Horror movie Black Water is among the films screening Horror movie Black Water is among the films screening

Now in its 14th year, the London Australian Film Festival prides itself on showing all the major Australian feature films of the year - and offers a great opportunity to get an early look at some upcoming releases. The season runs at the Barbican from March 6 to 16.

Good news for people who don't live in London, the Aussie films are going on tour in June and July.

The tour comprises feature film and documentary highlights from this year’s festival including the Audience Choice Award-winning comedy All My Friends Are Leaving Brisbane and Aussie actor Richard Roxburgh’s directorial debut Romulus, My Father.

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Lucky Miles
Lucky Miles
Hide and seek delivers gentle thrills in desert comedy drama.
Bra Boys
Bra Boys
Documentary about an Australian surf 'tribe'. Touring.
Forbidden Lie$
Forbidden Lie$
A harrowing ‘true-life’ story about an honour killing in Jordan becomes a publishing sensation. But the author is not all that she seems. Touring.
Global Haywire
Global Haywire
Quirky, partially animated documentary looking at the relationship between the East and West. Touring.
All My Friends Are Leaving Brisbane
All My Friends Are Leaving Brisbane
Restless twenty-somethings can't decide whether to stay or leave or fall in love. Touring.
Unfinished Sky
Unfinished Sky
An Afghan refugee hides out on an isolated farm in Australia.
Romulus, My Father
Romulus, My Father
Tale of familial love and emotional upheaval in post-war Australia. Touring.
Kenny
Kenny
A day in the life of an Aussie toilet plumber.
Black Water
Black Water
Three young adventurers find themselves stranded in a mangrove swamp with a killer crocodile waiting in the water.
The Home Song Stories
The Home Song Stories
Chinese children grow up in Australia with their beautiful mother who was a nightclub singer in Hong Kong.
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