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Last Supper for Malthus (The Permanent Food Crisis) - Official Trailer

This is the official trailer for our documentary "Last Supper for Malthus".

The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce - Available on DVD Now

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This high-quality BBC/ABC historical drama tells the gruesome but true story of Irish convict turned cannibal, Alexander Pearce. Launching nationwide with event screenings and being shown on the ABC in March 2009. This fascinating tale boasts some of Australia's finest young talent (both in front and behind the camera) and will shock and enthral. Starring Adrian Dunbar, Ciaran McMenamin, Dan Wyllie, Don Hany, Chris Haywood, Bob Franklin, Richard Green http://shop.abc.net.au/bro...

The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce - Movie Trailer

In 1822, eight men escape from the most isolated and brutal prison on earth, Sarah Island in Van Diemens Land. Only one man survives, and his tale of betrayal, murder and cannibalism shocks the British establishment to the core. This story is the last confession of Alexander Pearce.

The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce Nominated at Australian Directors Guild Awards 2009

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The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce director Michael James Rowland has been nominated at the Australian Directors Guild Awards. Press release from the ADG The Australian Directors Guild today announced the nominees for its 2009 peer-assessed awards, celebrating the creative achievement of directors in film, television and new media platforms. ADG President, Ray Argall, said: “We congratulate all the nominees on the great work they have produced this year and look forward to seein...

The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce

Director: Michael James Rowland.
In 1824 the British penal colony of Van Diemens Land is little more than a living hell. Chained to a wall in the darkness of a cell under Hobart Gaol, Pearce is visited by Father Connolly, the parish priest of the fledgling colony and a fellow Irishman. The Last Confession Of Alexander Pearce will draw a visceral and compelling picture of a hell on earth and tell how one man endured the unimaginable by doing the unthinkable.

HUNGER Wins Top Prize at ERA New Horizons International Film Festival

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  by Sandy Mandelberger, Online Dailies Editor HUNGER, multiple-award-winning film debut of the famous visual artist Steve McQueen, has won the Grand Prix (20 000 €) of NEW HORIZONS International Competition. The festival's highest honour was awarded by the international jury. HUNGER also took home the Film Critics Award (10 000 €). The film, which won the Camera D'Or prize at last year's Cannes Film Festival, tells the chilling tale of Irish Republic...

IFC Films Have Seven On Toronto Slate

 Saturday, September 6------Coming off of a shopping spree of acquisitions at the Cannes Film Festival, New York-based specialty distributor IFC Films is screening an unprecedented seven films at this year's Toronto International Film Festival. With most US distributors in retrenchment mode (or some being shuttered completely), IFC's day-and-date release of films in theaters and via Video On Demand has given them the financial clout to fill the need for an expanding pipeline of new product.That...
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