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David Jowsey, dp Geoffrey Simpson; Cameron Wallaby, David Gulpilil, Joseph Pedley; Pete, a 10 year old boy lives in the Kimberley with his grandfather in an old abandoned outdoor cinema; when his grandfather's home is threatened with demolition, Pete sets off for the city with his best friend to try and save his home; WA; Australian general release 20 June 2013 (Kieran Darcy-Smith, 2012) prod. Kieran Darcy-Smith, Felicity Price; Joel Edgerton, Felicity Price, Teresa Palmer, Antony Starr; released 26 April 2012; drama, mystery; Joel Edgerton, Felicity Price; nominated for Best Film, Best Director, Best Lead Actor and Actress, Cinematography, Editing, AACTAs 2013; won Best Supporting Actor (Starr) and Screenplay; 89 min. Sue Taylor, Kylie du Fresne; Dan Spielman, Marie Bunel, Julia Zemiro, Malcolm Kennard, Bryan Brown; premiere cinefestoz Busselton Aug 2013; broadcast ABC1 15 Sept 2013 (Sarah Spillane, 2013) wr. 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Su Armstrong, Brian Rosen, dp Martin Mc Grath; Christina Ricci, Hunter Page-Lochard, Jack Thompson, Damian Walshe-Howling; drama; American drama teacher (Ricci) develops a friendship with a sixteen-year-old Australian-Aboriginal boy (Page-Lochard) during the 2004 Redfern riots; Toronto IFF Sept 2013; released only in event screenings and then to VOD and DVD (Richard Gray, 2013) wr. Krisztian Lippert; Justin Burford, Myles Pollard, Andrea Addison, Melanie Lyons, Tawni Bryant, Kyle Morrison, Ben Purser, Nic Mc Robbie, James Hagan, Sam Davenport, Clara Helms, Hannah Price; supernatural thriller; made in Perth, Western Australia; Oz release 8 November; 90 min. Behren Schultz, Eponine Films, dp Anthony Jennings; Claire van der Boom, Eamon Farren, Anna Torv, Dustin Clare, Heather Mitchell, Chris Haywood; romdram; Aust release 4 December (Stephen Lance, 2014) wr. Robert Chuter, John Harvie Morris, Chris Pender, Fat Kid Films, dp Michael Schoell; Graeme Squires, Nicholas Gunn, Jessikah Brown, Chris Pender, Stefan Taylor, Renee Palmer, Raphael Kilpatrick; male same-sex marriage; adoption (Jocelyn Moorhouse, 2015) wr. Hogan from gothic novel by Rosalie Ham, prod Sue Maslin, Film Art Media, dp Don Mc Alpine, pd Roger Ford, ed Jill Bilcock, costume Tim Chappel; Kate Winslet, Judy Davis, Melissa George, Roy Dupuis, Liam Hemsworth, Isla Fisher, Elizabeth Debicki; 'Gothic tale of love, revenge and haute couture', ' (Dean Francis, 2015) wr. Stephen Davis, Dean Francis; Matt Levett, Jack Matthews, Sam Anderson, Harry Cook, Heather Mitchell, Anthony Phelan, Maya Stange; drama involving surf lifesavers (Christopher Fitchett, 2015) wr. 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Philippa Campey, dp Stefan Duscio; Lily Sullivan, Ashleigh Cummings, Toby Wallace, Oscar Redding, Maya Stange, Daniel Webber, Natasha Novak [Natalia Novikova]; teen drama; Aust release 19 June 2014 (Baz Luhrmann, 2013) wr. Scott Fitzgerald (novel), Baz Luhrmann, Craig Pearce; US/Aust copro; Leonardo di Caprio, Tobey Maguire, Carey Mulligan, Joel Edgerton, Isla Fisher, Elizabeth Debicki, Jason Clarke, Jack Thompson (David Campbell, 2013) wr. Jeremy Ervine, dp Sam King; Jessica Tovey, Tim Phillips, Pippa Black, Tim Pocock, Andrew Ryan, Nicholas Gunn, Piera Forde, Ashlee Lollback, Dean Kirkright; horror; Australian release Halloween 2014 (working title) wr. Sylvia Wilczynski; Berlinale; Lao language; shot in Thailand; Aust entry for consideration for nomination for Best Foreign Language Film award at 2014 Oscars; DVD (Zak Hilditch, 2013) wr. Liz Kearney, dp Bonnie Elliot; Jessica De Gouw, Nathan Phillips, Sarah Snook, Daniel Henshall, Lynette Curran; apocalyptic thriller; WA; premiere MIFF 2 August 2013 (John Curran, 2013) prod. Marion Nelson, John Curran, dp Mandy Walker; Mia Wasikowska, Adam Driver, Emma Booth, John Flaus; Robyn Davidson's story; premiere Adelaide FF October 2013; Aust release 6 March 2014 (Greg Mc Lean, 2013) wr. Helen Leake, Steve Topic; John Jarratt, Ryan Corr, Shannon Ashlyn, Philippe Klaus, Gerard Kennedy, Annie Byron; another three backpackers becomes prey for crazed, serial-killing pig-shooter, Mick Taylor; Australian release 20 February 2014; horror (Jennifer Kent, 2014) wr. Kristina Ceyton, Kristian Moliere, dp Radek Ladczuk, ed. design Alex Holmes; Essie Davis, Noah