The three multi-generational boys of the Warr household, father and sons alike, must each find their own way, however tenuous, to grow up. The story of a father's desperate struggle to reunite his estranged family over the course of a single afternoon. One summer, four orphans boys who have grown to be the closest of friends find themselves competing for the attention of the same family.
A South African professor of romantic poetry is disgraced when he has an affair with a student, and confronts a violent reality on his daughter's remote farm. Teenage Zef and little brother, Tutu, are two happy elephants. Who wouldn't be with the biggest backyard in the world to play in A forensic psychologist Collette is tasked with determining whether or not a minor should face murder charges for killing his schoolmate.
This is Laura's story Deeply ensconced in a top-secret military program, three pilots struggle to bring an artificial intelligence program under control Look Both Ways follows four people over one weekend, as they deal with a life-changing event which leaves them questioning their right to happiness. On her brithday she begins work at the local cannery under, foreman Alan Hugo Weaving and is given her late mother's diary.
Both of which allow Steph to understand her legacy and re-create her vision of the world. Human Touch tells the story of Anna Jacqueline McKenzie , a singer who reclaims her desire when she agrees to pose nude for photographs taken by wealthy connoisseur, Edward Chris Haywood.
Anna is drawn more and more into Edward's world. Three young backpackers experience a terrifying journey after being abducted in the isolated Australian Outback. A successful 19th century American stockbroker Sutherland leaves his profession to become an artist in Paris.
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A surreal, Kafkaesque thriller about workplace horror, which follows a young intern's dangerous climb up the corporate ladder. Sixteen-year old Gary Black helps his football team win the championship by accident, falls in love with a beautiful Aboriginal girl from the local mission, and is caught in a terrible conflict with the local community. In , three aboriginal girls escape after being plucked from their homes to be trained as domestic staff and set off on a trek across the Outback.
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In this science-fiction thriller about the first piloted mission to Mars, a team of astronauts is seeking refuge for Earth's dying human population. But things go horribly wrong A retired musician Tingwell renews his relationship with his first true love Blake , 50 years after they shared a passionate love affair in post-war Belgium. A poignant homage to the human spirit. A musical drama based on the true story of a young girl who is so entranced by the beauty of the moon that she vanishes while following it. Her father refuses to allow an Aboriginal tracker to assist in the search, and the tracker watches helplessly as the search party stamps her every trace to dust.
In Holy Smoke, an Australian family are trying to rescue their daughter from the attention of an Indian Guru. Kate Winslet plays the young Australian woman who travels to India and ends up joining a "cult. An intergalactic love story about a woman from the stars who lands in the outback to teach a traveller about the harmony of the universe, while he helps her understand the nature of love. Stunning cinematography and technical effects from Adelaide-based company Digital Arts make for complex time-lapse images which arrest the eyes as well as the mind.
Rosie returns to her home city on the death of her father, a former policeman. His diaries hint at corruption, and she also receives hints and veiled threats which support her suspicions. Rosie puzzles about who he was, and about her early life and relationship to him. Bad Boy Bubby is just that: a bad boy.
So bad, in fact, that his mother has kept him locked in their house for his entire thirty years. One of Craig Lahiff's stylish thrillers, this one centring on a cop who kills a drug runner, takes the cash and goes on the run, pursued by his wife and her lover. A little seen but very atmospheric 'film noir', with strong character performances. A disillusioned youth, obsessed by fantasies of material wealth, steals a Porsche and with his girlfriend in tow, leads the authorities on a cross-country chase.
A local entry into the 'road movie' genre, with excellent stuntwork, high-speed chases and an atmospheric soundtrack. During the Boer War, three Australian soldiers are courtmartialled and found guilty of murdering civilian prisoners. Based on true incidents surrounding the British Army's need to find political scapegoats, the script, direction and performances give this film an outstanding emotional impact. A powerful anti-war statement is made in this story of the mateship between two Australian lads who meet during a race, join the Lighthorse regiment, and become a part of the Gallipoli campaign in Based on David Williamson's play, The Club offers a nostalgic view of the passionate game of Australian Rules football.
