A small band of independent filmmakers is trying to perfect a shot. But when ignorance meets ambition, things fall apart.
A man studies the art of obsession.
They were married for more than 50 years. In the era when the woman outlived the man, but what happens when she goes first? He now has to do things for the first time and he struggles over the following months.
When six girls set out to scare their fellow camper, a new ghost story is born.
A dollar bill dreams of finding someone to keep him forever and give him a home.
An ex farmer travels walking with his strange herd in a devastated world.
A biker and a driver get into an accident. An argument ensues about fault, and it exposes a deeper conflict between two distinct characters.
When a volcanic ash cloud engulfs the city 12 year old zoran finds himself trapped at home with his elderly neighbor. But this ash cloud is like no other - it carries a virulent contagion which transforms those exposed into feral, black-oozing monstrosities.With the outside world fast descending into chaos and his neighbor beginning to succumb to the virus, zoran will soon discover that when the ash desends there are no safe havens.
Although the pursuit of happiness has been a topic of discussion since the Declaration of Independence, the suggestion that everyone should feel happy all the time seems to be emerging as a new phenomenon in pop-culture. Movies, books, and music lyrics all send messages that say, “You deserve to be happy.” But, research shows that chasing happiness may actually make you feel worse.
-Ziyad Marar, The Happiness Paradox
A BAFTA Los Angeles® winner and Australian Academy Awards® nominee, THE TELEGRAM MAN, starring Australian and international screen legends Jack Thompson, Gary Sweet and Sigrid Thornton, explores the impact of World War II on a close-knit Australian farming community