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Industry Votes Keep On Coming

18 July 2018

 

The votes have been pouring in and we love hearing from our industry friends on the Top 3 Australian films #youmustsee.

 

Check out what films they are voting for.

Tony Ayres
(Director Walking on Water)
Muriel’s Wedding
Samson & Delilah
Mad Max 2

Tony Martin
(Director Bad Eggs, The Castle)
Mad Max 2
Chopper
Don’s Party

Jennifer Peedom
(Director Sherpa, Mountain)
Animal Kingdom
The Castle
Wake in Fright

Jason Di Rosso
(Radio National Screen Hub)
My Tehran for Sale
Floating Life
Ten Canoes

Glendyn Ivin
(Director Last Ride,Cracker Bag)
Storm Boy
Proof
On the Waves of the Adriatic

Kate Closer
(Director Top End Wedding)
Muriel’s Wedding
Wake in Fright
The Piano

Lehmo
(The Project)
The Castle
Crackerjack
Mad Max

Jan Fran
(Journalist, The Feed, SBS)
Strictly Ballroom
The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert
Muriel’s Wedding

Shawn Seet
(Director Storm Boy)
Newsfront
The FJ Holden 1977
Storm Boy

Mark Cousins
(Filmmaker, The Story of Film: An Odyssey)
Walkabout
The Babadook
Top of the Lake

Cate Shortland
(Director, Somersault, Lore)
My Brilliant Career
Beneath Clouds
Animal Kingdom

David Gulpilil
(Actor Walkabout, Storm Boy, The Tracker)
Walkabout
Storm Boy
The Tracker

Scott Hicks
(Director Shine)
Shine
Samson & Delilah
The Devil’s Playground

Sue Austin
(Creating the Spectacle! Freewheeling)
Rabbit Proof Fence
The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert
Dead Calm

Kerry Heysen
(Producer Highly Strung)
Shine
The Boys are Back
Samson & Delilah
Larissa Behrendt
(Director After the Apology)
Beneath Clouds
Sweet Country
The Year My Voice Broke

Gideon Obarzanek
(I Want To Dance Better at Parties)
The Boys
Samson & Delilah
Chopper

 

If you haven’t voted yet, you’ve got just over a week left to find the top 3 Australian feature films – fiction and documentary – of all time. The audience-curated feature films #YOUMUSTSEE will screen at the Adelaide Film Festival in October in a celebration of Australian cinema.

 

Have your say and vote now for your top 3 Australian Films #YOUMUSTSEE

Voting is open from June 18 – July 30

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