Andrew S. Gilbert

A tremendous debut feature film from Sarah Watt.
Look Both Ways is a solid debut feature, with strong performances and an unusual script. It might focus on themes around death, but it\'s certainly not all doom and gloom and Sarah Watt cleverly merges humour with the bleak. The combination of...
The visual style is exuberant, with skewed camera-work, very close close-ups and a saturated palette.
It?s Sydney1969. Barry, Bryan Brown, is happy with his little patch in Kings Cross ? he supplies and subsequently milks the pokies in clubs, he?s got the wife Sharon, Toni Collette at home with his son and a mistress Margaret, Kestie Morassi, on...
A handsome roadtrain driver with a secret - he has just become a top-selling romance novelist...
In an outback community, tomboyish Ruby (Claudia Karvan) runs the Boomerang Cafe and hotel, but prefers to spend her time flying her late dad's light aircraft. She's engaged to marry Hamish, (Andrew S. Gilbert), a rather stuffy vet, but her best...
A couple go to an island off of Papua New Guinea for field research.
Dr. Phillip Spence ( Martin Donovan) and his new wife, a former student Evelyn (Maya Stange) embark on a year-long study of sexual life in the Trobriand Islands. It`s the 1930`s. It`s not long before Evelyn`s eager to pursue her own...
It’s an inherently cinematic experience focused on comedy and adventure.
It was here at Botany Bay 237 years ago that James Cook came ashore to claim Australia for the British Empire.From Aborigines to Afghanis, our nation has been populated by successive waves of boat people.That’s what Lucky Miles is about – who...