|Mad Max (R)
Directed by George Miller, and starring a Young Mel Gibson, this tale of revenge set in a dystopian future where chaos reins supreme is an action packed postapocalyptic roller coaster that will leave audiences on the edge of their seats.
|Mystery Of The Flying Kicks (NR)
Ever wondered why those sneakers are dangling from the telephone line? Well wonder no further. From losing ones’ virginity to gang funeral-rites to modern street art, sneaker tossing has spawned various myths both hilarious and sinister. The Mystery of Flying Kicks endeavours to solve the global mystery of sneaker tossing once and for all...
|Storm Boy (G)
Based on the classic novel by Colin Thiele and filmed along the deserted coast of South Australia’s beautiful Coorong region, Storm Boy is a tale of friendship, love and dealing with loss when a boy rescues and befriends a pelican named Mr Percival.
|Morning Of The Earth (G)
Arguably one of the greatest surf films ever made, this 1971 classic by Alby Falzon and David Elfick is a true journey in to surfing’s soul. Morning of the Earth is a window into an era when surfing was all about dropping out, living free and exploring the earth in search of the perfect wave.
|The Boys Are Back (G)
Directed by Scott Hicks and filmed in the scenic surrounds of Myponga on South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula, The Boys Are
Back is a confessional tale of fatherhood. When wife of sportswriter Joe Warr (Clive Owen) dies of cancer, he struggles to find his feet in his new role as a single parent to his two sons; a curious six year old and a rebel teen from a previous marriage.
|Going Vertical (M)
The summer of love in 1967 was a turning point for surfing with the revolution of the short-board design that changed the way surfers were able to approach the waves they ride. This documentary by David Bradbury delves into the history of surfing in search of the truth behind who started the short-board revolution: Australia or the United States.
|Bunyip Dreaming (NR)
Directed by surf movie heavyweight Jack McCoy, this surf odyssey (accompanied with the sounds of classic Australian bands such as INXS and Yothu Yindi) takes viewers on a journey through Australia, Hawaii and Indonesia with some of the best surfers of the early 90’s.