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Foley (Jack Thompson) is a gun shearer who, on his way to a job, gets the show underway by nodding off, and rolling his FJ Holden in the desert. After reaching town and bickering with a shearing cont... read more

magic pudding

Though it was only half-heartedly admitted at the time - an end title makes reference to Attica as well as to Bathurst - Stir was based on the prison riot in Bathurst gaol in New South Wales on 3... read more

magic pudding

Northern NSW in the 1920s. Pym (John Meillon) is an itinerant vendor of silent motion-picture entertainment in the back blocks of Australia, helped along by his son Larry (Harold Hopkins) and his da... read more


Based on Colin Thiele's novel of the same name, Blue Fin was the SAFC's follow up to its successful family film Storm Boy. Greg Rowe, who starred in Storm Boy, returns to play eleven year old 'Snook... read more


(Note: this synopsis and listing contains spoilers). Australia 1911. The Hunter Valley in New South Wales. Young Teddy Boyd (Robert Bettles) is driving a buggy through the Hunter Valley country... read more


(Note: this synopsis and listing contains spoilers) Colin Turner (Chris Haywood) lucks in, and gets a war veteran's home in a suburb where one side of the street is Vietnam veterans, and the other si... read more


(Note: this listing contains spoilers). The pitch on the Roadshow DVD release: The Year My Voice Broke is set in the summer of 1962 in a remote New South Wales country town. Adopted as a baby, sixte... read more

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Jackie (Jo Kennedy) is an ambitious 18 year old singing barmaid who lives with her family in a pub just a stone's throw from the pylons on the south side of Sydney Harbour bridge. Angus (Ross O'Donov... read more

magic pudding

(Note: this listing and synopsis contains spoilers). Australia, 1946. Diana Venness (Susan Lyons) is in a train carriage with a returning soldier Jock Farrell (Harold Hopkins), when a rambunctious, ... read more

golden chook

After nurturing him as a chick, young 'Storm Boy' (Greg Rowe) forms a friendship with a wild pelican, Mr. Percival, while living with his grumpy, radio- and modern world-hating father Hide-Away Tom (P... read more



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