Australian Screen

Australia’s audiovisual heritage online

Titles from the 2010s

13 titles - sorted alphabetically or by year

2010

Animal Kingdom feature film – 2010

A nervous 17-year-old boy struggles to survive his scary new criminal family after the death of his mother.

Art + Soul documentary – 2010

Senior art curator Hetti Perkins travels across Australia to meet leading Aboriginal artists and talk about their works within an Aboriginal cultural context.

Beneath Hill 60 feature film – 2010

During the First World War, a Queensland miner learns the true cost of war when he leads Australians in a project to tunnel beneath enemy lines to plant explosives.

Snowtown feature film – 2010

A vulnerable South Australian teenage boy is drawn into a horrific world of murder and torture.

2011

Burning Man feature film – 2011

A chef finds his life in crisis after a personal tragedy.

The Eye of the Storm feature film – 2011

The expatriate, grown children of an ill Sydney matriarch return to her bedside with more than love on their minds.

Face to Face feature film – 2011

A group of colleagues meet to decide the fate of a sacked co-worker facing jail.

Go Back to Where You Came From – Series 1 television program – 2011

An immersive documentary in which six Australians test their prejudices by tracing in reverse the journeys taken by refugees to Australia.

Here I Am feature film – 2011

A young woman attempts to reconnect with her mother and daughter after her release from prison.

Mad Bastards feature film – 2011

TJ returns to the Kimberley region of Western Australia to try and reconnect with his teenage son.

Sleeping Beauty feature film – 2011

A young female university student takes on an unusual, erotic freelance job to support her studies.

Toomelah feature film – 2011

A hard-hitting film about the impact of poverty, drugs and alcohol on the life of a young boy living in an Aboriginal community.

2012

Blackbuster short film – 2012

In this comic love story a pirate-movie dealer’s daydreams seep into reality.