Based on the true story of Aboriginal tracker Riley in Dubbo in the 1930s, who was awarded the King's Medal for his services to the Police Force. His grandson, Michael Riley, directed the documentary Black Tracker in 1997, which became the inspiration for One Night The Moon.
When their young son is diagnosed with a brain tumour, parents Romeo and Juliette unite to fight for his survival. Despite the unexpected news, they declare war on illness, death and despair. Based on real events.
Dong-chul is the best field agent in North Korea until he is abandoned during a mission and his family are murdered. Hunted and on the run, torn between grief and vengeance, his revenge mission begins.
In 2008 Jonny Benjamin went to Waterloo Bridge to take his own life, a stranger named Mike talked him down and saved him. The 'Finding Mike' campaign began six years later when Jonny launched his search to find the man who saved his life.
A humble bookshop owner falls for an American multi-millionaire film star when she visits London to promote her latest movie. The unlikely duo soon face all manner of obstacles to make their romance work, but will it pay off or destroy what could have been?
Two years after he and his Autobot friends saved the Earth from the Decepticons, Sam Witwicky faces a new battle: college. Meanwhile, Optimus Prime and the Autobots are working with a secret military organisation and trying to make a home for themselves on Earth.
Free spirited and effervescent, Poppy is a schoolteacher whose unstoppable optimism guides her life. Bubbling forth with giggles, laughter and jokes, life's a bowl of cherries - even when she comes across a few pits.
Academy Award winning director Oliver Stone tells the true story of courage and survival of two Port Authority policemen - John McLoughlin and Will Jimeno - who were trapped in the rubble of the World Trade Centre on September 11, 2001.
Griff a socially awkward office worker spends his days being bullied by his workmates and his night as superhero 'Griff the Invisible' roaming the streets of his local neighbourhood, protecting the innocent (Ryan Kwanten, Maeve Dermody).
Raimunda, her teenage daughter and her hairdresser sister are coping as best they can since the death of their mother and also their grandmother, who died along with her husband, in a mysterious fire. However, all is not as it seems in their village, and unresolved matters within the family bubble to the surface.
Daigo, a depressed and unemployed cellist, inadvertently finds himself after he takes a job preparing the dead for funerals. This exploration into Japanese perceptions surrounding death won the 2009 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
On a hot Brooklyn afternoon, two optimistic nobodies set out to rob a bank. Sonny is the mastermind, while Sal is his accomplice and disaster is the result once the robbery turns into a hostage situation and a media circus.
How many working class Balmain boys grow up to be showgirls? Few have heard the real story of Australia's most famous transsexual performer - a Kings Cross legend, a daytime TV star, and a symbol of generational change. Until now.
Live and exclusive from Sydney's Domain, the world' largest short film festival, Movie Extra Tropfest, will be featuring 16 finalist films, red carpet arrivals and celebrity interviews. Hosted by Adam Spencer and Julia Zemiro.
The most accessible of Luis Bunuel's biting satires, a lyrical exploration of a neglected doctor's wife who leads a bizarre double life. Catherine Deneuve is ice cool and untouchable as the bored housewife who turns to prostitution during the week.