In two exclusive events for SBS Film buffs, the directors of our Australian Season films will be taking your questions on Twitter on Saturday nights. 
SBS Film

12 Jun 2013 - 2:08 PM  UPDATED 12 Jun 2013 - 2:08 PM

We're saving the best for last this month, with two exclusive events for SBS Film viewers set to occur on the next two Saturday nights, to mark the end of our Australian Film Season.

In a major coup for film buffs, we're offering you the opportunity to tweet live with Last Ride director Glendyn Ivin and Three Dollars director Robert Connolly about their films, which screen on SBS ONE on June 15 and 22 respectively. Each filmmaker will be online to take your questions via Twitter during his film, and our Saturday night presenter Sandy George.

(SBS ONE, 9.30pm, introduced by Sandy George)

Join the conversation with director @Glendyn_Ivin, using the hashtag #sbsfilm

About Last Ride: A father and son flee from the law across the Australian Outback, in Glendyn Ivin's debut feature. Kev (Hugo Weaving) and Chook (Tom Russell) survive on their instincts as the wayward dad tries to outsmart the authorities and maintain a relationship with his 10-year-old son.

Glendyn will be online during Last Ride's broadcast on June 15, offering insights about the film, which received enthusiastic reviews on both its Australian release in 2009, and its US release in 2012 (the late Roger Ebert called a "masterpiece").

(SBS ONE, 9.30pm, introduced by
Sandy George)

Join the conversation with director@RobConnollyAU, using the hashtag #sbsfilm

About Three Dollars: Robert Connolly's drama revolves around a hard-working husband and father (David Wehnam), whose world turns on its head when sudden unemployment leaves him with just $3 to his name. The AFI Award-winning screenplay, which Connolly adapted with novellist Elliot Perlman, explores the idea of 'security' and how much you really can plan ahead.

Robert will be online during the broadcast of Three Dollars on June 22, to offer insights into his film, and to take your questions and feedback.