Starring Austin Butler, Tom Hanks, Olivia Dejonge, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Rufus Sewell, Yolanda Quartey, Richard Roxburgh, Helen Thomson, David Wenham and Dacre Montgomery. Directed by Baz Luhrmann.
Starring Richard Roxburgh, Emma Booth, Miriam Margolyes, Joel Jackson, Deborah Mailman, Daisy Axon, Wesley Patten, Cath Moore and Ali Jayne Tognini. Directed by John Sheedy.
Starring Travis Fimmel, Nicholas Hamilton, Richard Roxburgh, Luke Bracey, Daniel Webber, Myles Pollard, Anthony Hayes, Alexander England, Aaron Glenane and Lincoln Lewis. Directed by Kriv Stenders.
Late afternoon August 18, 1966 South Vietnam - for three and a half hours, in the pouring rain, amid the mud and shattered trees of a rubber plantation called Long Tan, Major Harry Smith and his dispersed company of 108 young and mostly inexperienced Australian and New Zealand soldiers are fighting for their lives, holding off an overwhelming enemy force of 2,500 battle hardened Viet Cong and North Vietnamese soldiers. With their ammunition running out, their casualties mounting and the enemy massing for a final assault each man begins to search for his own answer - and the strength to triumph over an uncertain future with honour, decency and courage.
The Battle of Long Tan is one of the most savage and decisive engagements in ANZAC history, earning both the United States and South Vietnamese Presidential Unit citations for gallantry along with many individual awards. But not before 18 Australians and more than 500 enemies are killed.
Starring Justine Clarke, Richard Roxburgh, Coco Jack Gillies, Benson Jack Anthony, Marney McQueen, Peter McAllum, Linda Ngo, Cam Ralph and Jordan Hare. Directed by Noel Cleary and Sergio Delfino.
When Maya accidentally offends the Empress of Buzztropolis while trying to save the hive’s honey harvest, she is confronted with her biggest challenge yet: to compete in the prestigious Honey Games or surrender all the hive’s honey!
With the Queen counting on her, Maya must lead a team of misfit bugs to victory. Only one problem, they’ve never won anything, ever. How will they take on the infamous Buzztropolis team, led by Violet, a young champion bee with a competitive edge and a nasty sting? With her best friends by her side, the headstrong Maya will need to learn the meaning of teamwork if she is going to have a hope of winning the Honey Games and saving her hive.
Starring Elizabeth Debicki, Richard Roxburgh, Rachael Blake, Simon Baker, Samson Coulter, Ben Spence, Keegan Peace and Mike Dopud. Directed by Simon Baker.
Set in mid-70s coastal Australia, the story follows two teenage boys, hungry for discovery, that form an unlikely friendship with a mysterious older adventurer, who pushes them to take risks that will have a lasting and profound impact on their lives.
Starring Andrew Garfield, Vince Vaughn, Sam Worthington, Luke Bracey, Teresa Palmer, Rachel Griffiths, Richard Roxburgh, Hugo Weaving, Ryan Corr and Firass Dirani. Directed by Mel Gibson.
The extraordinary true story of conscientious objector Desmond Doss who, in Okinawa during the bloodiest battle of WWII, saved 75 men without firing a gun. Believing that the War was just but killing was nevertheless wrong, he was the only American soldier in WWII to fight on the front lines without a weapon.
Starring Richard Roxburgh, Rahda Mitchell, Odessa Young and Terry Norris. Directed by Sue Brooks.
When impetuous 14-year-old Grace takes off, her exasperated mother and father enlist the help of a close-to-retiring detective and begin the long drive from Perth out to the West Australian Wheatbelt to try to find her. Over the course of the journey, the two must confront the realities of their changing relationship to one another, and to their daughter.
Starring Nicole Kidman, Ewan McGregor, John Leguizamo, Jim Broadbent, Richard Roxburgh, Garry McDonald, Jacek Koman, Matthew Whittet, Kerry Walker and Caroline O'Connor. Directed by Baz Luhrmann.
Starring William Lodder, Frances O’connor, Richard Roxburgh, Dan Wyllie, Darius Amarfio-Jefferson, Cooper Van Grootel and Anastasia Bampos. Directed by Owen Trevor.