The Flip Side - feature film
While visiting Australia, English actor Henry and his French girlfriend Sophie, stay with Adelaide couple Ronnie and Jeff. What should be a fun break descends into paranoia, bitter recriminations and truly appalling behaviour. In the end, “real Australia” has had enough and lets them know it. THE FLIP SIDE pitches a young Australian couple against the visitors from hell, an insufferable European duo operating with the confidence of the anointed.
My Last Five Girlfriends - feature film
After yet another failed relationship, 30-something Duncan (Brendan Patricks) decides to quiz his last five girlfriends to find out what went wrong in order to figure out how to find love. With advice from bizarre sources and intense flights of fancy, finally Duncan realises that love is a battleground where only the fittest can survive.
Sleuth - feature film
Andrew Wyke (Michael Caine) is a highly successful mystery writer living in a beautiful and technologically advanced mansion in England. Milo Tindle (Jude Law) is an unsuccessful actor with decidedly less to show for his professional exploits. The lives of these two men cross paths when Andrew's wife leaves him for the younger Milo. Hoping to carry out a cleverly constructed revenge plot, Andrew invites Milo to his estate, where elaborate mind games ensue.
Being Julia - feature film
Julia Lambert (Annette Bening) is a popular but aging stage actress who is losing passion for her career. Her husband and director, Michael Gosselyn (Jeremy Irons), introduces her to a young American actor, Tom (Shaun Evans), who professes admiration for her. Julia and Tom start an affair, but soon she realizes that Tom is just using her to advance his own career and that of his other girlfriend, actress Avice Crichton (Lucy Punch). Julia befriends Avice, all the while plotting her revenge.
Nina's Heavenly Delights - feature film
Nina Shah (Shelley Conn), a closeted lesbian, returns to Scotland following her father's death and discovers that the family restaurant is for sale. Nina's father secretly entered a "Best of the West" curry competition before his death, and Nina vows to win the contest and save the eatery. Lisa (Laura Fraser), a charismatic woman who owns half of the business, agrees to help Nina, and soon the kitchen heats up with more than exotic spices when Nina falls in love with Lisa.
The River King - feature film
Abel Grey (Edward Burns) is sent to investigate the death of a boy from an exclusive local school, who is found floating in the river. Fearing scandal, the school insists it was suicide.
Little Fish - feature film
Four years clean, video store manager Tracy (Cate Blanchett) lives quietly, avoiding anything that might trigger a heroin relapse. Her ex-boyfriend Jonny (Dustin Nguyen) returns, claiming he is now a drug-free banker, and the two begin seeing each other again. Tracy looks after Lionel (Hugo Weaving), the man who introduced her to the drug. But, Lionel is thrown into a panic when his dealer, Brad (Sam Neill), suddenly retires. Lionel begs Tracy to help him score, testing her shaky sobriety.
The Ride - short film
On a deserted country road, lone driver (Anthony LaPaglia) picks up a young student (Ed Speleers), heading back to town. A casual conversation between strangers quickly becomes terrifying when the driver’s psychotic nature is revealed. Frightened and intimidated the student finds himself embroiled in a deadly event.
Stingray - short film
Struggling writer Kurt (Mathew Horne) has just lost another book pitch to a big time publisher (Dominic West). Afterwards he visits a pet shop to buy a new fish and runs into a pretty young teacher (Lucy Punch). After taking advice from the resident Stingray (voiced by Andy Serkis), Kurt decides to ask her on a date. However he’s not as good with words as he thinks…
The Day My Nan Died - TV 1/2 hour special
One day, on her favourite chair, Nan slowly stops knitting and the cuckoo clock slowly stops ticking. But life doesn’t end there, not if her daughter (Alison Steadman) has anything to do with it.
Frida and Diego: The Australian Years - short film
Once upon a time Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera tried to make a go of it in Australia. Devastated by an artistic scandal in New York they exiled themselves first to Port Adelaide, a place of industry and real people. In this new land they hoped to find creative sanctuary and succour. Away from the demons that haunt their past, Frida and Diego unravel the mysteries of modern Australian life. Based on real events as imagined by Marion Pilowsky.
2 in a Million - short film
Richard has a critical deal to close. Neema is visiting a friend. When two strangers enter a lift during raging thunderstorm they leave with a unique understanding of the other.
What We Know - short film
One year after the death of his wife, happy Vincent introduces his new lover to old friends over a meticulously planned dinner party.
It doesn’t go well.
Yia Yia (Grandmother) - short film
A guy, a girl and a Greek pudding. Adorable Nara unexpectedly shines a ray of light on Cal’s overcast day and a taste of her Yia Yia’s creme kataifi changes his life.
My Little Sumo - animated short film
Little Australian girl Daisy with the help of her super smart cat Charlie and beloved granny, sets out to become a sumo champ.
It's Always - short film
The age-old story of the struggle between men and women, love and power and… horrible Christmas presents.