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Name Tagline Year Released
12 InchScreens as part of Mayhem Projections at the Port2013
12 StepsFace your fears
2015
160815Screening as part of the 9:16 Film Festival Program2015
213 Things About MeScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 3
316A life told in shoes2014
808The heart of the beat that changed music.2015
90 Degrees NorthScreening as part of the World Shorts Program2015
Adelaide Crows Banner Run ExperienceExperience as part of the Virtual Reality Program2015
All For ClaireScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 22010
Angels of Revolution“Demonstrates a master at work.” — Twitchfilm2014
Another CountryA story about culture, the interruption of old by new and the mayhem that results.2015
Approaching the Elephant“A remarkable deadpan comedy about the travails of classroom dynamics.” — Indiewire2014
Arabian Nights: Volume I, The Restless OneThe Restless One. The Men with Hard-ons and the Swim of the Magnificents2015
Arabian Nights: Volume II, The Desolate OneThe Desolate One. Simão ‘Without Bowels', The Tears of the Judge, and the Owners of Dixie2015
Arabian Nights: Volume III, The Enchanted OneThe Enchanted One. The Inebriating Chorus of the Chaffinches2015
The Assassin“Groundbreaking cinema of astonishing ambition and assurance.” – Sight and Sound2015
AssentExperience as part of the Virtual Reality Program2013
Aurora“A beautifully played and satisfying combination of austerity and emotion” – Hollywood Reporter2014
Baby BabyScreening as part of the Australian Shorts Program2014
Bad Boy BubbyWorld-first Bad Boy Bubby screening in binaural sound.1993
Bang Bang!Screening as part of the Illusions of Life Program2014
Bath HouseScreening as part of the Illusions of Life Program2014
BeastA film about fathers and sons, guilt, growing up and the possibility of second chances.2015
Beauty as Seen by a BeastEverything Has Its Beauty But Not Everyone Sees It.2014
Best of EnemiesIt's not just a great documentary, it's a vital one. – New York Magazine2015
The Big Melt - How Steel Made Us HardA new kind of heavy metal music with pictures2013
BillWhere there's a quill, there's a way.2015
BoksScreening as part of the 9:16 Film Festival Program2015
Brand: A Second ComingThe messiah? Or just a naughty boy?2015
Breathe Nothing of SlaughterScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 32014
Breathe UmphefumloFrom the director of U-Carmen, inspired by Puccini's La Bohème.2015
Buffalo JuggalosScreening as part of the Tactile Visions Program2014
CaravanScreening as part of the Australian Shorts Program2014
Carol“Beautifully made and highly intelligent… a creamily sensuous, richly observed piece of work.” – The Guardian2015
Cartel Land“One of the year's most important documentaries.” — New York Magazine2015
Cemetery of SplendourEnthusiasts of Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul know that he makes films like no one else.2015
Central Texas BarbecueIt starts with the meat.2014
Chapter 4: OpheliaScreening as part of the 9:16 Film Festival Program2015
Char SooCHAR SOO: ever-changing crossroad of life.2015
Classics Unwrapped in Virtual Reality with the Adelaide Symphony OrchestraExperience as part of the Virtual Reality Program2015
Close UpsScreening as part of the 9:16 Film Festival Program2015
Clouds Over SidraExperience as part of the Virtual Reality Program2015
The ClubThe sins of the fathers2015
CocobutterScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 32014
Code BreakerScreening as part of the 9:16 Film Festival Program2015
Creating the SpectacleScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 3 and Mayhem Installation Program
'Creating the Spectacle!' - Fluid Freedom - Immersed in 360Experience as part of the Virtual Reality Program
CriticismScreening as part of the Made in SA Program2014
The Crow's Egg“Natural, powerful story-telling, and a winsome film. Take yourself, take the kids.” - Indian Express
2014
Deaf MuggerScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 1
Deathgasm“The most Metal horror film ever” — Bloody Disgusting
2015
Death of a ChookA story of a great Australian chook2009
Deep TimeThe boom and beyond.2015
Desert Migration“Equal parts educational, inspirational, and heartbreaking” – Out Front Magazine
