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Old 03-26-2018, 12:44 PM   #61
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So is the only reason "Predestination" isn't on the list that the directors were born in Germany (despite being Australian citizens)? That was shot here by "Australian" directors, and starring Australians, but it seems weird to call it an Australian film given it's supposed to be set in the US, and all the characters have American accents.
I'd personally count Predestination as Australian. Like Accidents Happen (not on Blu Ray to date) an Australian film, made by Australians, shot in Australia but set in the U.S.
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Old 03-30-2018, 06:03 AM   #62
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Paperback Hero has a release.
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im a bit surprised that they still havent released croc dundee here and its sequel(lets not talk about the 3rd one). Luckily the us set is well priced and region free
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Arrow Films of the UK have a number of older NZ titles coming to Blu-ray: Sleeping Dogs on 15 April, Smash Palace on 27 May, Vigil on 05 June and The Quiet Earth on 17 June. Arrow is selling them for 18#. They all have optional English subtitles and some extras. Details at: https://arrowfilms.com/shop/
I should also mention that Human Traces is now available on BD-R. Details at: http://www.nzvideos.org/human.html

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^^ I got Human Traces on release and already have three of those upcoming ones on preorder. (but not The Quiet Earth. Still on the fence about which version I'm going to upgrade to.)

really is awesome to see Arrow releasing these classics on Blu-ray... hopefully there'll be more to come. Fingers crossed for Goodbye Pork Pie!
After looking over the new extras that the Arrow version of 'The Quiet Earth' will have, I decided to order it. I will post an update from what I already have at my site about it, once I have my copy. I too am hoping for some more of the older titles to find their way to blu-ray, via Arrow. Two that come to mind are Starlight Hotel and The Navigator.

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^^ The Navigator is on my radar, hoping to see it sometime this year if possible. Haven't heard of the other one... I'll have to look into it

regarding The Quiet Earth, I'm starting to resign myself to the idea that I'm just going to have to quadruple-dip on it. I want the German version commentary most. The Arrow one has the most extras (and a different commentary). And the US Film Movement one has yet another commentary.

... and I already got the Spanish BD-R a year ago because I liked its front cover. In hindsight, I probably should've left that one till last. Oh well.
Armchair, your radar should be picking up 'The Navigator'. Arrow will be releasing it to Blu-ray starting 24 July in the UK and US. I have details at my site: http://www.nzvideos.org/navigator.html
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Old 04-27-2018, 09:34 PM   #67
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Well, Arrow will be getting my order if Umbrella tries to charge 50 bucks for this one as well!
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Paperback Hero, Last Cab to Darwin and Mary and Max still need an add.
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Old 12-05-2018, 02:46 AM   #69
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Any new Aussie films out lately? All we've had for NZ is The Breaker Uppers.
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Any new Aussie films out lately? All we've had for NZ is The Breaker Uppers.
Ladies in Black
Felicity / Centrespread (Oz Exploitation)

do we classify THE BOUNTY as Australian ??
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Old 12-05-2018, 02:55 AM   #71
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The Bounty... Looks mostly filmed in the Pacific? Also by a kiwi born director... More NZ than AU?

Seems to be listed as a British film..

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Old 12-05-2018, 06:31 AM   #72
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These are recent Aussie movie releases.

Cargo
Occupation
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^^ technically Roger Donaldson was born & raised in Aussie, didn't emigrate to NZ till he was a young adult. That said he was a Kiwi by the time he made The Bounty, and from memory parts of it were even filmed here in NZ.

personally I'd still class it as more of a British/Pacific Islds movie though
Oh snap. Better take his movies out of the NZ bit!
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For a comprehensive NZ DVD listings I'd recommend http://www.nzvideos.org.
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^ Breath is fantastic.
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Given that Sweetie is a highly revered and respected Aussie film with a Blu ray release in the States, I think Australian distributors should really focus on giving it a HD release here. As far as I know the DVD is long out of print...btw, for those who don't know, it's a Jane Campion film from 1989, filmed in the Sydney area.



I am still yet to see it because of how ridiculously difficult it is to track down in this country!
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Old 01-15-2019, 04:19 AM   #77
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I'm in the same boat. Maybe when I'm on top of my finances I'll shell out the expense for the Criterion, because as much as I'd like to think Aussie distributors care about homegrown talent/cinema, the catalogues suggest they are still heavily geared towards escapist Americana/Hollywood.
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it looks like Umbrella is going to release a new BD of Walkabout
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it looks like Umbrella is going to release a new BD of Walkabout
Hopefully this will port the Criterion disc. I have the Criterion DVD and will happily buy this Blu Ray if it is a Criterion port.
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a few that we have missed




and one O/S release...

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