The classic bush tale by Norman Lindsay is brought to life by the voice talent of a bumper crop of Aussie stars.
Audrey Hepburn starred in the role of Eliza Higgins, a down-on-her-luck Cockney plucked from Covent Garden by the urbane Professor Higgins.
The Shiralee, based on D'Arcy Niland's much loved novel, marked Peter Finch's return to Australian cinema.
Ahmet Uluçay directs the absolutely charming Boats out of Watermelon Rinds, a return to the romance, vigour and sweet dreams of adolescence.
This tale of the vagabond droving life delights in Aussie bush rituals.
Charts a journey into the world of the 'Aggressives': a group of New York butch lesbians who participate in an underground "'ball' scene".
This Belgian-made thriller is a highly effective venture into the 'Backwoods Brutality' genre, as popularised by 1970s films like Deliverance.