2015
Dexter AliensScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 22013
Dog PeopleScreening as part of the Tactile Visions Program2014
Dreamcatcher“Raw, powerful, and downright inspirational.” — Indiewire
2015
The DressmakerRevenge is back in fashion2015
The Drover's Boy“Don't forget the Dover's Boy.”2014
Earth, Sea and SkyScreening as part of the 9:16 Film Festival Program2015
Eisenstein in Guanajuato“An outrageously unconventional and deliriously profane biopic” – Variety2015
The EndScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 12011
EnfiladeScreening as part of the Made in SA Program2014
Ernie BiscuitThe latest Clayography masterpiece from Academy Award winning director Adam Elliott.2015
Evolution of VerseExperience as part of the Virtual Reality Program2015
Eye TVScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 32013
The Face of Ukraine: Casting Oksana BaiulScreening as part of the Australian Shorts Program
2015
FairlessSteve Fairless is back on the bike.2015
The FamilyScreening as part of the Australian Shorts Program2015
The Farmer's CinemathequeThe rhythms of life on the land2015
Father“It had us spellbound, moved and overwhelmed” - Munich Film Festival Jury2015
The Film You WroteChoose your own adventure with The Film You Wrote.2015
FishwaterScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 2
Fixed: The Science/Fiction of Human EnhancementScreens as part of A Month of Mayhem2013
Flat DaddyScreening as part of the Australian Shorts Program
2014
The Flickering Darkness (Revisted)Screens in as part of the Mayhem Installation Program
FoodiesGreat restaurants, great food – eating as an elite sport.2014
The Forbidden Room“A wild, demented cinephiliac feast from the mind of Guy Maddin.” (Hollywood Reporter)
2015
FreeheldAll love is equal2015
GaiaGaia tells a universal story relevant to everyone that inhabits the earth2014
GhostsScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 32014
Gift of My FatherScreening as part of the World Shorts Program2015
Ginza StripScreening as part of the Tactile Visions Program2014
Girl AsleepFifteen is going to turn a corner. It has to.2015
Glass HouseScreening as part of the 9:16 Film Festival Program
Gold CoastA story of beauty and brutality, inspired by one of the darkest chapters in European colonial history.2015
Goodnight SweetheartScreening as part of the Australian Shorts Program
2015
Grace Under WaterSometimes to find the connection you have to go deep...2014
Grandma“Lily Tomlin adds heart, soul, and naturally, tons of comedy.” – The Guardian
2015
Heart of a Dog“Life can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forwards” - Kierkegaard2015
He Named Me MalalaOne teacher, one book and one pen can change the world.2015
Highly Strung“A story of passion, of obsession and possession. And then there's the music!” – Scott Hicks2015
The High SunThree decades. Two nations. One Love.2015
HimScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 2
Hitting the ApexThe ultimate movie for MotoGP lovers2013
HiveScreens in as part of the Mayhem Installation Program2012
Hopefuls“Crackles with a raw power and energy that echoes the youthfulness of its protagonists.” – Screen Daily2015
Howling III: The MarsupialsNFSA Restores: Classics back on the big screen.1987
How to Change the World“Tremendously inspiring, and by turns thrilling, comic, and shocking” — Slash Film2015
I Am Belfast“More than anything, it feels like a strange dream. When you wake from it, you can't help looking at the city with new eyes” - Irish Times2015
I Am Not a Work of ArtScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 2
Ice and the Sky“a powerful testament, and one that ought to have a considerable impact.” – The Guardian2015
I'm Not There“Cate Blanchett is the movie's jewel… Her Dylan is intelligent, confident, artificial in the best sense: a strong contender for the big awards, and a good reason to see the film.” - The Guardian2007
I've Fallen In LoveScreening as part of the 9:16 Film Festival Program2015
KarroyulScreening as part of the Australian Shorts Program2015
Lamb“Sheer brilliance.” - The Guardian
2015
Landfill HarmonicThe world sends us garbage, we send them back music2015
LayoverScreening as part of the World Shorts Program2014
