Raindance Film Festival 2009

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The Dinner Party (Country: Australia; Year: 2009; Director: Scott Murden; Writer: Scott Murden; Stars: Lara Cox, Kai Harris, Sam Lyndon, Mariane Power, Jerome Pride, Ben Seton, Brendan Sloane, Jessica Turner), Official Site
What would you do if you found yourself at a dinner party where people were planning on killing themselves afterwards?
The Director's Cut (Country: Australia; Year: 2009; Director: Paul Komadina; Writer: Paul Komadina; Stars: Jonathan Wood, Mollie King, David Maguire, Renato Fabretti, Jennieka Chattelle, Martin Williams, Shaun Martindale, Melanie Munt, Sam Barrett, Timothy Solly, James Helm, Paul Komadina, Ivan Davidov, Jesse Phillips, Kate McGinniskin), Official Site
Follows a motley crew of filmmakers attempting to shoot a period drama on a deserted farm. The gang barely begin filming when one of them is found dead. Desperate to survive they turn on each other.
Storage (Country: Australia; Year: 2009; Director: Michael Craft; Writer: Michael Craft; Stars: Robert Mammone, Saskia Burmeister, Damien Garvey, Matthew Scully)
After a man whose father was murdered goes to live with his uncle - who runs a storage facility - he becomes concerned that a disturbed man is hiding evidence of a crime in one of the units.
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