Australian Studies Programme  

School of English and American Studies - Eötvös Loránd University   

1088 Budapest, Rákóczi út 5. office 406,  phone: (36-1) 485 52 00 extension 4399, email: ausprog[at]     



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Cecilia Gall of the Australian Studies Programme initiated and has been organising a monthly


Australian Film Club




since 2010



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(Our thanks go to József Dojcsár for maintaining the facebook profile so enthusiastically!)






The following films have been screened since 2010:

- The films are presented in reverse chronological order first, then alphabetically -




November Sweet Country
October Goldstone
September Romulus My Father
May Noise
April Last Cab to Darwin
March Home Song Stories
February Beautiful  Kate
January Lucky Miles
November The Rabbit Proof Fence
October The Daughter
September Two Hands
May What We Do in the Shadows
April Evil Angel
March Hunt for the Wilderpeople
February The Dressmaker
January The Black Balloon
October The Piano
September Dogs in Space
May The Little Death
April The Water Diviner
March The Tracker
February He Died with a Felafel in his Hand
January Predestination
December The Castle
November Mr. Pip
October The Devil's Playground
September Mad Max (3 films)
June Mental
May Charlie's country
April Gallipoli
March Wake in Fright
February Tracks
January Ned Kelly
December Crocodile Dundee
November Walkabout
October The Rover
September Satellite Boy
June Sapphires
May Last Ride
April Mystery Road
March Proof
February Mary and Max
January The Plumber
December Dating the Enemy
November Dingo
October The Club
September Shine
May Love and other Catastrophes
April The Last Wave
March Eye of the Storm
February Beneath Clouds
January The Dish
December Mrs Carey's Concert
November Oyster Farmer
October Gettin' Square
September Ten Canoes
June Red Dog
May Oranges and Sunshine
April Coca Cola Kid
March High Tide
February Unfinished Sky
January Animal Kingdom
December Yolngu Boy
November The Whale Rider
October Strictly Ballroom
September Lantana
June Proposition
May Where the Green Ants Dream
April The Tree
March Sunday Too Far Away
February Picnic at Hanging Rock
January Priscilla - Queen of the Desert
December Muriel’s Wedding
November Japanese Story
October Bran Nue Day
September Jindabyne



  1. Animal Kingdom

  2. Beautiful Kate

  3. Beneath Coulds

  4. The Black Balloon

  5. Bran Nue Day

  6. The Castle

  7. Charlie's Country

  8. The Club

  9. The Coca-Cola Kid

  10. Crocodile Dundee

  11. The Daughter

  12. Dating the Enemy

  13. The Devil's Playground

  14. Dingo

  15. The Dish

  16. Dogs in Space

  17. The Dressmaker

  18. Evil Angel

  19. The Eye of the Storm

  20. Gallipoli

  21. Gettin’ Square

  22. Goldstone

  23. He Died with a Felafel in his Hand

  24. High Tide

  25. Home Song Stories

  26. Hunt for the Wilderpeople

  27. Japanese Story

  28. Jindabyne

  29. Lantana

  30. Last Cab to Darwin

  31. Last Ride

  32. The Last Wave

  33. The Little Death

  34. Love and other Catastrophes

  35. Lucky Miles

  36. Mad Max (3 films)

  37. Mary and Max

  38. Mental

  39. Mr Pip

  40. Mrs Carey's Concert

  41. Muriel's Wedding

  42. Mystery Road

  43. Ned Kelly

  44. Noise

  45. Oranges and Sunshine

  46. Oyster Farmer

  47. The Piano

  48. Picnic at Hanging Rock

  49. The Plumber

  50. Predestination

  51. Priscilla - Queen of the Desert

  52. Proof

  53. The Proposition

  54. The Rabbit Proof Fence

  55. Red Dog

  56. Romulus My Father

  57. The Rover

  58. Sapphires

  59. Satellite Boy

  60. Shine

  61. Strictly Ballroom

  62. Sunday Too Far Away

  63. Sweet Country

  64. Ten Canoes

  65. The Tracker

  66. Tracks

  67. The Tree

  68. Two Hands

  69. Unfinished Sky

  70. Wake in Fright

  71. Walkabout

  72. Whale Rider

  73. What We Do in the Shadows

  74. Where the Green Ants Dream

  75. Yolngu Boy

  76. The Water Diviner


 This was the poster for the first screening:




                                                                 © Eszter Gall



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