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Kenneth Turan's DVD Pick of the Week: What's Old Is New

As the old year winds to a close, it’s pleasure to highlight some new releases of some of the best films ever made on the theme of age and aging, both released in fine Criterion editions. From Japan’s Akira Kurosawa, best known for violent;An Australian man travels to Turkey after the Battle of Gallipoli to try and locate his  An iconic Australian story of family, friendship and adventure, between a young boy and a;In August, the BBC released its list of The 21st Century’s 100 Greatest Filmsand there were only two Aussie films included. Let’s redress the balance with FilmInk’s 100 Best Australian Films Of The New Millennium.;Australian Made: The Movie is a July 1987 live concert film of the Australian Made tour from December 1986 to January 1987. The tour featured internationally performing Australian acts, INXS, Divinyls, Models, The Triffids, The Saints, I'm Talki;Former world No 1 is pushing himself harder than ever for his 20th and final Australian Open. Despite his age, he tells Paul Newman he can still match the best;The mid-1900s had a slow start for Australian film, although the first Academy Award was won for an Australian film, Kokoda Front Line!.The industry picked back up during the 1970s with one of the first internationally released films, Picnic at

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The Australian Movie Channel is your home for Australian made Movies, Productions, BTS & Special Content! Watch Free online now by clicking the Subscribe button! 7:10;Please help us continue to support Australian cinema. Celeste (Radha Mitchell) was once Australia’s most beloved opera singer. Yet she threw it all away to follow the man she;For a complete list visit the Australian Movies site which contains a list of over 1000 films. Also see Australian Screen which provides a large database of Australia's film, audio and visual heritage made accessible online.;What's your favourite Aussie film? You know, the films that give you goosebumps and butterflies, that make your heart melt and your emotions soar, and inspire you to ;By any measure, British director Christopher Nolan, with his brother Jonathan as co-writer, has made a remarkable film.