40,000 Years of Dreaming
Australia • 1h 7m
Directed by George Miller • Documentary • With George Miller • 1996 • 65 minutes
Mad Max director George Miller explores the tradition of film production in Australia, forging a link between the imported technology of filmmaking and the ancient Aboriginal creation myths. In parallel with tracing the making of modern Australia, he also explores his country's wider media output via film and television. Includes extracts from films such as Ned Kelly, Sons of Matthew, Crocodile Dundee, My Brilliant Career, The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Romper Stomper, Sweetie and The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith as well as Miller's own Mad Max trilogy.
Up Next in Australia
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Directed by Tracey Moffatt • Drama • 1993 • 90 minutes
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Best of Fest 2 - The Circadian Cycle
Directed by Garry Stewart • Experimental Short • 2021 • 16 minutes
The Circadian Cycle is a short film conceived and directed by Garry Stewart, with cinematography from renowned director and film maker Cordelia Beresford. Filmed within the stunning South Australian landscape, The Circadian Cycle...