Australiana MoviesThese are classic Australian movies set in rural Australia, or have a feel of days-gone-by. If there is something you think I should ad, send me an email and I'll see if I can track it down.
Man From Snowy River II
Such was the immense reaction to this definitive masterpiece, that producer Geoff Burrowes revisited the high country to complete the story of the man who became a legend.
Storm Boy (Anniversary Edition) - DVD
Storm Boy lives with his recluse father on South Australia's lonely and beautiful coast. Here his free spirit roams with his pet pelican Mr Percival and his secret Aboriginal friend, Fingerbone Bill.
40,000 Forty Thousand Horsemen - Classic Australian Movie - DVD
Charles Chauvel's 1940 cinematic tribute to the mounted troops of the Australian Light Horse regiments is a rousing call to arms, giving life to the heroic tales of mateship during the Great War.
The Charles Chauvel Collection - DVD's
Respected pioneer of Australian cinema, filmmaker Charles Chauvel established a name and reputation for quintessential Aussie storytelling in an era where Hollywood films abound.
Sword of Honour - DVDs
Capturing the spirit of the age and the turmoil of the times, Sword of Honour tells the heartbreaking story of a nation at war, the soldiers who left their families to fight, the social upheaval and the emotionally perilous journey back home.
Tenko - Series 3 and The Reunion- Complete Series - DVDs
Writer Lavinia Warner's award-winning series, exploring the hardships suffered by a group of expatriate western woman in Japanese prisioner of war camps, comes to its conclusion with the third and final series of 'Tenko'.