37

    16-Aug-2006

  • Ten Canoes

    20-Mar-2006

    Dir: Rolf de Heer. Aus.2006. 91mins.The Adelaide Film Festival has aninvestment fund which, with its first feature flutter last year, shrewdlybacked the critically acclaimed Look BothWays. Sarah Watt's drama about fractured lives in a big city suburb went onto play well at international festivals - it won Toronto's Discovery award - aswell as scooping four AFI awards at home, including best film and bestdirector.
  • Unfolding Florence

    26-Jan-2006

  • Little Fish

    21-Jul-2005

  • The Magician

    22-Jun-2005

  • The Magician

    22-Jun-2005

  • Three Dollars

    10-May-2005

  • The Extra

    29-Apr-2005

    Dir:Kevin Carlin. Aust. 2004. 90mins
  • Look Both Ways

    2-Mar-2005

  • Deck Dogz

    7-Jan-2005

  • Tom White

    16-Aug-2004

    Dir: Alkinos Tsilimidos.Aust. 2004. 106minsWith a standout,hardly-off-the-screen central performance from Colin Friels, Tom Whitecharts the swift descent of its eponymous character from middle-class securityto a desperate life on the streets, utterly broke and hopeless. For his secondfeature, director ...
  • In My Father's Den

    16-Jun-2004

  • Thunderstruck

    11-May-2004

  • Strange Bedfellows

    30-Apr-2004

    Dir: Dean Murphy.Australia. 2004. 105minsHomegrown comedies set infriendly country communities did not fare well at the Australian box officelast year. Danny Deckchair and The Honourable Wally Norman (forinstance) had large, sweetly eccentric supporting casts but little credibilityand far too few supporting laughs. Strange Bedfellows ...
  • Love's Brother

    25-Feb-2004

  • One Perfect Day

    6-Feb-2004

  • Seven scripts selected for top Oz development scheme

    26-Jan-2004

    Seven creative teams have been selected for Australian script development programme SPARK 2004, developed by the Australian Film Commission (AFC) and the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS).
  • Chapman rewarded in Australian honours list

    26-Jan-2004

    Veteran Australian film producer Jan Chapman has been named in this year's Australia Day honours list.
  • Animal Logic drafts in veteran Smith for liaison role

    23-Jan-2004

    Animal Logic, Australia's foremost visual effects studio, has appointed Greg Smith to the newly created position director of communications and public affairs.
  • Sinatra feature scores Miracle sale to US

    22-Jan-2004

    UK/Australian co-production The Night They Called It a Day has been picked up for the US by Miracle Entertainment.
  • AUSTRALIA

    20-Jan-2004

    Tom Cruise led the samurai charge that finally toppled The Return Of The King from its Christmas holiday number one position, but not before the Rings finale had scooped a few thousand dollars short of A$38m from its Australian showings. The Last Samurai had a big opening weekend -- A$3,401,421 from 274 screens, an impressive average of A$12,413 per screen.
  • NEW ZEALAND

    19-Jan-2004

    At last The Return Of The King - the epic adventure that features fabulous New Zealand scenery - has been overhauled at the home box office. All-action newcomer The Last Samurai - another epic adventure that features fabulous New Zealand scenery - topped the takings (NZ$629,295) and the screen averages (NZ$8,504 from 74 screens) leaving the final chapter of the Rings trilogy just short of the NZ$10m mark after 5 weeks. Spy Kids 3D - Game Over had the second ...
  • Investors sue Village Roadshow for Matrix profits

    13-Jan-2004

    A group of unhappy Australian investors are suing Village Roadshow Limited over their US$17.9m (A$23m) worth of tax leveraged investments in the first of the high-earning Matrix trilogy.
  • AUSTRALIA

    13-Jan-2004

  • NEW ZEALAND

    12-Jan-2004

    It was a steady January holiday weekend, with total box office takings up 17%. Still number one, The Lord of the Rings - The Return of the King pressed on towards the NZ$9m mark, though its NZ$7,007 screen average (from 113 screens) was beaten for the first time by teen newcomers Spy Kids 3D - Game Over, at number two with a handy NZ$10,823 average from 48 screens, and Warner Bros' adult romance Something's Gotta Give, which took NZ$7,240 from 41 screens. Master ...
  • AUSTRALIA

    6-Jan-2004

    Australian box office contenders bowed before the all conquering concluding episode of the Lord Of The Rings trilogy, Return Of The King. Its A$7,686,250 weekend on 453 screens boosted total takings past A$26.6m on only its second week.
  • NEW ZEALAND

    6-Jan-2004

    As expected, The Lord Of The Rings - The Return Of The King dominated the local New Year holiday box office charts, selling a further NZ$1.1m worth of tickets from 114 screens. With a total of NZ$7.5m by its third week it has sailed well clear of the NZ$6.5m reached by recent big performers Finding Nemo (in 12 weeks) and that other production featuring spectacular local scenery, Whale Rider (in 37 weeks).
  • Gettin' Square

    1-Oct-2003

  • The Night We Called It A Day

    27-Aug-2003

  • Perfect Strangers (NZ, 2003)

    12-Aug-2003

  • Danny Deckchair

    31-Jul-2003

  • The Rage In Placid Lake

    24-Jul-2003

  • Sydney's 50th Int'l film festival starts on an uninspiring note

    10-Jun-2003

    On June 6, Sydney joined the nine other international film festivals to have reached their 50th year.
  • Fat Pizza

    14-Apr-2003

  • Ned Kelly

    28-Mar-2003

  • You Can't Stop The Murders

    12-Mar-2003

  • Crackerjack

    20-Nov-2002

    Dir: Paul Maloney. Australia. 2002. 92mins.
  • The Nugget

    18-Oct-2002

  • Garage Days

    9-Oct-2002

  • Dirty Deeds

    22-Jul-2002

  • Black And White

    27-Jun-2002

  • The Hard Word

    20-Jun-2002

  • Australian Rules

    7-May-2002

  • The Diaries Of Vaslav Nijinsky

    28-Feb-2002

  • Rabbit-Proof Fence

    2-Feb-2002

  • One Night The Moon

    27-Jan-2002

  • The Man Who Sued God

    23-Oct-2001

  • Let's Get Skase

    2-Oct-2001

  • The Bank

    13-Aug-2001

  • La Spagnola

    29-Jun-2001

    World premiered at the 2001 Sydney Film Festival, this finely textured local feature proudly proclaims its multiculturalism. Subtitles translate the mainly Spanish and Italian dialogue: the film's title - The Spanish Woman in Italian - is itself testimony to the film's mix of cultures and language. This is admirably, even aggressively correct but, while certainly strengthening sales appeal in continental Europe and Latin America, won't boost its chances for wide distribution in Australia ...
  • Russian Doll

    28-Jun-2001

    Dir: Stavros Kazantzidis. Australia. 2001. 90 mins.
  • Lantana

    13-Jun-2001

    Dir: Ray Lawrence. Australia. 2001. 120 mins.
  • Mullet

    12-Mar-2001

  • Risk

    11-Mar-2001

  • MallBoy

    1-Mar-2001

  • The Finder

    26-Feb-2001

  • Chopper

    22-Jan-2001

  • Bootmen

    2-Oct-2000

  • Better Than Sex

    11-Sep-2000

  • Chopper

    7-Aug-2000

  • Innocence

    13-Jul-2000

  • Beware Of Greeks Bearing Guns

    5-May-2000

  • Cut

    28-Feb-2000

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