WHAT are your top three Australian films of all time? The Adelaide Film Festival (ADL Film Fest) wants to know.
In a celebration of Australian cinema, it will screen the overall audience choices at the biannual festival, which will run from October 10-21.
The #YOUMUSTSEE campaign also supports the current #MakeitAustralian campaign, which throws the light on building a sustainable national screen industry.
The entry rules are simple: votes can only be for Australian feature films and documentaries; only Australian feature films dating back to 1906 are eligible; there is only one vote per person.
Need some help deciding? Here's what a few well-known movie lovers chose.
David Stratton (ADLFF Patron)
Natasha Wanganeen (Actor Cargo / "face" of ADLFF 2018)
Rabbit Proof Fence
Margaret Pomeranz (Foxtel Screen/ADLFF Patron)
Samson & Delilah
(Also in third place are Chopper and Lore)
Warwick Thornton (director Samson & Delilah, Sweet Country)
Ghosts of the Civil Dead
Wrong Side of the Road
Autoluminescent: Rowland S. Howard
Hugo Weaving (actor The Matrix, Lord of the Rings):
"Always a conundrum, making a list of top films I could change it tomorrow."
Wake in Fright
George Miller (director Mad Max, Happy Feet)
The Sentimenal Bloke
Bad Boy Bubby
Don Hany (actor Ali's Wedding)
ADL Film Fest champions Australian screen works (feature films and documentaries, shorts, VR, moving image and more) and was the first Australian film festival to invest in film production through the groundbreaking ADL Film Fest Fund, resulting in more than 100 projects to date.
To vote, go to adelaidefilmfestival.org