Australian born film maker George (Mad Max) Miller offers a personal view of Australian films. He suggests that they can be regarded as visual music, public dreaming, mythology, and song-lines. In extrapolating the idea of movies as song-lines he examines feature films under the following categories : songs of the land ; the bushman ; the convicts ; the bush-rangers ; mates and larrikins ; the digger ; pommy bashing ; the sheilas ; gays ; the wogs ; blackfellas ; urban subversion. He then concludes that these films can be thought of as "Hymns that sing of Australia
search for anything! e.g. Barbie or maybe 'Ashoka' Dune: Part Two Paul Mescal search for anything!
Part of: Century of Cinema Collection
Series of films from directors around the world commissioned by the BFI for the 100th anniversary of cinema