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The Barbican-hosted festival reaches sweet 16 in 2010. It aims to showcase the best from the silver screen Down Under from the past 12 months and runs from March 18 to 28.
Featuring a host of European premieres, the festival showcases feature films and documentaries. There’s chance to see the best short films from Flickerfest and another free screening of highlights from Tropfest – the world’s biggest short film festival. Even if you're not in London, don't panic, the festival generally tours the UK afterwards.
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FilmFest Australia Latest Reviews
Supernatural chiller sees a camping trip to the outback turn sour.
Drama sees old wounds reopened when a man returns home to his dying father.
The struggles of a dysfunctional family in the years following a tragic accident.
Crime is an irresistible temptation for first generation Lebanese Australians who want to rise above social racist barriers.
The actor who founded Australia's first Aboriginal theatre company talks about his life, his heroin habit, and his criminal tendencies.
Film traces a year of recovery in a family hit by sickness.
As Indonesia prepares to invade the tiny nation of East Timor, five Australian based journalists go missing, a month later a veteran correspondent follows them, determined to find out the truth.
The story of the indigenous Martu tribe, cleared from their land in 1964 to make way for rocket testing.
Tracking the life of an extraordinary family.
A boy runs away from boarding school and goes on a surreal - and musical-number filled - roadtrip across Australia.
Man in the No We talk to Pablo Larraín about his Oscar-nominated film.
Sundance Day Six: Focus Forward Competition winners Innovation and emerging documentary voices, as winners take home $200,000 in prize money.
Sundance 2013: Days 4 and 5 The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear, Upstream Color, The Way, Way Back and Blackfish.
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