Wiseman, Hayley Mc Elhinney, Daniel Henshall, Barbara West, Ben Winspear; psychological thriller; Aust release 22 May; nommed for AACTA Best Film (Samantha Lang, 2014) wr. Riccardo Pellizzeri, Lara Radulovich; Jessica Marais, Anita Hegh, Eamon Farren, Caroline O'Connor, Socratis Otto, Andrew Lees, Alex Dimitriades, Paul Capsis; biopic of transgender person Carol 'Carlotta' Spencer (born Richard Byron) of Les Girls; telemovie for Channel 2; shot Sydney May 2013 (David Gould, 2014) wr. Pinnacle Films (Jeffrey Walker, 2014) telemovie; Guy Pearce, Marta Dusseldorp, Aaron Pedersen, Roy Billing, Shane Jacobson, Deborah Mailman, Vince Colosimo, Kat Stewart, Barry Humphries, Dominic Allburn, John Jarratt, Tess Haubrich, Lloyd Bissell, Timothy Joseph Clarke, Colin Masters, Rod Smith, Kate Beahan, Felicity Steel, Terry Norris, Ron Falk, John Flaus, Damien Garvey, Kimesia Hartz, Tina Bursill, Emma Booth, Fletcher Humphrys, Damien Richardson, Sarah Roberts, Madeleine Madden, Tyler Mander, Jaylene Watts, Ben Gerrard, James O'Connell, Paul Ireland (Kelly Dolen, 2014) wr. Josh Lawson; production company Ticket To Ride, Jamie Hilton, Michael Petroni; Lisa Mc Cune, Bojana Novakovic, Damon Herriman, Kate Mulvany, Kim Gyngell, Kate Box, Alan Dukes, Patrick Brammall, TJ Power, Tasneem Roc, Josh Lawson, Ben Lawson, Lachy Hulme, Erin James; comedy (Jim Lounsbury, 2014) prod. Glen Stasiuk, Jeff Asselin, dp Antony Webb, sound Leo Murray, music Andy Hill, Greg Hitchcock; Curtis Taylor, Phil Cox, James Hagan; 58 min. Fin Edquist; Ryan Kwanten, Toni Collette, Robin Mc Leavy, David Wenham, Rufus Sewell, Richard Roxburgh, Deborah Mailman, Barry Otto, Barry Humphries (voices); animated by Julia Britton, prod. Melanie Rodriga; Miranda Menzies, Kazimir Sas, Heath Bergersen, Suesha Rana; shot 2009 at Murdoch University, Perth Western Australia; screened at the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, 2011 (Wayne Blair, 2011) wr. David Jowsey; Aaron Pedersen, Hugo Weaving, Jack Thompson, Ryan Kwanten, Tony Barry, Tasma Walton, Damian Walshe-Howling, Siobhan Binge, David Field, Robert Mammone, Trisha Whitton; shot in Winton, Qld; Australian release 17 October 2013; DVD release 14 February 2014 (Kim Mordaunt, 2013) prod. designer Gim Bon, vfx Frank Reuter; Antonia Prebble, Daniel Lissing, Stephen Lovatt, John Bach, John Landreth; scifi thriller; premiere Wellington NZ (Craig Monahan, 2014) wr. Tait Brady, Pointblank Pictures, music David Hirschfelder; Hugo Weaving, Don Hany, Xavier Samuel, Anthony Hayes; warden tries to rehabilitate an Iranian-born prisoner, inspired by a real-life alliance between the Healesville Wildlife Sanctuary and Prisons Victoria; opening Australia , distr. James Mc Farland, dp Geoffrey Simpson; Simon Pegg, Alice Braga, Sullivan Stapleton, Teresa Palmer, Callan Mulvey, Luke Hemsworth, Bryan Brown; WA; domestic crime in a surfing town (Josh Lawson, 2014) wr. Robyn Kershaw; Emmanuelle Béart, Harrison Gilbertson, Rachael Blake; teenager suffering from grief after his father's suicide who seeks help from a local French S&M mistress; Aust release 6 November (Nick Matthews, 2014) wr. David Ngo; Steve Le Marquand, Mark Leonard Winter, Craig Behenna, Tilda Cobham-Hervey; psychiatrist haunted by the death of former patient; thriller; premiere Adelaide FF October 2013; Aust release ; wr. Glen Stasiuk, Black Russian Productions, Kulbardi Productions, wr. Deidre Kitcher, Filmscope Entertainment, dp Jason Thomas; Luke Hemsworth, Jonathan La Paglia, Viva Bianca, Hanna Mangan Lawrence, Alex Williams, Igor Sas, Nicola Bartlett, Kazimir Sas, James Hagan; crime; WA (Mack Lindon, 2014) wr. Gilbert, John Collee, Bryce Menzies, Aidan O'Bryan; Ewan Mc Gregor, Alicia Vikander, Brenton Thwaites; gold heist that goes wrong: crime thriller; prison; WA; Aust release 16 Oct (Michelle Joy Lloyd, 2014) wr.Coe, Eddie Stowers, Ali Nazarpour; in English and Farsi, drama (Justin Kurzel, 2015) prod. Todd Luiso, Jacob Koskoff from William Shakespeare's play, dp Adam Arkapaw; Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard; made in UK, so only marginally Australasian (Dr George Miller, 2015) wr.Alexander Litvinenko was a former officer of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) and KGB, who fled from court prosecution in Russia and received political asylum in the United Kingdom.