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Happy Feet

Directed by George Miller (Babe, Mad Max: Fury Road) and choreographed by Tony-winner Savion Glover, Happy Feet is a delightful, funny musical adventure that also carries an environmental message.

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For Love or Money: A History of Women and Work in Australia

This feminist essay classic was five years in the making, with contributions from hundreds of women and over 200 Australian films. It is an investigation and celebration of women's work from colonial settlement to the present, a story told by women: Aboriginals, migrants, convicts, and a variety of others.

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Sweetie

Jane Campion’s debut feature film portrays—with lurid and unabashed vitality—the perilous relationship between two sisters, one repressed and anxious, the other unhindered and reckless, after the latter, nicknamed Sweetie, returns to their Sydney suburban home.

The Cheaters

The only surviving feature film of the filmmaking trio the McDonagh sisters—with Paulette billed as director, Phylis as producer, and Isabel the lead actress. The original silent version remains the only intact version, and has been fully restored by the NFSA.

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Night of the Living Dead

George A. Romero’s seminal, independent zombie movie, which laid the groundwork for the indie horror film, as part of our series Films of the Dead: Romero & Co.—next screening on July 9.

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My Brilliant Career

Based on Miles Franklin’s celebrated feminist book of the same name, this Australian New Wave classic launched the careers of actors Judy Davis and Sam Neill, as well as director Gillian Armstrong.

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Night of the Living Dead (1990)

This remake of George A. Romero’s enduring 1968 masterpiece is a cult classic in its own right thanks to director and makeup legend Tom Savini’s thoughtful approach to the original source material.

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Starstruck

Gillian Armstrong's vibrant light-hearted musical comedy kicks off our Pioneering Women in Australian Cinema series on July 21 and 23.

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Sweetie

Jane Campion’s debut feature film portrays—with lurid and unabashed vitality—the perilous relationship between two sisters, one repressed and anxious, the other unhindered and reckless, after the latter, nicknamed Sweetie, returns to their Sydney suburban home.