By FFA, 23-Apr-2013 21:59:00
FFA and the London Australian Film Society present a very special commemorative screening of Peter Wier's award winning World War 1 classic, introduced by Ian Henderson of The Menzies Centre for Australian Studies at Kings College
The 25th of April, Anzac day, is a sacred date in the Australian calendar. The whole nation downs tools
and takes time to remember those who fought for their country and allies' freedom.
In commemoration the London Australian Film Society is honoured to present the multi-award winning
Australia 1981 Dir. Peter Weir 110 mins.
By FFA, 12-Apr-2013 20:29:00
This FFA12 favourite gets a limited release from new distributor Munro Film Services. Don't miss.
Mother knows best in this award winningly affecting family drama
Fred Schepisi's (Last Orders, Roxanne) stormy portrait of a gloriously dysfunctional family is based on the novel by Nobel prize winner Patrick White. Promises of a lavish inheritance and unresolved familial grievances reluctantly draw estranged children Basil (Geoffrey Rush) and Dorothy (Judy Davis) to the bedside of their dying mother Elizabeth, played by the magnificent Charlotte Rampling. Determined to dominate and manipulate until the very end, Basil and Dorothy's increasingly desperate attempts to mollify their mother spin them in ever more tragically comic circles. With such a celebrated cast on board as well as a standout performance from Schepisi's daughter Alexandra, The Eye of the Storm positively dazzles.
Aus 2011 Dir. Fred Schepisi 119 min
By FFA, 11-Apr-2013 19:39:00
Bogan Bingo present another edition of their ever popular interactive cinema event.
Not only do you get to quote along to Australia's favourite film on the big screen, you also have the unique opportunity to dress like a dag and win prizes. Come in your finest Kerrigan chic and you'll be in with a crack at the best dressed prize, plus you'll be the most popular person at the after party at The Distillers Pub, W6 9PH.
The Kerrigans live in happy obscurity in a modest house on the outskirts of Melbourne, until a major developer threatens their home with plans for an extension to the adjacent airport, and deciding to fight to save their castle takes them all the way to the High Court of Australia. With Michael Caton & Eric Bana.
1997 Dir. Rob Sitch 82 mins.
Sat 18 May 3pm, Riverside Studios.
By FFA, 08-Feb-2013 21:26:00
FFA and the London Australian Film Society presents a very special preview of Cate Shortland's multi AACTA Award nominated period epic, which garnered a Best Young Actor Award for it's lead, Saskia Rosendahl. Festival venue partners Hackney Picturehouse are hosting us, tickets on sale now. Click to book...
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