Let's Dance: Bowie Down UnderThe forgotten story behind David Bowie's biggest hit record.2015
Light YearScreening as part of the Tactile Visions Program2014
The Lobster“Like nothing you've seen before” – The Telegraph
2015
Looking for GraceDirect from Venice and Toronto, the long-awaited new film from Sue Brooks2015
Louder Than Bombs“a smart, measured tale steeped in understatement and complimented by first-rate performances” – Indiewire2015
MadeleineExperience as part of the Virtual Reality Program2015
MasqueScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 22012
MenagarieScreens in as part of Mayhem Projections at the Port2010
MeruMore than a climb. A story of friendship, sacrifice, hope and obsession.2015
Michelle's StoryMeryl Tankard's intimate portrait of dancer Michelle Ryan2015
Millions MarchExperience as part of the Virtual Reality Program2015
A Month of SundaysEveryone deserves a second chance. Even a real estate agent.2015
Mood MachineThe choreography of emotions2015
Motion DisabledScreens in as part of Mayhem Projections at the Port2010
Motion Disabled: Actor's CommentaryScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 32010
Mountains May Depart“Enormously touching, highlighted by Jia's rapturous image-making” — Variety
2015
My Best Friend Is Stuck On The CeilingIt's never the thought that counts.2015
My Little SumoScreening as part of the Made in SA Program2015
My Milk Cup CowScreening as part of the Illusions of Life Program2014
My SongScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 12011
Neon BullYou can't keep a good man's fashion sense down2015
The Nerve MeterScreening as part of the 9:16 Film Festival Program2015
Night NoonScreening as part of the Tactile Visions Program2014
NineteenScreening as part of the Australian Shorts Program2014
Now Add HoneyA comedy that hits the sweet spot.2015
Nulla NullaScreening as part of the Australian Shorts Program2014
Office“the sound of relentlessly printing printers might not be that innocuous again” – Hollywood Reporter2015
Oh! What a Lovely Lovely WardScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 22014
One DayScreening as part of the 9:16 Film Festival Program2015
One of a KindScreening as part of the Illusions of Life Program2014
Only the DeadWhat happens when the world's most feared terrorist chooses you to reveal his arrival on the global stage?2015
On With The GameScreening as part of the 9:16 Film Festival Program2015
The OrchestraScreening as part of the Illusions of Life Program2015
Oscar Wilde's The Nightingale and the RoseThe quest for a single red rose2014
Our Last TangoA story of love and hate, but above all, tango
2015
Our Little Sister“Full of quiet joy and simple pleasures, the taste of fresh whitebait over rice and plum wine steeped lovingly for a decade.” - The Telegraph
2014
Our StoryScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 32014
The PackA horror that's all around: man's best friend.2015
Paradice LostScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 22014
PeachScreening as part of the Tactile Visions Program2013
The Pearl Button“Another major cinematic accomplishment.” - Indiewire2015
Peggy Guggenheim: Art AddictA passion for art — and artists.2015
A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on ExistenceWinner of the Golden Lion, Venice Film Festival.2014
The Predators of TransylvaniaScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 32014
The Propaganda GameNorth Korea. The last communist country in the world. Unknown, hermetic and fascinating.2014
PurgotScreening as part of the 9:16 Film Festival Program2015
Raiders!“Steven Spielberg needed $20 million to make Raiders of the Lost Ark and my dad only needed his allowance.”2015
The Real Helen KellerScreens as part of A Month of Mayhem2000
Remembering the ManThe real couple behind Holding the Man.2015
Renault Virtual Reality Banner Run with Port Adelaide PowerExperience as part of the Virtual Reality Program2015
Requiem for the American DreamA clear, accessible explanation of how we got here — from of one the greatest thinkers of our time.2015
ResemblanceScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 22014
ResistanceScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 32008
