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Starring Guy Pearce, Tioreore Ngatai-Melbourne, Antonio Te Maioha, Jacqueline McKenzie, Te Kohe Tuhaka, Lawrence Makoare, Dean O'Gorman, Jared Turner and Kelly Vivian. Directed by Lee Tamahori.
Starring Eric Bana, Anna Torv, Jacqueline McKenzie, Richard Roxburgh, Mezi Atwood, Sisi Stringer, Deborra-Lee Furness, Robin McLeavy, Jeremy Lindsay Taylor and Ingrid Torelli. Directed by Robert Connolly.

REVIEWS Force of Nature: The Dry 2 - Eric Bana Returns to Aaron Falk

Starring Jane Seymour, Jacqueline McKenzie, Coco Jack Gillies and Stephen Hunter. Directed by Michael Budd.
Starring Annabelle Wallis, George Young, Jake Abel, Maddie Hasson, Michole Briana White, Jacqueline McKenzie and Ingrid Bisu. Directed by James Wan.

Madison is paralysed by shocking visions of grisly murders, and her torment worsens as she discovers that these waking dreams are in fact terrifying realities.

REVIEWS Malignant - Another bombastic horror rollercoaster from the great James Wan

Starring Essie Davis, Nathan Page, Miriam Margolyes, Ashleigh Cummings, Hugo Johnstone-Burt, Rupert Penry-Jones, Jacqueline McKenzie, Ian Bliss, Anthony J. Sharpe and John Waters. Directed by Tony Tilse.
Starring Bryan Brown, Sam Neill, Greta Scacchi, Jacqueline McKenzie, Richard E. Grant, Heather Mitchell, Claire Van Der Boom, Aaron Jeffery, Matilda Brown and Charlie Vickers. Directed by Rachel Ward.

A group of lifelong friends reunite to celebrate a special birthday, with Palm Beach providing a stunning backdrop for the unfolding drama. The good times roll with loads of laughter, lavish meals, flowing wine and fantastic music, but slowly tensions mount and deep secrets emerge.

REVIEWS Palm Beach - Aussie dream cast, unwelcoming dinner party

HARMONY (2018)
Starring Jessica Falkholt, Jerome Meyer, Eamon Farren, Paula Arundell, Jacqueline McKenzie, Tessa James, Lewis Fitz-Gerald, Les Chantery, Salvatore Coco and Dean Kyrwood. Directed by Corey Pearson.
Starring Dan Ewing, Temuera Morrison, Stephanie Jacobsen, Rhiannon Fish, Jacqueline McKenzie and Bruce Spence. Directed by Luke Sparke.

After their small Australian country town is annihilated by an overwhelming airborne attack, a group of civilians evade capture and discover they are now among the last remaining survivors of an extraterrestrial invasion engulfing the entire planet.

As humanity falls under world-wide occupation, they form a home-grown army to fight back against vastly superior enemy forces. On the frontlines of the battle for Earth, they are our last hope.

Starring Jacqueline McKenzie, Myles Pollard, Hayley McIlhenney, Shannon Berry, Troy Coward, Ben Mortley and Ryan Panizza. Directed by John V. Soto.

Physicist and researcher Jane Chandler is happily married to writer, Matt. They have two kids, Jake and Samantha. Jane has her own lab and together with her assistant, Regg, they experiment with matter teleportation. Later, tragedy strikes: Matt is killed in a car crash. Grieving, Jane falls to pieces. But a few weeks later comes a ray of hope. Using her revolutionary teleportation machine Jane finds a way to travel to a parallel world where she finds an "alternate version" of Matt. But this version of her deceased husband reveals himself to be a very different man. A soldier, he carries a strange, deadly weapon and has a temper that can erupt at any moment. It soon becomes clear that she has made a terrible mistake and now she must find a way to defeat him and save her family.
Starring Magda Szubanski, Jacqueline McKenzie, Robert Sheehan, Rebecca Breeds, John Waters, Deborah Mailman, Kelton Pell and Michael Caton. Directed by Ben Elton.
DON'T TELL (2017)
Starring Sara West, Aden Young, Jack Thompson, Rachel Griffiths, Jacqueline McKenzie, Susie Porter, Gyton Grantley, Martin Sacks and Robert Taylor. Directed by Tori Garrett.

Desperate to be believed and tormented by memories of sexual abuse as a 12-year-old boarder at a prestigious school, Lyndal's last hope is the justice system. Estranged from her family with only a small window of opportunity to seek counsel, she returns to the country town that has plagued her mind for the first time in 11 years. Lyndal entrusts local lawyer Stephen Roche who recognises she is at crisis point and sets out to build the case that will, finally, bring so many to account. With the help of his aspiring young associate Jodie and the enigmatic barrister Bob Myers, Roche and Lyndal find their way together.
Starring Matt Nable, Daniel Henshall and Jacqueline McKenzie. Directed by Kasimir Burgess.

Thomas Ryan is a man frozen in grief after his daughter is killed in a hit-and-run incident by Luke Simpson. When Luke is released from prison, Thomas changes his identity, abandons his corporate life and relocates to the remote outpost where Luke now works as tree feller.

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