Best Australian Films – List of Top Australian Movies 2014

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Best Australian Films List 2014

The unstable Australian films industry gave first movie from its pocket in the form of The story of Kelly gang, in the year 1906 and since then it has contributed a number of fine internationally acclaimed actors and movies to the world cinema. The list of Australian movies may not be much long as compared to other film industries of the world, but definitely the competition it faces from the American films industry makes its working process much efficient and organised.
Top Australian Films 2014

Kokoda Front Line was first Australian film to win an Oscar in 1942. Australian films are appreciated by filmmakers from all over the world.The commercial successes of these movies have encouraged film makers to put in more and more money in this industry. Australian movies are known for their glamorous models and beautiful scenarios which attract filmmakers from all over the world. Popular Australian films depict historical events, creative themes like road trips, problems faced by sections of society. Themes of American films have also inspired many movies. Here is the top Australia films and best movies.

List of Top Australian Films 2014- Horror Movies

  • Satellite Boy
  • Any Questions for Ben
  • Red Dog – Australian films
  • Wish You Were Here
  • Animal Kingdom
  • Samson and Delilah
  • The King is Dead
  • The Black Balloon
  • Romulus, My Father
  • The Sapphires
  • Ten Canoes
  • Iron Sky – Best Australian films
  • Look Both Ways
  • Mental
  • Hail – Famous Australian films
  • Somersault
  • Japanese Story
  • Rabbit-Proof Fence
  • Lantana
  • Lore – Australian films
  • Mystery Road
  • Mad Max: Fury Road
  • Around the Block
  • The 34th Battalion
  • Blinder – Australian films
  • Singularity
  • The Railway Man
  • Tracks
  • Return to Nim’s Island
  • Squid: The Movie
  • My Cornerstone
  • Alien Sons
  • Double Happiness Uranium
  • Blue Drag
  • One Eyed Girl
  • Bush Boys
  • Two Mothers
  • Dirt Cheap
  • Love You Krishna
  • Reverse Runner
  • The Great Gatsby
  • Sunday – Australian films
  • I, Frankenstein
  • 1500 Steps
  • Felony
  • Animals
  • Defiant
  • Convict
  • Goddess
  • The Rover

Present scenario
The production costs of making a movie are much lower in Australia than in America that is the reason film makers are shifting their base from USA to Sydney, for e.g. Fox studios Australia and Warner Roadshow studios. These studios have given shows like Star wars and The Matrix.  Best Australian movies include Crocodile Dundee, Babe, Picnic at hanging rock, Gallipoli, Ten Canoes, etc. These movies have been awarded and appreciated by audiences of many nations.

List of Top Australian Films Horror movies

  • Dark Age
  • Fatal Bond
  • Undead
  • The Loved Ones
  • The Interview
  • Rouge
  • Visitors
  • Dead End Drive-In
  • In the Winter Dark
  • Cassandra
  • Resurrection
  • Wolf Creek
  • The Dreaming
  • Razorback
  • Contagion
  • Dead Silence
  • Two Hands
  • Bad Boy Bubby
  • Long weekend
  • Road Games
  • The Cars That Eat People
  • The Snowtown Murders
  • Daybreakers
  • In the Winter Dark
  • The Proposition
  • Ghosts… of the Civil Dead

These movies may not match with a lay man’s idea of Australia as a nation as the tourism industry here flaunts of its picturesque geography, but in recent years, a lot of Australian horror movies have come up and have been critically acclaimed too, like Razorback, Primal, Rogue, Wolf Creek and Dying Breed. The plots of these movies are usually set in the geographical contexts that make them more realistic. These Australia films are commercially successful also.  Hope you must have enjoyed the list of top Australian films and best movies.

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