Set in a tuna fishing communtity west of Adelaide, the coming-of-age film sees a boy try to win the respect of his domineering fisherman father. The son's skills and endurance are put to the test when father and ship are disabled in a storm. The moving story of a father who discovers that his year-old son is dying of leukemia and is determined to make the last days of his son's life as happy as possible by granting him three wishes.
A young boy, living a lonely existence with his reclusive fisherman father amid the sand dunes on the south coast of South Australia, befriends a pelican before meeting a young Aboriginal who educates him in the ways of nature.
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During the afternoon several members of the party disappeared without a trace…. ALL Two Destinies. One Journey. Ten canoes, three wives, one hundred and fifty spears All men choose the path they walk When the filming begins, so too do the killings. Depends on you point of view really A film for Heather Rose So bad, in fact, that his mother has kept him locked in their house for his entire thirty years IMDB.
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The annual award is given for a poetry chapbook. The next deadline is December The annual fellowships are given to emerging writers living in the five boroughs of New York City. The next deadline is February 15, Gary Young judged. The annual award is given for a collection of poetry, flash fiction, or a combination of the two. Box , Corvallis, OR Michael Malan, Editor. Margot Livesey judged.
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The annual award is given for a short story. The next deadline is March 14, Stephanie G'Schwind, Director. Kathleen Bryce Niles-Overton judged. The biennial award is given for a poetry chapbook. John Drive, Syracuse, NY The annual awards are given for a poem, a short story, and an essay. Jonathan Bohr Heinen, Managing Editor. Cutthroat , Writing Awards, P. Box , Durango, CO Pamela Uschuk, Editor in Chief. Kathleen Winter judged. Elixir Press, Poetry Award, P. Box , Denver, CO Dana Curtis, Editor.
Davidson and Co. Box , Helena, MT Mark Meloy, Executive Director. Laird Hunt judged. The annual award is given for a short story collection, novella, novella collection, or novel by a writer who has published at least three books of fiction. Noy Holland judged. The annual award is given for a short story collection, novella, novella collection, or novel.
Box , Tuscaloosa, AL Stillwell Powers of Eugene, Oregon. The annual awards are given to emerging poets and fiction writers. The next deadline is December 1. Michael Roberts, Executive Director. Box , Georgetown, KY Chris Kincaid, Editor. Ellen Bass judged. The next deadline is March 31, Clem Cairns, Editor.
Boyer received the Cy Twombly Award for Poetry, given annually to a poet; Moten received the Roy Lichtenstein Award, given annually to an artist in any discipline "contributing to the creative arts in the wide-ranging and investigative spirit of Roy Lichtenstein;" and Robertson received the C. Wright Award for Poetry, given to a poet over the age of 50 whose work "exemplifies Wright's vibrant lyricism, seriousness, and striking originality. The annual grants are given to artist and poets. There is no application process. The editors judged. The next deadline is January 2, Gemini Magazine , Poetry Open, P.
Box , Onset, MA David Bright, Editor. The award is given twice yearly for a short story with a supernatural or magic realism theme. Box , Union, ME Paul Guernsey, Editor. Gival Press Poetry Award C. Linwood D. Rumney judged. Gival Press, Poetry Award, P. Box , Arlington, VA Robert Giron, Editor. The award is given three times yearly for a short story by a writer whose fiction has not appeared in a print publication with a circulation of more than 5, Box , Portland, OR The annual awards are given for a book of poetry published in the previous year by a living poet or translator from any country and for a book of poetry by a living Canadian poet or translator.
Ruth Smith, Executive Director. The annual award is given for an unpublished novel. The annual fellowships are given to poets, fiction writers, and creative nonfiction writers with substantial publications or a current contract for the publication of a book. Hub City Press C. Pease of Williamsburg, Virginia, won the inaugural C. Lee K. Abbott judged.