RJD2 - Work It OutScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 3
The Russian WoodpeckerWorld Jury Prize for Documentary, Sundance.2015
Sam Klemke's Time MachineA Portrait of An Extraordinary Nobody2014
The Sea Reminds MeScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 2
The Second Mother“Beautifully written and acted with precision, this film's a winner” — Hollywood Reporter2015
Sergio Herman, FUCKING PERFECTPerfection, ambition, sacrifice. And amazing food2015
SherpaThe event that irrevocably changes Himalayan climbing forever2015
The SilencesI grew up in a house of secrets.2015
A Single BodyScreening as part of the World Shorts Program2014
SlingshotScreening as part of the Australian Shorts Program
2015
SMUT HOUNDSThe dirt on censorship2014
So BlueScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 32009
Soldiering OnScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 22014
SongmanKev Carmody. Poet. Radical. Grandad. National Treasure.2015
SpearA foot in each world. A heart in none.2015
Speed Sisters“ An engaging, high octane documentary... a savvy and at times nicely spikey film.” - Screen Daily2015
SpotlightBreaking the silence on abuse2015
Stalker“Every single frame is burned into my retina.” - Cate Blanchett1979
StarstruckNFSA Restores: Classics back on the big screen1982
Stepping RollScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 2
Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans“When you're racing, it's life. Anything that happens before or after is just waiting” – Steve McQueen2015
Storm BoyNFSA Restores: Classics back on the big screen.1976
The Swing The Hole and The LieScreening as part of the World Shorts Program2014
A Syrian Love StoryWinner of Grand Jury Prize, Sheffield Doc/Fest.
2015
TagLife is surreal. Don't let it consume you.2015
Tales“Touching, insightful, romantic in parts, jarring in others, but always human.” – Huffington Post2014
TannaFresh from its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival2015
Tehran TaxiWinner of the Golden Bear, Berlin Film Festival2015
These Heathen DreamsAn Adelaide doco on one of Australia's greatest artists2014
This Isn't DisneylandScreens in Mayhem Shorts Program 22014
Three PhotographersWilliam Yang and Koo Bohnchang create new images inspired by photographer George Rose.2015
Three StrikesScreening as part of the 9:16 Film Festival Program2015
Too DarkScreening as part of the Made in SA Program2015
Trent Parke - The Black RoseAn intimate look at the work of photographer Trent Parke 2015
TrespassScreening as part of the 9:16 Film Festival Program2015
The Tribe“An unprecedented cinematic accomplishment” - Indiewire2014
Turbo KidBack to the post-apocalyptic future2015
Under the AtmosphereScreening as part of the Tactile Visions Program2014
Under the SunScreening as part of the World Shorts Program2015
Upside Down FeelingA boy with a wild imagination explores his own mortality2015
Virgin MountainWinner of the Best Film prize at NY's Tribeca Film Festival.2015
WalkThe crossroad between cultural worlds2015
Walking New YorkExperience as part of the Virtual Reality Program2015
WatercourseScreening as part of the Tactile Visions Program2014
Waves ‘98Screening as part of the Illusions of Life Program2015
The Way of the NgangkariDon't be afraid of the dark side2015
We Are ManyThe biggest mass event in human history.2015
What We KnowVincent threw a party. It didn't go well.2015
When I Saw YouSome people follow the masses: others, the sun.
2012
White EpilepsyThe vertical framework permits one to see without exposing himself to danger.2012
The Witch“Its focus on themes over plot is what elevates it to something near greatness.” – The Guardian
2015
World of TomorrowScreening as part of the Illusions of Life Program2015
A Writer and Three Script Editors Walk Into a BarFrom the director of A Month of Sundays...2014
Yia Yia (grandmother)From darkness into light, via a pudding.
2015
YouthBeing young makes everything close. Being old makes everything far away.2015
You, the LivingYou, the Living is about the human being, about her greatness and her miserableness, her joy and sorrow, her self-confidence and anxiety. A being at whom we want to laugh and also cry for. It is simply a tragic comedy or a comic tragedy about us. “ - Roy Andersson2007