Australia Day ends with a giant crocodile on the rampage, in Arch Nicholson's cult Ozploitation movie Dark Age.
Australia Day continues with a day seen through the eyes of seven children and their mothers in a dark ensemble drama.
A modern black and white silent film? Is it The Artist? No, it's Rolf de Heer's science fiction comedy Dr Plonk.
Australia Day continues as a family comes apart through grief in Bitter & Twisted, a drama starring Noni Hazlehurst.
Australia Day at The Digital Fix begins with Beneath Hill 60, a true story from World War One.
Lisandro Alonso's first UK DVD thanks to the wonderful folk at Second Run.
The next five of the great Greek director's films, in a box set from Artificial Eye.
This documentary looks at how punk rockers adjust to fatherhood, a seeming conflict with their anti-authoritarianism
Rediscover a neglected classic...
Truth in cinema gets turned on its head in Shohei Imamura's extraordinary film, released last year by Masters of Cinema
Doctors Three and Four, both with Sarah Jane, face off invasions from the past and android replicas from space.
A Korean painter finds himself in Paris (literally not figuratively) in this film directed by the great Hong Sang-soo.
British crime caper from the sixties populated by dozens of familiar faces.
Two forgotten Anna May Wong features from Ealing Studios, 1934.
Alan Rudolph's film about the "city of the one night stands" hits MGM's made-on-demand service
Catherine Breillat without the shock tactics.
The beginning of a major new DVD project for the Edition Filmmuseum label...