Inclusive lists of Australasian feature films

My intention is to list every feature film made (or intended to be made) in Australasia with name of director/s and release date. Note that I am not able to ensure that every film listed here was actually completed or released.
A list by date is also provided.
Many telemovies are included, but not shorts nor docos.
New Zealand films include 'NZ'. There are also separate lists for NZ films by title and by date.

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Films V

Vacant Possession (Margot Nash, 1995) 95 min.; Pamela Rabe, John Stanton, Toni Scanlan, Linden Wilkinson, Rita Bruce, Olivia Patten as Millie, who provides the commentary on the actual relationship of white and black; John Stanton, the father, has PTSD or 'shell-shock', following WW2 air crash with loss of crew; 95 min.

Valentine's Day (Peter Duncan, 2008) telemovie comedy; Rhys Muldoon, Michael Tuahine, Anita Hegh, Freya Stafford, Roy Billing, Terry Norris; football

Vampyr (Jon Hewitt, tba) Lizzette Atkins, Unicorn Films; revenge saga: network news anchor abducted and raped

Van Diemen's Land (Jonathan auf der Heide, 2009) Arthur Angel; based on the true story of Alexander Pearce; cannibalism; cf. The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce

Variations, The (Jocelyn Moorhouse, tba) wr. Jocelyn Moorhouse, prod. Sue Maslin; biopic: Brahms and Clara Schumann; Screen Australian story development funding

Vector File, The (Eliot Christopher, 2002) telemovie; NZ/Germany copro; adventure drama

Venus Factory, The (not distributed, 1997) aka Starring Duncan Wiley, Money Shot (no director credit, 2003); prod. Jason Gooden, Julian Saggers; the first version of the film was directed by Glenn Fraser, the second by Denis Whitburn, and the third was put together by the producers

Venus of the South Seas (James R. Sullivan, 1924) aka Venus of the Southern Seas; Lee Bradford Corporation and NZ Dominion Productions, ass dp Bert Bridgeman; Annette Kellerman, Roland Purdu, Norman French, Robert Ramsey; five reels, 7000ft; NZ

Via Satellite (Anthony McCarten, 1998) NZ; comedy

Vicar's Wife, The (Caroline Allward, tba) wr. Caroline Allward, Scott Fivelson; Billy Boyd, Maya Stange, Michael Maloney, Adam Sinclair; crime

Vicious (Karl Zwicky, 1988) aka To Make a Killing; nasty crime story

Video Fool for Love (Robert Gibson, 1995) videographed ed. Robert Gibson; prod. Kennedy Miller; Robert Gibson; 87 min. (George Miller appears briefly at the beginning) [package:] 'since 1983 Robert Gibson has carried a camcorder with him at all times'

View from Greenhaven, The (Simon & Kenn MacCrae, 2008) Chris Haywood, Wendy Hughes, Steve Bisley, Geoff Morell, Russell Dykstra

Vigil (Vincent Ward, 1984) NZ, John Maynard Productions, prod. John Maynard, wr. Vincent Ward, Graeme Tetley, Fiona Lindsay, dp Alun Bollinger; Bill Kerr, Fiona Kay, Gordon Shields, Penelope Stewart, Frank Whitten; 91 min.

Vincent (Paul Cox, 1987) aka Vincent: The Life and Death of Vincent Van Gogh

Vintner's Luck, The (Niki Caro, 2009) romance drama; France/NZ

Violet Town (Mark Joffe, 2015) wr. Matt Cameron from Steven Carroll's novel, The Art of the Engine Driver, prod. John Molloy, Ian Collie, Mark Joffe; Guy Pearce, Rosamund Pike, Sebastian Koch; drama; New Year's Eve party where buried secrets are revealed; locations Melbourne, regional Victoria

Violet's Visit (Richard Turner, 1995)

Virtual Nightmare (Michael Pattinson, 2000) telemovie, wr. Dan Mazur, David Tausik; Michael Huhney, Tasma Walton, Todd MacDonald; scifi

Visitors (Richard Franklin, 2003) wr. Everett De Roche; Radha Mitchell, Susannah York, Ray Barrett

Voodoo Lagoon (Nicholas Cohen, 2006) wr. Nicholas Cohen, prod. Martin Brown, Nigel Thomas; Australia/UK co-production horror film

Garry Gillard | New: 15 December, 2016 | Now: 14 February, 2017