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These daybill posters from the 1950s and 60s represent the diverse talents and achievements of Australian creatives overseas, and their contribution to the international motion picture industry.

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An excerpt from a bi-fold press sheet for Wake in Fright (AKA Outback). It features an image of a film poster with alternative art to that used finally to advertise the film.

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Romantic tragedy Brokeback Mountain (Ang Lee, USA, 2005) starred Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal as Ennis Del Mar and Jack Twist.

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This poster for the Australian film The Delinquents features its two young stars, Kylie Minogue and Charlie Schlatter.

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The Polish one-sheet poster for Storm Boy (1976) represents the bonds of friendship between a boy and his pelican, depicting them as inseparable.

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This poster is a bold image of Max Rockatansky's iconic, souped-up black car.

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'The streets were transformed into an instrument of revenge, justice was only a distant memory, they prayed only not to meet him' is the literal translation at the top of this poster for the Italia

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Pobesneli Maks (literally 'enraged Max') headlines this poster for the release of Mad Max in the former Yugoslavia.

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'When the gangs take over the highway … Remember he’s on your side', reads the tagline on this Australian one-sheet poster for Mad Max (1979).

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Australian feature films during the First World War reflected the shifts in public perception.